Forcepoint Advanced Malware Detection Appliances

June 24, 2019

Protection from advanced threats and data theft requires real-time inline security, with integrated defenses to analyze inbound and outbound files for malicious activity and data theft. Why should you choose Forcepoint Advanced Malware Detection appliances? Forcepoint Advanced Malware Detection appliances are based on a pre-configured, security-hardened platform designed to support flexible deployment of our best-in-class Advanced Malware Detection on-premises security solution. Using virtualization technology, they deliver multiple high-performance security services on a single platform. Advanced Malware Detection appliances are pre-installed and pre-tuned for Forcepoint products.

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T-Systems International Gmbh

With a footprint in more than 20 countries and some 38,000 employees (2017), T-Systems is one of the world’s leading providers of information and communications technology (ICT). T-Systems offers a range of integrated solutions for business customers, including the secure operation of legacy systems and classic ICT services, the transformation to cloud-based services (including tailored infrastructure, platforms and software) as well as new business models and innovation projects for the business fields of the future, such as data analytics, the Internet of Things, machine-to-machine (M2M) communication and Industrial Internet.

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Cyber Threat Predictions for 2023

whitePaper | November 3, 2022

While “less is more” is the critical strategy behind consolidating networks and security, “more is more” seems to be the mantra cybercriminals continue to live by. The most troubling trend we’ve observed across the cyber landscape is one we see continuing into the future—that threats of all kinds are becoming increasingly ubiquitous. From Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) to new attacks on nontraditional targets like edge devices to the emerging use of wipers, the volume and variety of cyberthreats will keep security teams on their toes in 2023 and beyond.

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Dell PowerScale OneFS: Security Considerations

whitePaper | December 28, 2022

In the age of Digital Transformation, organizations must adapt to modern data requirements and implement new features for the transformation life cycle. Throughout this process, protecting data is vital as it is an organization’s most valuable asset. This document describes how to maintain an aggressive security posture for a PowerScale OneFS cluster and meet industry security requirements.

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Cybersecurity for Industry

whitePaper | November 24, 2022

This white paper provides an overview of “Cybersecurity for Industry.” It describes the threats and hazards to which industrial automation systems and production plants are exposed and introduces concepts for minimizing these risks and instituting a level of protection that’s acceptable on economic as well as security grounds.

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How Healthcare Can Boost Cyber Security and Close Its Defense Gaps

whitePaper | May 22, 2022

Hackers have made healthcare a top target. As a result, the healthcare industry experienced the highest number of ransomware attacks during Q3 2022, with one in 42 healthcare organizations suffering an attack – in spite of an 8 percent drop in ransomware attacks in Q3.

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Log More to Improve Visibility and Enhance Security

whitePaper | September 29, 2022

As the amount of system log data grows exponentially, security teams and threat hunters routinely must limit how much they can collect and how long they can store it because of the performance limitations and costs associated with traditional log management tools.

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Adobe Acrobat with Document Cloud Services Security Overview

whitePaper | October 26, 2022

At Adobe®, we know the security of your digital experiences is important. Security practices are deeply ingrained into our internal software development and operations processes and tools and are rigorously followed by our cross-functional teams to prevent, detect, and respond to incidents in an expedient manner.

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T-Systems International Gmbh

With a footprint in more than 20 countries and some 38,000 employees (2017), T-Systems is one of the world’s leading providers of information and communications technology (ICT). T-Systems offers a range of integrated solutions for business customers, including the secure operation of legacy systems and classic ICT services, the transformation to cloud-based services (including tailored infrastructure, platforms and software) as well as new business models and innovation projects for the business fields of the future, such as data analytics, the Internet of Things, machine-to-machine (M2M) communication and Industrial Internet.

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