The Five Pillars of Data Governance 2.0 Success

What’s the state of data governance readiness within your organization? Do you have an executive sponsor? Is a standard definition understood across the enterprise? How does your IT team view it? How does your organization approach analytics, business intelligence and decision-making? Have you implemented any technology to provide the necessary capabilities? These are just a few of the questions you should be asking to determine whether your organization is a data governance leader, laggard or novice. With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) about to take effect, there’s no time to waste in determining whether your’re really ready. erwin and DATAVERSITY want to help you shore up your data governance initiative so you can use your data to produce the desired results, including but not limited to meeting information security and compliance requirements.
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That Was Close! Tales of Near-Miss Mobile Attacks


100% of Zimperium customers have detected mobile threats, and many of those customers previously believed they weren’t at risk. If you think your mobile devices are not being attacked, we are sorry to tell you that you are wrong. But don’t take our word for it, join us for tales of near-miss mobile attacks from real customers. They are near-misses only because Zimperium detected the attacks, but they could have been disastrous otherwise.
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What Makes a Security Rating? Deep Dive Into Threat Data Feeds


Learn how threat data fits into security ratings. Cyber attacks and data breaches are a regular challenge for organizations and their cybersecurity practitioners today. The consequences for a company that falls victim to a hacking attack or other form of data breach can be significant, incurring both financial as well as reputational damage as a result. Measuring and determining the security posture of an organisation is essential to understand the liability and exposure to risk your business faces at any given moment, to reassure staff, shareholders, customers, insurers and suppliers.
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Definitive Guide to Endpoint Security

When it comes to cyber security, one thing is clear: the most potent threat vectors into any organization are its endpoints. Your endpoints represent fertile ground for attacks because their users, applications, and services often have elevated privileges that give cyber criminals an easy on-ramp to the inner workings and data within your organization.
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Attack Surface Detector


Penetration testers can only assess the attack surface they can see. Attack Surface Detector is a set of open source tools that can identify web application attack surface through static code analysis, making the data easy to leverage in dynamic testing. Penetration testers can also highlight differences in attack surface between two different versions of an application.
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