Selecting a Cybercrime Prevention Solution - Key Considerations and Best Practices: A Buyer's Guide

Trusteer has been protecting customers against cybercrime since 2006. Based on our accumulated experience with hundreds of customers and millions of protected endpoints, we have created a framework that includes 7 key requirements for selecting a cybercrime prevention solution.

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Arxan Technology Inc.

Arxan offers solutions for software running on mobile devices, desktops, servers, and embedded platforms – including those connected as part of the Internet of Things (IOT) -- and is currently protecting applications running on more than 300 million devices across a range of industries, including: financial services, high tech/independent software vendors (ISVs), manufacturing, healthcare, digital media, gaming, and others.

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Scenarios for the Future of Cybercrime - White Paper for Decision Makers

whitePaper | January 28, 2020

Project 2020 is an initiative of the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA). Its aim is to anticipate the future of cybercrime, enabling governments, businesses and citizens to prepare themselves for the challenges and opportunities of the coming decade. It comprises a range of activities, including common threat reporting, scenario exercises, policy guidance and capacity building.

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IoT Cybersecurity vision 2018-2019

whitePaper | November 6, 2019

The emergence of IoT – the networked connection of people, process, data and things – is expected to significantly grow the number of connected devices worldwide, from billions of units we have today, to tens of billions of units expected to be deployed in the coming years as stated by several analysts.

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Warring State - China's cybersecurity strategy

whitePaper | December 1, 2019

Cyberspace and information technology have enabled the economic, political, and cultural inte - gration of the United States and China. However, interdependence creates costs as well as benefits. Increased interconnection has also contributed to major obstacles in the bilateral relationship, generating mutual distrust of incentives, actions, and norms in cyberspace. Information technology raises new challenges for states by allowing actors to exploit networks, conduct cyber espionage, or compromise national security with greater ease.

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Project Blackfin: Automated Breach Detection Using Intelligent Agents

whitePaper | December 4, 2019

This paper describes a distributed anomaly detection approach designed to accurately track actions performed by adversaries across a network. The illustrated approach involves running multiple machine learning models on both endpoints and the network as well as on a centralized backend, and includes communication and replication of learned states between these models.

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Cloud-native security practicesin IBM Cloud

whitePaper | December 15, 2019

IBM Cloud™ is IBM’s high-performing public cloud platform, with data centers around the world that deliver cloud computing options from infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) to software as a service (SaaS). Security is a fundamental design principle for our cloud platform with market-leading security capabilities enabled for regulatory workloads.

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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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Arxan Technology Inc.

Arxan offers solutions for software running on mobile devices, desktops, servers, and embedded platforms – including those connected as part of the Internet of Things (IOT) -- and is currently protecting applications running on more than 300 million devices across a range of industries, including: financial services, high tech/independent software vendors (ISVs), manufacturing, healthcare, digital media, gaming, and others.

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