The Critical Factors to Look for in a Cybersecurity Vendor

The Critical Factors to Look for in a Cybersecurity Vendor
Are you assessing which cybersecurity vendor to use for your business, or even consolidating to just one? There are some key characteristics and business strategies you’ll want to consider. We’ve turned to global business leaders to share their experience vetting cybersecurity vendors and even trends in the security industry that influenced their choice.
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The digital transformation enables business to uncover tremendous new business potentials and to be proof for the future - but it also means that networks which have not been designed for it are connected with each other. For many security teams this means that they need to build a security program for an environment which is un

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This is Security: Nothing is what it SIEMs

Alert Logic

Companies of every size and across every industry need to have the solution to defend against cyber attacks. For medium-sized and budget-constrained companies especially – the array of security technologies and solution and the volume of cyber threats can make the challenge seem overwhelming. Organizations suffer trying to manage raw data, security events and false positive incidents with limited context, overworked staff, and a lack of threat landscape knowledge. There is a better way to improve your security without the time, effort, and cost of purchasing and integrating multiple tools, a traditional SIEM or expensive traditional security outsourcing vendors.
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MCAFEE + CISCO THREAT RESPONSE COLLABORATION & INTEGRATION

Dyntek

Today, organizations are faced with increasingly complex systems driven by McAfee + Cisco-Threat Response Webinar Blogdissolving enterprise boundaries, ubiquitous user data in the cloud and an increasing volume and sophistication of cyber attacks across multiple vectors. Siloed cyber security solutions only add complexity and restrict your ability to protect and respond to advanced attacks, while increasing costs and management overhead.
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Getting started in digital forensics

InfoSec Institute

Digital forensics is the backbone of investigating cybercrime. It includes identifying, preserving, extracting, analyzing and reporting evidence across computers, mobile devices and networks. Join Keatron Evans, Infosec instructor and Managing Partner at KM Cyber Security, for this on-demand webinar as we discuss: The difference between computer, mobile and network forensics. How a forensics certification can progress your career.
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Focus on Open Source Compliance and Security During Legal TransactionsEnable Ginger

Data points to the fact that companies have difficulty managing third-party open source within their software code bases, leading to compliance, IP, and security risk. These risks are often amplified in legal transactions and can impact “go”/”no go” decisions if not addressed throughout the legal process. Join Leon Schwartz, Ass
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The digital transformation enables business to uncover tremendous new business potentials and to be proof for the future - but it also means that networks which have not been designed for it are connected with each other. For many security teams this means that they need to build a security program for an environment which is un

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