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

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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Skyhigh Networks, the world’s leading Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), enables enterprises to safely adopt cloud services, while meeting their security, compliance and governance requirements. With more than 600 enterprise customers globally, Skyhigh provides organizations the visibility and management for all their cloud services, including enforcement of data loss prevention policies; detecting and preventing internal and external threats; encrypting data with customer-controlled keys; and implementing access-control policies.

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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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whitePaper | October 4, 2022

Organizations have invested millions towards improved information security since the start of the pandemic, which galvanized a worldwide explosion of cybercrime. C-suites are increasingly recognizing cybersecurity as a business risk, viewing its necessity as more than just an IT problem.

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whitePaper | October 6, 2022

Sophos' annual study of the real-world ransomware experiences of IT professionals in the manufacturing and production sector has revealed an ever more challenging attack environment. Together with the growing financial and operational burden ransomware places on its victims, it also shines new light on the relationship between ransomware and cyber insurance - including how insurance drives changes to cyber defenses.

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whitePaper | June 27, 2022

At the end of every year, our experts put their heads together to anticipate and prepare for what’s to come next in the world of cybersecurity. We retrospect on the months past, and analyze impactful developments, breaches, and tactics. We package the outputs of this process for IT leaders, so they, too, can anticipate and prepare.

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Skyhigh Networks

Skyhigh Networks, the world’s leading Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), enables enterprises to safely adopt cloud services, while meeting their security, compliance and governance requirements. With more than 600 enterprise customers globally, Skyhigh provides organizations the visibility and management for all their cloud services, including enforcement of data loss prevention policies; detecting and preventing internal and external threats; encrypting data with customer-controlled keys; and implementing access-control policies.

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