Breach Detection: Why SPOTTING a Breach is More Important than STOPPING it

activereach

In the current threat landscape, most businesses now recognise that it is only a matter of time before they are breached.  This shift in philosophy from the idea of preventing every intrusion to realising that intrusions will happen is an important milestone. Sadly, hackers can hide in your network for days, weeks or months without your knowledge. UK businesses, especially SMBs, need to get smarter in their approach to detecting intrusions and limiting their impact.
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Spotlight

Artificial intelligence (AI) has already been deployed in a multitude of applications to increase productivity, improve sales or enhance experiences. However, one crucial, though often overlooked AI application, is the focus of this report – enhancing protection against cyberattacks. When used in conjunction with traditional methods, AI is a powerful tool for protecting against cybersecurity attacks. In the Internet Age, with hackers’ ability to commit theft or cause harm remotely, shielding assets and operations from those who intend harm has become more difficult than ever. The numbers are staggering – Cisco alone reported that, in 2018, they blocked seven trillion threats on behalf of their customers.

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Cybersecurity in a Cloud-Based World

RedVector

Cyberattacks are the fastest growing crime in the U.S., and they are increasing in size, sophistication and cost. During this webcast, subject matter expert Duane Anderson will: Discuss the major vulnerabilities within cloud-based systems. Explain why it’s critical to keep these systems secure. Provide simple actions (ex. browser settings) that can be taken to protect against hacks.
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No Host Found: Remote Connection Security in a Post-VPN World

Internet connectivity has become a must-have feature for digital business operations. Devices on the edge provide significant value, but the constant connectivity comes with a price in terms of security risk. Hackers may target industrial controls, healthcare devices, sensors, or vehicles through their open ports and global IP a
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How to prepare against attacks from the dark web

Join this webinar to find out more about how to prepare your business against the perils that lurk within the dark web. We respect your privacy, by clicking ‘Watch On Demand’ you agree to receive our e-newsletter, including information on Podcasts, Webinars, event discounts and online learning opportunities. For further information on how we process and monitor your personal data click here. You can unsubscribe at anytime.
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IDaaS: Your Identity Fabric. Connecting Every User to Every Service, Seamlessly

IBM

Workforce mobility, rapidly changing business models and business partnerships contribute to a trend where businesses must be able to seamlessly enable access for everyone, to every digital service. These services might be public cloud, they might be web applications with or without support for federation standards, they might be solely backend services accessed via APIs, or even legacy applications exposed only via some sort of middleware. However, agility in the digital journey mandates that IT can provide seamless access to all these services while keeping in control and enforcing security. Identity as a Service offering, whether deployed from a public or hybrid cloud, can take a central role, by acting as the common fabric connecting all the users and all the services. Such services include support for adaptive authentication, auditing features, broad federation services, authorization capabilities, and various capabilities.
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Spotlight

Artificial intelligence (AI) has already been deployed in a multitude of applications to increase productivity, improve sales or enhance experiences. However, one crucial, though often overlooked AI application, is the focus of this report – enhancing protection against cyberattacks. When used in conjunction with traditional methods, AI is a powerful tool for protecting against cybersecurity attacks. In the Internet Age, with hackers’ ability to commit theft or cause harm remotely, shielding assets and operations from those who intend harm has become more difficult than ever. The numbers are staggering – Cisco alone reported that, in 2018, they blocked seven trillion threats on behalf of their customers.

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