Network Traffic Analysis (NTA): A Cybersecurity ‘Quick Win’

February 27, 2020

According to research from ESG and the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), 91% of cybersecurity professionals believe that most organizations are either extremely or somewhat vulnerable to a significant cyber-attack or data breach.1 This level of cyber-risk demands immediate attention and action from CISOs, CIOs, and business executives. As a result, 62% of organizations plan to increase cybersecurity spending in 2020.2 Here’s the problem: Increasing security budgets alone isn’t enough. CISOs need quick and easy wins that can greatly bolster security efficacy and streamline operations without demanding massive projects and vast resources. There is a lot of work ahead. This white paper concludes.

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SecureRF Corporation

SecureRF Corporation – Securing the Internet of Things® SecureRF has developed the world’s first asymmetric, linear-based security methods that provide the smallest and fastest solutions to small or embedded computing platforms where little or no security currently exist. These resource-constrained environments can be found in wireless sensor networks,Smart Grid control systems and meters, Near Field Communications, radio frequency identification tags (RFID), tags and Smart Cards, machine to machine (M2M) applications, and other devices that are part of the Internet of Things. SecureRF delivers authentication and data protection solutions for security-sensitive markets including Defense, Homeland Security, the Smart Grid, and anti-counterfeiting for high-value supply chains such as pharmaceuticals, electronics, liquor, and fashion. Our peer-reviewed high-performance asymmetric (Public Key) and symmetric (Private Key) cryptography delivers a wide range of protocols that meet the

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