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5 Must-Ask DNS Questions

Cybercriminals are evolving. Increasingly, they are capitalizing on the open and unprotected nature of the Domain Name System (DNS) to launch damaging phishing, malware, and ransomware attacks. How are you proactively protecting your network and users from these targeted threats? Here are five things to ask yourself as you consider a DNS security solution for your company.

Enforce a Zero Trust Security Model in Today's Hostile Environment

Companies are pursuing digital transformation. The goal is to improve customer value, operate with greater efficiency and agility, and increase innovation. But as companies leverage new workflows, security has not kept pace, and cyber criminals are becoming more sophisticated. This white paper describes a security paradigm for today’s hostile environment: zero trust.

Is DNS Your Security Achilles Heel?

With the constant drumbeat of news reports about security breaches, cyber security is hard to ignore. Organizations understand that they need comprehensive security solutions, yet significant gaps remain. Malicious actors have evolved their methods to leverage the vulnerabilities of the Domain Name System (DNS), and attacks that utilize this vector are increasing in number.

Remote Access and Security Challenges & Opportunities

Remote access is important and growing, but how secure is it? IDC Research surveyed more than 300 IT professionals to gain insight into the specific threats and challenges faced by providing access to employees and third parties.

The Hole in Your Layered Enterprise Security Strategy – and How to Fix It

The challenges that IT security professionals face are growing more complex by the day. Security threats are constantly evolving. The volume and rate of targeted threats, such as malware, ransomware, DNSbased data exfiltration, and phishing, are increasing. And the fact that companies no longer consist of employees who work a standard, full workday in the same, central location (employees are onsite and remote, full-time and part-time, and located all around the world) further complicates enterprise security. When you consider that most enterprises also extend network access to contractors, partners, and suppliers, the situation becomes even more convoluted.

5 Reasons Enterprises Need a New Application Access Model

The average cost of a breach is $3.86 million. With so much at stake, why do so many enterprises grant access based on an outdated model of assumed trust? And why do businesses rely on antiquated access technologies such as traditional VPNs and remote proxies to provide this application access?

Beyond SD-WAN: Zero Trust Security and the Internet as Corporate WAN

While SD-WAN currently enables the corporate network to handle traffic efficiently and move workloads to the cloud, this network model must continue to iterate. The Internet is the corporate WAN of the near future. Using SD-WAN, combined with the appropriate Zero Trust–compliant security and access services, is the first step to transitioning to the Internet as the corporate network.

Enforce a Zero Trust Security Model In Today's Hostile Environment

Companies are pursuing digital transformation. The goal is to improve customer value, operate with greater efficiency and agility, and increase innovation. But as companies leverage new workflows, security has not kept pace, and cyber criminals are becoming more sophisticated. This white paper describes a security paradigm for today’s hostile environment: zero trust.

How to Fix the Hole in Your Enterprise Security Strategy

The challenges that IT security professionals face are growing more complex by the day. Security threats are constantly evolving. The volume and rate of targeted threats, such as malware, ransomware, DNSbased data exfiltration, and phishing, are increasing. And the fact that companies no longer consist of employees who work a standard, full workday in the same, central location (employees are onsite and remote, full-time and part-time, and located all around the world) further complicates enterprise security. When you consider that most enterprises also extend network access to contractors, partners, and suppliers, the situation becomes even more convoluted.

How to Guide: Zero Trust Security Transformation

A Zero Trust model ensures that security and access decisions are dynamically enforced based on identity, device, and user context. This security framework dictates that only authenticated and authorized users and devices can access applications and data, while also protecting workloads and users from advanced threats.

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