ZERO TRUST SECURITY Reference Architecture

June 13, 2019

A Zero Trust security architecture minimizes the risk of malicious actors penetrating the perimeter, moving laterally, and exfiltrating data. Based on least privilege and default deny, Zero Trust lets you protect users and provide access through a single set of security and access controls, even as you scale finite resources to the needs of the business.

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Siemplify provides a holistic Security Operations Platform that empowers security analysts to work smarter and respond faster. Siemplify uniquely combines security orchestration and automation with patented contextual investigation and case management to deliver intuitive, consistent and measurable security operations processes. Leading enterprises and MSSPs leverage Siemplify as their SOC Workbench, tripling analyst productivity by automating repetitive tasks and bringing together disparate security technologies.

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Application Security: Paving the Way to Counter Emerging Cyberthreats

Infographic | June 23, 2023

Uncover essential strategies and techniques for application security and empower businesses to protect their digital assets and fortify digital defenses against emerging threats and vulnerabilities.

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Social Engineering Attack Facts

Infographic | April 4, 2022

Social engineering attacks exploit human error to access credentials or spread malware using infected email attachments or links to malicious websites.43% of IT experts report that they have been victims of social engineering.

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Navigating the cyber security marketplace

Infographic | January 1, 2020

Infographic showing the interactions of the certified cyber security products and services and how they could help you safeguard your systems PUBLISHED Trusted security products and services certified by the National Cyber Security Centre can help reduce vulnerability to cyber attack.

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What is phishing? How this cyber attack works and how to prevent it

Infographic | February 12, 2020

Phishing is a cyber attack that uses disguised email as a weapon. The goal is to trick the email recipient into believing that the message is something they want or need — a request from their bank, for instance, or a note from someone in their company — and to click a link or download an attachment. What really distinguishes phishing is the form the message takes: the attackers masquerade as a trusted entity of some kind, often a real or plausibly real person, or a company the victim might do business with. It's one of the oldest types of cyberattacks, dating back to the 1990s, and it's still one of the most widespread and pernicious, with phishing messages and techniques becoming increasingly sophisticated.

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Cyber Security Safety Infographic

Infographic | November 29, 2021

There is an absolute need for cyber security. The key difference, however, is that there are some organizations who have more than enough resources and the latest technology to protect themselves against attacks while others don't even know about the existence of a threat. That's where a statistical infographic comes in to serve as a guide. It educates people about the current cyber security landscape and what needs to be done in order to protect their assets.

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Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity

Infographic | April 4, 2022

Artificial intelligence endeavours to simulate human intelligence. It has immense potential in cybersecurity.

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Siemplify provides a holistic Security Operations Platform that empowers security analysts to work smarter and respond faster. Siemplify uniquely combines security orchestration and automation with patented contextual investigation and case management to deliver intuitive, consistent and measurable security operations processes. Leading enterprises and MSSPs leverage Siemplify as their SOC Workbench, tripling analyst productivity by automating repetitive tasks and bringing together disparate security technologies.

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