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.

Spotlight

WWPASS Corporation

Frustrated with the inadequate security provided by username and password authentication and the increasing vulnerabilities exploited by hackers to overcome two-factor authentication solutions, Eugene Shablygin founded WWPass Corporation in 2008. After 6 years of research & development, the company introduced our unique authentication solution which replaces the username with a secure PassKey. The PassKey does not contain any identity data; it serves only as a unique cryptographic identifier that is used to retrieve identity data from our patented Distributed Data System. By combining multiple standards-based technologies such as symmetric and asymmetric keys with AES-256 encryption and Reed-Solomon codes, the solution is immune to modern sophisticated attacks by cyber criminals seeking to impersonate user accounts. The user’s identity is never exposed in transit or at rest making credential theft virtually impossible.

OTHER WHITEPAPERS
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XDR vs. SIEM: A Cybersecurity Leader’s Guide

whitePaper | December 27, 2022

As threats intensify and SecOps teams are called upon to defend digital environments that keep growing in size and complexity, and with a defensible perimeter that has all but disappeared, cybersecurity vendors are responding with a new generation of software and service solutions.

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Security and Privacy White Paper

whitePaper | October 31, 2022

As cloud-based software solutions become prominent, discussions continue to revolve around security. When organizations implement a cloud-based solution, they put their trust in the solution provider to protect their data and deliver a secure platform.

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Security Whitepaper 2023

whitePaper | July 18, 2023

Statype asks a lot from our customers: we ingest sensitive financial, performance, and customer information to generate deep insights. Our customers trust us to get this right because security is a core tenant of everything we build, and we prioritize getting security right

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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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Citrix Cloud Services Data Protection Overview

whitePaper | September 29, 2022

Citrix understands that data protection is one of the top priorities for our customers when selecting a cloud service. Data protection is also a rapidly-evolving domain and requires enterprises to assess more information over time about the data handling practices of their vendors.

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X-Force Threat Intelligence Index 2022

whitePaper | September 12, 2022

The world continues to grapple with a lasting pandemic, shifts to work-from-home and back-to-office, and geopolitical changes spawning a constant drone of mistrust. All of this equates to chaos, and it is in chaos that cybercriminals thrive.

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Spotlight

WWPASS Corporation

Frustrated with the inadequate security provided by username and password authentication and the increasing vulnerabilities exploited by hackers to overcome two-factor authentication solutions, Eugene Shablygin founded WWPass Corporation in 2008. After 6 years of research & development, the company introduced our unique authentication solution which replaces the username with a secure PassKey. The PassKey does not contain any identity data; it serves only as a unique cryptographic identifier that is used to retrieve identity data from our patented Distributed Data System. By combining multiple standards-based technologies such as symmetric and asymmetric keys with AES-256 encryption and Reed-Solomon codes, the solution is immune to modern sophisticated attacks by cyber criminals seeking to impersonate user accounts. The user’s identity is never exposed in transit or at rest making credential theft virtually impossible.

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