The Current State of Cybersecurity is a 24x7x365 Game

Alert Logic

The lack of awareness around cyber threats and the risk that these pose to an organisation is a worrying state of affairs. Data breaches, hacks and various cyber-attacks dominate the headlines on a regular basis. Unfortunately protecting an organisation against a cyber threat becomes impossible if you don’t know that the threat exists. So how do you protect your organisations against known and unknown threats? Security is constantly changing. To stay ahead of threats, you need to leverage software plus services to augment your security team and capabilities.
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"Organizations must maintain the availability of IT assets and data in the event of planned or unplanned downtime. Business continuity solutions designed
to prevent downtime provide high availability to maintain operations in the event of a local system or component failure (e.g., servers or clusters) and disaster recovery to failover to a secondary site should the entire primary site
go down. Until recently, however, the cost, complexity and operational intensity of business continuity solutions meant that organizations were forced to
strictly prioritize which IT assets they could protect—if any. 

A joint solution from Microsoft, HP and Citrix reduces the cost, complexity and operational intensity of delivering and maintaining a business continuity
solution. This joint solution makes it fast and easy to set up highly available systems that maintain ongoing operations. As a result, organizations can now safeguard most, if not all, of their IT assets and data.

This white-paper describes how the joint Microsoft, HP and Citrix solution delivers these business results in the event of unplanned downtime associated with a
component, system or even an entire site failure."

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

THE CYBERSECURITY CHALLENGE IN CEE - KEY REPORT FINDINGS

CMS

We will be hosting a live webinar on Monday 10 December 2018 at 4pm CET to discuss some of the key findings in the report. Moderated by John Malpas, Publishing Director at Legal Week, the panel will be joined by Andrea Simandy, European Data Protection Attorney at Microsoft, Dora Petranyi, CEE Managing Director at CMS and Dominic Carman, Writer and Consultant, who worked with the Legal Week Intelligence team on the research and writing for the report.
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Six Inconvenient Truths About Data-Centric Security (And What to Do About Them)

Omnibus healthcare information security

Despite everything you've spent on data-centric security, there still is a security gap that is burgeoning at an alarming rate when it comes to protecting sensitive data. The growing complexity of users outside your organization, methods of sharing information, and the number of devices data reside on are continually changing and expanding. Rethink your data-centric security in 2019 with insights from IDC's Research Analyst, Rob Westervelt. This educational webcast will highlight how to: Leverage and extend the value of the Data-Centric Security solutions that you have in place. Identify and eliminate blind spots with current solutions such as DLP, Data Classification, and Rights Management to optimize your security.
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Why Use a Cloud Managed Service Provider?

FuseForward

If you’re about to embark on your cloud journey, the first decision you will need to make is whether to undertake the project in-house or outsource it to a Managed Service Provider (MSP). To help you make this important decision, we’ve recorded a free on-demand webinar. In twenty minutes, our CEO Mark Damm and Solutions Engineer Ray Jung, will walk you through the ways an MSP can help address your key cloud concerns.
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Is GDPR Working? Lessons from Data & the Field

BitSight

Find out what data tells us about the effectiveness of GDPR. After years of debate over whether to impose new cybersecurity regulations on companies, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect in Europe in May 2018. Already we’re seeing data breach victims ordered to pay fines under the new rules, and cookie disclosure notices are popping up on more websites than ever.
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Spotlight

"Organizations must maintain the availability of IT assets and data in the event of planned or unplanned downtime. Business continuity solutions designed
to prevent downtime provide high availability to maintain operations in the event of a local system or component failure (e.g., servers or clusters) and disaster recovery to failover to a secondary site should the entire primary site
go down. Until recently, however, the cost, complexity and operational intensity of business continuity solutions meant that organizations were forced to
strictly prioritize which IT assets they could protect—if any. 

A joint solution from Microsoft, HP and Citrix reduces the cost, complexity and operational intensity of delivering and maintaining a business continuity
solution. This joint solution makes it fast and easy to set up highly available systems that maintain ongoing operations. As a result, organizations can now safeguard most, if not all, of their IT assets and data.

This white-paper describes how the joint Microsoft, HP and Citrix solution delivers these business results in the event of unplanned downtime associated with a
component, system or even an entire site failure."

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