Backstory: Global Security Analytics Investigate and hunt at the speed of search

March 4, 2019

Most organizations have already invested heavily in cybersecurity solutions. From firewalls to proxies to endpoint protection to DLP, the average firm has more than 40 types of security technologies in place, each generating telemetry that grows every year. With employees, contractors, partners, and customers all accessing online business processes that were once hidden in a back office, corporate network traffic has also jumped significantly. There is more noise than ever before, hiding more attacks than ever before -- with greater impacts than ever.

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PC Pitstop

PC Pitstop was founded in November 1999 by Rob Cheng and Dave Methvin with the sole purpose of creating a better way to diagnose common computer problems. Prior to creating PC Pitstop, Rob Cheng was a Senior Vice President at Gateway Computers responsible for Gateway's Consumer business worldwide including profit and loss responsibility.

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Cyber Security: Defending your digital business

whitePaper | November 13, 2019

Your business relies on its technology – but lurking around the corner are intruders who can disrupt or devalue your operations. This report shines a light on the sources of the problem, and how you can establish the control you need to get the best from IT. In every corner of the globe, businesses are building new capabilities thatrely on technology. Small businesses are automating previously‐manual processes and digitizing key tasks and information sources. At the same time, large enterprises are dedicating vast resources to analytics and to digital transformation – capitalizing on the reach and opportunities enabled by digitalized processes.

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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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Security Operations Maturity Model

whitePaper | February 20, 2020

As the threat landscape continues to evolve, your cybersecurity efforts must follow suit. With your security operations center (SOC) at the core of your offense against threats, you must ensure that it can handle anything that comes its way. To be effective, you need to mature your SOC to stop threats early — before damage occurs. Whether your SOC is a virtual team of two to three or a 24x7 operation, maturing your security operations capabilities will help you achieve a faster mean time to detect (MTTD) and mean time to respond (MTTR) to cyberthreats. This white paper explores LogRhythm’s Security Operations Maturity Model (SOMM), which explains how to measure the effectiveness of your security operations. Through the model, you can learn how to mature your security operations capabilities, improving your resilience to cyberthreats.

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Cybersecurity Whitepaper 2018

whitePaper | December 12, 2019

Most of the Small to medium-sized companies are unaware about the ways in which they’re vulnerable. More than 45% mistakenly believe they’re not a viable victim. They are just too small a target in comparison to larger organizations and tend to have a blind eye towards the cyber threats they face, which is in sharp contrast to what attackers think.

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Cloud Privilege Broker 22.1 Security Whitepaper

whitePaper | September 15, 2022

There is complete end-to-end encryption from BeyondInsight with Cloud Privilege Broker through to the Cloud Platform Infrastructure. Cloud Privilege Broker services communicate with each other through distributed queues over TLS encryption.

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Cyber Security State of Tech in 2022

whitePaper | August 4, 2022

The Coronavirus pandemic accelerated technology adoption in ways thought unimaginable just a few short years ago. But in the background and often without much fanfare, cybercrime grew far worse. Threat actors continued their work – often backed by millions of dollars from hostile foreign governments – to penetrate networks and wreak havoc on digital infrastructures

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PC Pitstop

PC Pitstop was founded in November 1999 by Rob Cheng and Dave Methvin with the sole purpose of creating a better way to diagnose common computer problems. Prior to creating PC Pitstop, Rob Cheng was a Senior Vice President at Gateway Computers responsible for Gateway's Consumer business worldwide including profit and loss responsibility.

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