THREAT INTELLIGENCE AND ANALYSIS

May 9, 2019

Threat Intelligence and Analysis Bromium Secure Platform provides unique insights into threats that bypass traditional detection-based enterprise security solutions. Bromium-protected endpoints are not impacted by these threats that typically arrive as email attachments, downloaded files or links that direct the user to a malicious site. Bromium isolates malware inside a virtual machine before it has a chance to infect the PC or move laterally onto the corporate network.

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LEVL Technologies

LEVL develops a new concept for IoT security and device identity management. Different from existing cyber-security solutions, LEVL's unique technology provides security in the physical layer by offering a passive authentication technique which uses the unique RF characteristics of transmitting devices in order to validate their identity and prevent device spoofing and misbehavior. The technology developed at LEVL fills the current gap in cyber-security for wireless sensor networks and is based on the observation that the current IoT cyber-security solutions are often not suitable for the unique requirements of IoT.

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Building the next generation of security and privacy professionals

whitePaper | October 4, 2022

Organizational practices in the digital age are inevitably linked to the processing of data, and built upon the systems that support these efforts. Collectively, cybersecurity and privacy professionals are responsible for guiding and implementing organizational decisions that ensure data is collected, processed, protected and shared consistent with evolving norms.

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identity and zero trust - H-ISAC

whitePaper | August 25, 2022

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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Who Owns Security in the Cloud?

whitePaper | September 27, 2022

Businesses once doubted the long-term benefits of moving their traditional, on-premises workloads to the cloud. But those doubts didn’t last long. The ROI of cloud migration was realized quickly and decisively. Businesses eagerly shifted their workloads to the cloud and realized the financial benefits of doing so. However, in the rush to the cloud, clarity on security — and who is responsible for it — is often lost.

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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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The State of ICS/OT Cybersecurity in 2022 and Beyond

whitePaper | October 26, 2022

The industrial control system (ICS)/operational technology (OT) security community is seeing attacks that go beyond traditional attacks on enterprise networks. Given the impacts to ICS/OT, fighting these attacks requires a different set of security skills, technologies, processes, and methods to manage the different risks and risk surfaces, setting ICS apart from traditional IT enterprise networks.

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Privileged Remote Access Security in Cloud Whitepaper

whitePaper | May 5, 2022

The purpose of this document is to help technically-oriented professionals understand the security-related value BeyondTrust can bring to your organization. BeyondTrust can help your organization stay secure and compliant, while improving the efficiency and success of your organization with a better user experience.

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Spotlight

LEVL Technologies

LEVL develops a new concept for IoT security and device identity management. Different from existing cyber-security solutions, LEVL's unique technology provides security in the physical layer by offering a passive authentication technique which uses the unique RF characteristics of transmitting devices in order to validate their identity and prevent device spoofing and misbehavior. The technology developed at LEVL fills the current gap in cyber-security for wireless sensor networks and is based on the observation that the current IoT cyber-security solutions are often not suitable for the unique requirements of IoT.

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