Developing a Driven Security Strategy

An Intelligence Driven Security strategy helps organizations mitigate the risk of operating in a digital world. Organizations can employ this strategy to deliver the visibility, analysis, and action they need to detect, investigate, and respond to advanced threats, confirm and manage identities, and prevent online fraud and cybercrime
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Traditional provisioning systems are failing to support business needs. Mobile and cloud computing are creating additional problems for organizations that were struggling with outdated identity and access governance solutions. Organizations need to deploy a new generation of provisioning services - Provisioning 2.0. This method provides those services and supports business ownership. The goal is to weave provisioning into the business fabric with a business drive approach that is easy to deploy and maintain - and is built for today's agile IT.


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Introducing Vulnerability Intelligence Manager 2016!

"Flexera Software just released Vulnerability Intelligence Manager 2016 - the first of the former Secunia products to be released under the Flexera Software brand. Join us for an introduction and demo of Vulnerability Intelligence Manager 2016 and learn how the intelligence from Secunia Research and the functionality of the product can help your organization effectively reduce the attack surface for cybercriminals and hackers!"

Ask the experts: What’s the worst web application security issue?

Synopsys

We know. It’s an impossible question to answer. There’s no such thing as a “worst web application security issue,” because every app and every organization has its own unique set of issues. But if you’re a development organization with limited resources, how do you know where to start? Which issues appear over and over in data breaches, exploits, and top N lists such as the OWASP Top 10? We asked some experts—and Twitter—to give us their opinions.

Managing Security in IoT: Vulnerabilities in the Cyber Supply Chain

"Modern software development practices dominated by component-based engineering and short development cycles have largely been a catalyst for rapid advancements in technology. These practices, however, have also resulted in an epidemic of known vulnerabilities baked into third-party software components of IoT applications and devices. These widespread security flaws, many of which are critical in nature, often remain unnoticed or unaddressed throughout the software or device lifecycle, posing significant risks to the people and organizations that rely on them. As software continues to permeate the ever-expanding Internet of Things, software vulnerabilities represent a greater and greater threat. IoT devices, like traditional computers, run on software that is susceptible to malicious attacks. As more devices become connected, understanding how to identify and manage security vulnerabilities within widely used third-party software components is critical for all stakeholders, including manufacturers and end-users"

Modern Malware and the need for Remediation Innovation

Malware today is very different from just a few years ago. Traditional AV technology is no longer able to consistently and fully remediate or defend against today’s most advanced threats. New and emerging threats such as ransomware, social engineering driven attacks and micro variant financial threats are just some examples of difficult to remediate infections. This presentation will take a look at the malware landscape and explain why these tactics are so effective against traditional AV technology. We will examine three specific families of infections and highlight their tactics to evade detection and what issues occur with remediation. Lastly, we will talk about Webroot’s innovation and how our SecureAnywhere AV solution is capable of defending against, and remediating today’s most advanced threats.

Spotlight

Traditional provisioning systems are failing to support business needs. Mobile and cloud computing are creating additional problems for organizations that were struggling with outdated identity and access governance solutions. Organizations need to deploy a new generation of provisioning services - Provisioning 2.0. This method provides those services and supports business ownership. The goal is to weave provisioning into the business fabric with a business drive approach that is easy to deploy and maintain - and is built for today's agile IT.

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