Successful digital transformation requires organizations to keep up with an unprecedented pace of change. Collaboration tools may help employees meet the challenge, but do workers understand the value of the information they are sharing, and more importantly, their role in protecting it?
Every CISO knows that cloud apps are being used by employees. Some are approved apps but most are not. What every CISO doesn't know is the full extent of the actions employees are taking in those cloud apps and how those actions introduce risk. We've summarized the top risky actions employees are taking in an infographic you should print and post on your door.
Most everyone knows that as cloud adoption increases, the maturity of cloud security must also increase. But, before investing in the latest and greatest tools, we always recommend that CISOs start by defining what outcomes are important to them - defining what they want their cloud security system to accomplish. Download the infographic to uncover and evaluate the 11 critical outcomes you will need from your cloud defense solution.
Many organizations are facing a reality where their security investments have been focused on-prem but their users, devices, or apps are moving off-prem. A common question we hear from CISOs is: "How do we determine when it's time to extend our security to the cloud?" In our experience, the level of cloud security an organization needs depends on seven key factors. Download this infographic to learn more.
Gain actionable insights on how to defend your websites and APIs for the coming year's onslaught of automated threats. Join the conversation with EMA and Distil Networks as they dive into the latest Distil Networks Bad Bot Report data to reveal 6 high-risk threats every IT security pro must protect against.
The mobile workforce is here to stay, but many IT organizations still lack a mobile security strategy that comprises both PCs and mobile devices-and the applications and data on those devices. As one of our writer's asks, what are these enterprises waiting for?
It's estimated that in 2016, the cost of ransomware was over $1 Billion, making it the most lucrative criminal business model in the history of malware. In this report we examined who is at risk, what the scope and cost of an attack is, how organizations are protecting themselves from ransomware, and the effectiveness of their endpoint protection. Find out what is really the best way to combat the threat of ransomware.
Bad guys are constantly coming out with new versions of ransomware strains to evade detection. Is your network effective in blocking ransomware when employees fall for social engineering attacks? KnowBe4's Ransomware Simulator "RanSim" gives you a quick look at the effectiveness of your existing network protection. RanSim will simulate 10 ransomware infection scenarios and show you if a workstation is vulnerable to infection.
Legacy IT is too brittle for the speed and complexity of today's organizational changes. CIOs at enterprises like Allergan, NewsCorp, Broadcom and Engie are transforming their businesses and simplifying the process of integration in M&A scenarios.
Where is your company on the maturity curve when it comes to building an effective Vendor Risk Management (VRM) program? Take this quick assessment to identify strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities within your current VRM strategy.