This Forrester Research, Inc. report introduces a zero trust model to reduce risk of insider and outsider threats. Click through to learn how the intrusion prevention system (IPS) can be used to fulfill this model.
This white paper examines some of the most important trends security managers need to be aware of and discusses the questions you need to ask when evaluating and possibly reforming your security strategy.
This expert E-Guide discusses the immediate need for DDoS protection services and what you put at risk by not protecting your organization today. Uncover how these attacks work, the damage they can cause and best practices to stop them.
Despite the hype, you don't need to replace your firewalls to gain application visibility and control. A Next-Generation IPS (NGIPS) can do this – and even detect and protect against advanced malware – without disrupting your security architecture. Learn what a NGIPS can really do. Download the "Next-Generation IPS for Dummies" eBook.
Antivirus and intrusion prevention aren't the threat detection stalwarts they used to be. Check out this Information Security Essential Guide to uncover how vendors are responding to the growing threat landscape and the options available to help you counter modern-day attacks.
Continue on to this important whitepaper now to learn how to properly instrument and monitor for anomalous activity. Also discover a security intelligence platform that can directly monitor endpoints and much more.
Uncover the best strategies for network protection by consulting this informative e-guide for an evaluation of next-generation firewalls (NGFWs) against other network security solutions, including unified threat management products and intrusion prevention systems.
This informative white paper reveals the results of a survey centered on endpoint security best practices. Inside, learn the factors that separate endpoint security leaders from laggards, and learn what you can do to stay protected.
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