The Digital Front Office Enabling Customer Self Service with Enterprise Content Management

NONE | April 26, 2016

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Ask your average customer how much snail mail he wants to receive from the companies with whom he does business, and the answer will likely be "zero." This is especially true for people under 30, although the evidence suggests that even older clients are moving away from their preference for paper-based documents and into the digital age.

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Armis eliminates the IoT security blind spot, letting enterprises instantly see and control unmanaged or rogue devices and networks. Armis discovers all devices in your environment, analyzes their behavior to identify risks or attacks, and protects your critical business information automatically. From laptops, smartphones, smart TVs, video cameras, and printers, to HVAC systems, industrial and medical devices, digital assistants (Amazon Echo), barcode scanners, rogue access points, VoIP phones, and more – you are protected.

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CYBERSECURITY AND CORONAVIRUS: KEEPING YOUR BUSINESS SAFE

Article | March 19, 2020

Measures to mitigate the outbreak of COVID-19 have led to an unprecedented increase in remote working across the board. Our guest author Philip Blake, European Regional Director at EC-Council and cybersecurity expert, outlines key challenges and tips for staying secure while away from the office. As governments and businesses work on mitigating the impact of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, social distancing measures are leading to an increase in remote working across all sectors. The reasoning behind the measures is best left to health authorities, and are discussed at length elsewhere. The purpose of this article is to shed light on some of the key cybersecurity challenges around the sudden spike in remote work arrangements, and propose potential measures to keep networks as secure as possible during these times.

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Single Layers Of Security Aren’t Enough To Protect Your Organization’s Data

Article | May 3, 2020

Next to your employees, your organization’s data is its most important resource. A data breach can devastate an organization’s finances and reputation for years. According to the 2019 Cost of a Data Breach Report, conducted by Ponemon Institute, the average total cost of a data breach in the U.S. is close to $4 million, and the average cost per lost data record is $150. Hackers are more sophisticated than ever and the value of data seems to rise every day. In fact, McAfee believes that 92% of organizations unknowingly have credentials for sale on the Dark Web or “dark net.”

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How the IIoT can subdue cyber security challenges met by software adoption

Article | February 25, 2020

Matt Newton, senior portfolio marketing manager at AVEVA, discusses how IIoT can best cyber security challenges met through software adoption. According to Gartner’s 2019 Industrial IoT Platforms Magic Quadrant report, by 2023 30% of industrial enterprises will have full, on-premises deployments of IIoT platforms. IIoT platforms and software adoption is rapidly increasing – up 15% in 2019 – and this will undoubtedly continue to grow as we progress through the new decade. From enhancing operational performance to improved business processes, adopting new technology and software capabilities is vital for business success in today’s industrial sector. However, when it comes to adopting software and technology, integrating new systems with existing legacy systems in the industry can be a challenge.

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New Cyber Threat Index Shows Industries Are Under Attack in Uncertain Times

Article | April 16, 2020

It has been more than a month since businesses around the world started to implement contingencies in response to the Coronavirus. The Cyber Threat Index Report by Imperva Research Labs tracks changes in traffic and attack trends across multiple industries and countries. This month’s edition looks at how COVID-19 is affecting all industries across the globe. Our researchers have found that while some sectors are experiencing a dip in the number of attacks, on the whole they remain consistent. As the chart below shows, certain sectors have experienced a significant increase in attacks over the past few months: attacks on gaming are up seven percent, food & beverages are up six percent, and financial services are up 3 percent.

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Armis Security

Armis eliminates the IoT security blind spot, letting enterprises instantly see and control unmanaged or rogue devices and networks. Armis discovers all devices in your environment, analyzes their behavior to identify risks or attacks, and protects your critical business information automatically. From laptops, smartphones, smart TVs, video cameras, and printers, to HVAC systems, industrial and medical devices, digital assistants (Amazon Echo), barcode scanners, rogue access points, VoIP phones, and more – you are protected.

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