Data Security, Platform Security, Software Security

identity and zero trust - H-ISAC

August 25, 2022

identity and zero trust - H-ISAC
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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Blackberry

Securing a Connected Future You Can Trust BlackBerry helps organizations defend against cyber threats. Founded in 1984 as Research In Motion (RIM), BlackBerry is now a leader in cybersecurity—helping businesses, government agencies, and safety-critical institutions of all sizes secure the Internet of Things (IoT). BlackBerry products and services include the Cylance AI-based endpoint security solutions, BlackBerry UEM unified endpoint management platform, the BlackBerry AtHoc critical event management solution, and BlackBerry QNX software for secure embedded systems.

OTHER WHITEPAPERS
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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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IoT Application Provisioning for Security Using FDO and TPM

whitePaper | December 29, 2022

The Internet of Things (IoT) offers the appealing possibility of harnessing millions of devices that measure or modify real world things and allows processes to be optimized. There are many opportunities: thermostats optimized for tomorrow’s weather, shipping containers optimized for packing before their contents arrive, assembly lines that reconfigure automatically for each item, street lighting adjusted to make streets safer, and so on.

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Cybersecurity - for safe and secure mobility

whitePaper | June 6, 2022

In a world that is increasingly connected and digital, cybersecurity is no longer simply an operational requirement – it is an economic necessity that is vital to the ongoing health of any business.

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CISA Stakeholder-Specific Vulnerability Categorization Guide

whitePaper | November 9, 2022

The CISA Stakeholder-Specific Vulnerability Categorization (SSVC) is a customized decision tree model that assists in prioritizing vulnerability response for the United States government (USG), state, local, tribal, and territorial (SLTT) governments; and critical infrastructure (CI) entities. This document serves as a guide for evaluating vulnerabilities using the CISA SSVC decision tree. The goal of SSVC is to assist in prioritizing the remediation of a vulnerability basedon the impact exploitation would have to the particular organization(s).

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The Ransomware Threat

whitePaper | December 22, 2022

Ransomware continues to be among the most critical risks facing organizations of all sizes. Attackers have perfected techniques and business models that will pose a challenge to even the best prepared organizations. While the encryption of a high volume of computers on a network can potentially be mitigated by adequate backups, ransomware actors have discovered new avenues of extortion, such as threatening to release data stolen prior to encryption. While ransomware attacks are time consuming to perform, ransomware actors have managed to achieve scale through the introduction of “ransomware-as-a-service” operations, renting out their tools and infrastructure to other attackers in exchange for a cut of the profits.

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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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Spotlight

Blackberry

Securing a Connected Future You Can Trust BlackBerry helps organizations defend against cyber threats. Founded in 1984 as Research In Motion (RIM), BlackBerry is now a leader in cybersecurity—helping businesses, government agencies, and safety-critical institutions of all sizes secure the Internet of Things (IoT). BlackBerry products and services include the Cylance AI-based endpoint security solutions, BlackBerry UEM unified endpoint management platform, the BlackBerry AtHoc critical event management solution, and BlackBerry QNX software for secure embedded systems.

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