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Help Net Security | March 18, 2020
The traditional network security model, in which traffic is routed through the data center for inspection and policy enforcement, is for all intents and purposes obsolete. A 2019 study by research firm Gartner found that “more users, devices, applications, services and data are located outside of an enterprise than inside. Driven by the adoption of multi-cloud infrastructure and applications, mobility and distributed workforces, the focal point for security has shifted to users and devices...
SentinelOne | January 12, 2022
SentinelOne an independent cybersecurity platform firm has recently announced the launch of SentinelOne App for ServiceNow Security Incident Response (SIR).The integration brings together security and IT personnel for more effective incident response.
Joint clients can utilize the ServiceNow platform to triage threats because SentinelOne is connected directly. The connection enables security, and IT teams to quickly implement a coordinated, comprehensive, and automated incid...
Security Magazine | February 03, 2020
Despite higher levels of investment in advanced cybersecurity technologies over the past three years, less than one-fifth of organizations are effectively stopping cyberattacks and finding and fixing breaches fast enough to lower the impact, according to a new report from Accenture. Based on a survey of more than 4,600 enterprise security practitioners around the globe, Accenture’s Third Annual State of Cyber Resilience study explores the extent to which organizations prioritize security, ...
securitymagazine | February 11, 2020
When California Governor Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 327 on September 28, California became the first state to enact legislation expressly governing cybersecurity measures that must be employed by manufacturers of Internet-connected “smart” devices, collectively known as the Internet of Things (IoT). The law, to be codified at California Civil Code Sections 1798.91.04–06, became effective on January 1, 2020. The new law applies to any “manufacturer of a connected devic...
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