Enterprise Identity, Enterprise Security

Adobe Operational Security Overview

December 30, 2022

Adobe Operational Security Overview
With a cloud footprint that includes public and private clouds across different providers, the Adobe® multi-cloud strategy requires consistent and repeatable guardrails that are readily available to our product and service teams. To that end, our dedicated operational security team focuses on securing cloud resources at scale and helping ensure the safety and security of customer applications and data within our continually evolving cloud infrastructure operations.

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Efrat Networks

Efrat Networks has 14 years of experience in managing and maintaining IT systems for businesses in the greater New York area and in Israel. In a business environment that is increasingly dependent upon computer systems and communications, Efrat Networks acts as CIO for our clients and as a well-organized virtual IT department to help create a competitive edge to businesses ranging from the smallest organizations to 100+ employee offices in New York and Israel.

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Zero Trust: Your Digital Transformation Requires a Risk Transformation

whitePaper | September 28, 2022

Modernizing your technology landscape requires a parallel cybersecurity strategy because your users and data are no longer protected by the corporate firewall. While the cloud provides unsurpassed agility, it also exposes new threat vectors. Your digital transformation must be accompanied by an innovative and comprehensive approach to reduce risk and attack surfaces.

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Data Services Cloud Console Security Guide

whitePaper | March 2, 2023

Cloud-based management from Hewlett Packard Enterprise offers many advantages for both data infrastructure and the data itself. Data Services Cloud Console (DSCC) is the HPE cloud-based application for current and future data and storage management.

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The Veritas Ransomware Resiliency Strategy

whitePaper | January 19, 2023

The threat of ransomware attacks is a top concern for businesses of all types and sizes. Ransomware attacks have become commonplace with cybercriminals continuously evolving and creating new, more sophisticated ways to deliver attacks. With demands becoming excessive and the risk of data loss increasing, an advanced multi-layered resiliency strategy is needed to help ensure that your IT services are secure, resilient, and recoverable while providing the smooth user experience that your end users expect.

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HackerPowered Security Report 2022 By HackerOne

whitePaper | March 14, 2023

Security automation cannot replace the creativity of humans. In fact, 92% of ethical hackers say they can find vulnerabilities scanners can’t. For the past six years, we’ve been surveying hackers to learn more about how they see the evolving security testing industry. We combine these insights with the world’s largest dataset of vulnerabilities to identify trends that inform our customers how to build an impactful security strategy.

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Reveal Risk Whitepaper: Measuring And Managing Cyber Resilience

whitePaper | March 3, 2023

Cyber Resilience (according to NIST) is “the ability to anticipate, withstand, recover from, and adapt to adverse conditions, stresses, attacks, or compromises on systems that use or are enabled by cyber resources.” Resiliency in cybersecurity is not a new concept. It has long been postulated as a goal or used to convey that a business needs to be ready for the unpredictable that can and will arise in a volatile cyber-risk climate. However, we have seen that there is a disconnect between current practices for evaluating & leading cyber programs, and understanding, measuring, & building true cyber resiliency.

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22 Cybersecurity Tips for 2022

whitePaper | June 13, 2022

Many cyber-attacks involve ransomware, a form of malicious software or malware, designed to deny access to a computer system or data until a ransom is paid and a decryption key (commonly called a decryptor) is given to the victim. The encryption is virtually unbreakable without the decryption key, and you should not spend valuable time seeking a way around the encryption if you are attacked with it. Ransomware can spread in multiple ways, but most typically, through phishing emails or by unknowingly visiting an infected website. Ransomware can be catastrophic to healthcare and other organizations, preventing critical information and systems for patient care from being accessed, for example.

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Efrat Networks

Efrat Networks has 14 years of experience in managing and maintaining IT systems for businesses in the greater New York area and in Israel. In a business environment that is increasingly dependent upon computer systems and communications, Efrat Networks acts as CIO for our clients and as a well-organized virtual IT department to help create a competitive edge to businesses ranging from the smallest organizations to 100+ employee offices in New York and Israel.

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