Five network security threats and how to fight them

June 14, 2018

What’s the cost of poor network security? Digital networks are now the backbone of every retail and hospitality operation. Every second of every day in-store voice and data networks are used to deliver a staggering level of business-critical data – from purchase transactions, stock data and merchandising to promotions, health and safety alerts and of course customers’ personal details.

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S2 Security Corporation

S2 Security is the leading developer of complete enterprise physical security solutions, including access control, video surveillance, event monitoring, digital signage, live Internet sourced real-time data and information feeds, mobile applications and cloud-based services. S2 Security revolutionized access control with the introduction of web-based S2 NetBox in 2003, and continues to transform user experiences with breakthrough technology and open solutions.

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Password Safe Cloud 22.2 Security Whitepaper

whitePaper | August 5, 2022

The purpose of this document is to help technically-oriented professionals understand the security-related value BeyondTrust can bring to their organization. BeyondTrust can help your support organization stay secure and compliant, while improving the efficiency and success of your organization with a better end-user support experience.

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Symantec White Paper - The Cyber Resilience Blueprint: A New Perspective on Security

whitePaper | January 2, 2020

In this sophisticated threat environment, traditional security tactics are failing. Symantec encourages organizations to revisit their security posture to build a more cyber resilient enterprise. Resilience is not defined by a series of checklists, but through evaluations based on the current threat environment and the acceptable risk level for the organization.

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PROMOTING BETTER CYBERSECURITY

whitePaper | December 18, 2019

The Ohio Data Protection Act (“ODPA” or the Act), came into force on November 2, 2018.1 The Act seeks to improve cybersecurity among Ohio businesses. It does so by providing an affirmative defense against tort claims arising from a data breach to businesses that can demonstrate they have implemented a qualifying cybersecurity program that reasonably conforms to one of ten specified cybersecurity frameworks and met certain other safeguards specified in the Act.

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X-Force Threat Intelligence Index 2022

whitePaper | September 12, 2022

The world continues to grapple with a lasting pandemic, shifts to work-from-home and back-to-office, and geopolitical changes spawning a constant drone of mistrust. All of this equates to chaos, and it is in chaos that cybercriminals thrive.

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Understanding Ransomware and Strategies to Defeat it

whitePaper | March 5, 2020

Held Hostage in Hollywood: In February 2016 the Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, in Los Angeles, paid a ransom of about US$17,000 to hackers who infiltrated and disabled its computer network with ransomware. The hospital paid the ransom of 40 Bitcoins (currently worth about $16,664) after a “network infiltration” began on February 5, when employees reported being unable to access the hospital’s network and electronic medical records system. “The malware locked access to certain computer systems and prevented us from sharing communications electronically,” said hospital CEO Allen Stefanek.

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identity and zero trust - H-ISAC

whitePaper | August 25, 2022

These days, you can’t have a conversation about cybersecurity without talking about zero trust. The security concept requires that all individuals and devices on a network be continuously authenticated, authorized, and monitored. Gone are the days of letting someone in the front door, giving them a role with access privileges and then having them go about their merry way.

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S2 Security Corporation

S2 Security is the leading developer of complete enterprise physical security solutions, including access control, video surveillance, event monitoring, digital signage, live Internet sourced real-time data and information feeds, mobile applications and cloud-based services. S2 Security revolutionized access control with the introduction of web-based S2 NetBox in 2003, and continues to transform user experiences with breakthrough technology and open solutions.

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