A BUYER’S GUIDE FOR LOCALIZATION SERVICES:

August 21, 2019

Your localization partner is going to do a deep-dive into your business—so start by diving deep into theirs. Are they an industry-leader with 20 years of experience or a relative newcomer? Will they speak Samoan, Uzbek, or Swahili (and all your customers’ languages)? Can they deliver on-time and on-budget—every time? Ask how many languages they support. Find out whether their translator team comprises just linguists, or linguists and subject matter experts. Explore the backgrounds of their senior management team. Be nosey. Ask questions. Cyberstalk.

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Magnet Forensics

Magnet Forensics is a global leader in the development of digital forensics software that acquires, analyzes and shares evidence from computers, smartphones and tablets. Magnet Forensics has been helping examiners and investigators fight crime, protect assets and guard national security since 2009. Magnet Forensics has become a trusted partner for thousands of the world’s top law enforcement, government, military and corporate organizations in over 92 countries. Court-admissible evidence recovered by Magnet Forensics tools has been used to support a wide-variety of investigations including cybercrimes, child exploitation, terrorism, human resource disputes, fraud, and intellectual property theft.

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Multiverse Security: Easy, Built-in, Comprehensive and Continuous

whitePaper | December 12, 2022

In the evolution of Internet-based technologies, Web 2.0 introduced popular decentralized services that accelerated interactivity between websites and users. Looking to capitalize on this innovation, businesses rushed to launch applications to the market. However, both the Web 2.0 architecture and dependent businesses failed to incorporate key security principles into the design and implementation of these services, resulting in critical vulnerabilities.

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How to Reduce the Risk of Phishing and Ransomware

whitePaper | March 21, 2021

Cybersecurity challenges abound for organizations across the world. The tsunami of phishing attacks that threaten account compromise, data breaches and malware infection remains a critical threat to neutralize. Ransomware is a second critical threat, with a well-played ransomware attack capable of bringing an organization to a complete halt, and in some cases putting it out of business permanently (e.g., Travelex1 and Vastaamo2.

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Avoiding the Security Pitfalls of Digital Transformation

whitePaper | April 1, 2020

Avoiding the Security Pitfalls of Digital Transformation is a webinar that will explore how organizations can cut through the noise and make a success of cloud transformation, leveraging the benefits of cloud technologies including efficiency, agility and scalability while avoiding the pitfalls.

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Check The Locks

whitePaper | October 4, 2022

Organizations have invested millions towards improved information security since the start of the pandemic, which galvanized a worldwide explosion of cybercrime. C-suites are increasingly recognizing cybersecurity as a business risk, viewing its necessity as more than just an IT problem.

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A Lifeline: Patient Safety and Cybersecurity

whitePaper | December 3, 2019

Healthcare information is unique and personal to us all.Indeed,the patient is at the center of healthcare, as it would not exist if the patient did not exist. Bits and bytes in today’s digital world have real significance when it come to patient care lives are on the line.

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Cybersecurity Considerations for Distributed Energy Resources on the U.S. Electric Grid

whitePaper | October 26, 2022

To address the impacts of climate change, the U.S. electric grid will be undergoing significant changes by integrating clean energy resources such as solar and wind. These efforts will be accelerated with the recent passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act1 and the Inflation Reduction Act.

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Spotlight

Magnet Forensics

Magnet Forensics is a global leader in the development of digital forensics software that acquires, analyzes and shares evidence from computers, smartphones and tablets. Magnet Forensics has been helping examiners and investigators fight crime, protect assets and guard national security since 2009. Magnet Forensics has become a trusted partner for thousands of the world’s top law enforcement, government, military and corporate organizations in over 92 countries. Court-admissible evidence recovered by Magnet Forensics tools has been used to support a wide-variety of investigations including cybercrimes, child exploitation, terrorism, human resource disputes, fraud, and intellectual property theft.

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