The Importance of Cybersecurity Monitoring for Utilities

Cybersecurity monitoring has become a key element in the layered security architecture of most enterprise-class networks. It can be used to provide 24 x 7 monitoring of both internal and perimeter networks, detecting and alerting on a range of potential cyber threats. Most cybersecurity monitoring solutions also include reports about the threats detected but there is a wide variance on the level of analysis and distilling of the data reported which in translates to a wide range of real value provided to customers.

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BehavioSec

BehavioSec provides a layer of security that lets your customers authenticate themselves through the unique ways they type, swipe and hold their devices. You can stop fraud, prevent account takeover, and keep user experiences safe, all without getting in your customers' way. Behavioral biometrics uses continuous machine learning and realtime feedback to create a risk score, allowing you to separate good users from bad actors by detecting anomalies in behavior. Because our solution provides intelligence based on statistical variances in behavior, BehavioSec doesn't pose the same data breach risk as some services do. Even if an attacker gains access to the behavioral data, it won't be useful, which means you can add data security without creating a privacy risk.

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Security, privacy, and compliance with Illumina Connected Analytics

whitePaper | August 23, 2022

Advances in next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies have dramatically increased the amount of data generated, creating challenges in data analysis and interpretation. Illumina Connected Analytics (ICA) is a secure genomic data platform to operationalize informatics and drive scientific insights. ICA provides an extensible platform with a rich set of RESTful application program interfaces (APIs) and a command-line interface (CLI) tool to maximize workflow efficiency.

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White Paper on Cyber Security Securing Video Surveillance Devices to Close Network Vulnerabilities

whitePaper | February 19, 2020

We live in an increasingly connected world, where more and more devices and systems are networked and shared with other systems. Convenience is a main driver behind this trend, as people have come to expect the ability to connect to and control devices and systems anywhere, anytime. However, there is a downside to the unprecedented level of convenience provided by the growing number of networked devices, namely increased security risk. Because each device is an endpoint for networks, they introduce the potential to become entry points for hackers and others with malicious intents. In fact, in many of the most high-profile data breaches that have occurred recently, hackers were able to access corporate networks through POS, HVAC and other networked systems that failed to provide an adequate level of security to prevent these types of breaches.

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Setting Security Baselines in Microsoft 365

whitePaper | December 28, 2022

One of the greatest risks you will face in your Microsoft environment is Business Email Compromise. This attack costs organizations around the world millions in losses each year, with no signs of slowing down.

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Best Practices for Row Level Security with Entitlements Tables

whitePaper | September 16, 2022

Row Level Security (RLS) in Tableau refers to restricting the rows of data a certain user can see in a given workbook or data source at the time they view the data. It contrasts with permissions within Tableau Server (or Tableau Online), which are used to control access to content and feature functionality.

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Managing the IT Modernization Elephant A bite-sized approach to digital modernization

whitePaper | June 15, 2022

There’s an old saying, “How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.” In some cases, the task of technology modernization is akin to eating an elephant. Government agencies are filled with legacy applications, many of which have been heavily customized over decades of operation.

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Cybersecurity Considerations in Autonomous Ships

whitePaper | October 18, 2022

The NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) is a NATO-accredited knowledge hub offering a unique interdisciplinary approach to the most relevant issues in cyber defence.

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Spotlight

BehavioSec

BehavioSec provides a layer of security that lets your customers authenticate themselves through the unique ways they type, swipe and hold their devices. You can stop fraud, prevent account takeover, and keep user experiences safe, all without getting in your customers' way. Behavioral biometrics uses continuous machine learning and realtime feedback to create a risk score, allowing you to separate good users from bad actors by detecting anomalies in behavior. Because our solution provides intelligence based on statistical variances in behavior, BehavioSec doesn't pose the same data breach risk as some services do. Even if an attacker gains access to the behavioral data, it won't be useful, which means you can add data security without creating a privacy risk.

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