Another Bucket Bites the Dust... Simplifying AWS Cybersecurity

With the rapid rise of web application attacks, which is the number one source of data breaches, securing cloud-based web applications is a challenge. In order to fully protect your web applications in the cloud, it is important to know the risks, select the right security tool, and understand your role in the shared responsibility for security. Securing your AWS workload can mean many different things, ranging from locking down your environment via the AWS best practices list, to completely outsourcing the security management and responsibility to another company.  While every company’s security journey is different, everyone can agree that the need to monitor and improve security posture is becoming increasingly important.
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Industry 4.0 is transforming the manufacturing and industrial landscape by integrating advanced technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and cloud computing. While these innovations provide immense benefits, they also ramp up the risk of cyberattacks due to increased connectivity and a lar

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Modernizing Cybersecurity with the Cloud

Every company is concerned about data breaches, and for good reason—according to industry estimates, approximately half of the companies in the U.S. have suffered a data breach. As organizations seek to better secure their environments, they are facing a number of challenges including growing data volumes and expanded attack surfaces, as well as data silos and the inability to enable data-driven decisions about security issues in real time. It is not surprising that security and privacy rank in the top three data-related priorities in TDWI surveys.
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[RSA Fireside Chat] Stop Ransomware Attacks with “Assume Compromise” Mentality

Cybercriminals are always on the lookout for opportunities to profit from security weaknesses. Meanwhile, the COVID pandemic lead accelerated cloud transformation has rendered many of the assumptions of legacy security approaches obsolete. Enterprises are realizing that modern cyber-attacks won’t be stopped by a purely preventive strategy. In fact, it’s almost a given that with sufficient time, motivation, and resources an attacker will always find a point of entry.
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A DNS Security Architecture as SecOps Force Multiplier

The Domain Name System (DNS) is essentially the central nervous system of the internet—everyone needs it to work because without DNS services, digital business would come to a halt. Cybercriminals know this, too, and use DNS services to launch their attacks while they simultaneously attack the DNS services of their targets.
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Live Broadcast: Be Empowered to Threat Hunt in 2019

Carbon Black

New research from Carbon Black shows that cyberattacks are becoming more frequent and more sophisticated, as nation state actors and crime syndicates continue to leverage fileless attacks, lateral movement, island hopping and counter incident response in an effort to remain undetected. This issue is compounded by resources and budgeting. Not only is there a major talent deficit in cybersecurity, there is also a major spending delta. What’s more, according to Carbon Black’s research, businesses are largely unaware about the scale, scope, and sophistication of modern attacks.
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