Zero trust is a security model that eliminates the traditional perimeter and assumes that no user or device can be trusted until proven otherwise. In this handbook, Computer Weekly looks at how enterprises can take a zero-trust approach to securing their network, devices and workforce.
Data is the lifeblood of any organization, and as such, it’s critical that any data-centric protection system works 100% of the time. Moreover, these systems must be vetted so you know you’re getting an agile, yet mission-critical tokenization service. Absorb this guide for evaluating and comparing tokenization solutions.
In just five minutes, we'll show you how you can transparently encrypt and protect all of your sensitive email, calendar, and contact information in Exchange Online and Hosted Exchange to eliminate concerns about about data privacy, residency, security, and compliance.
This survey addresses the maturity of an organization’s IT security and data protection program, how encryption is used in organizations, encryption features organizations consider most important, and much more.
This E-Guide explores some of the basic steps to ensure a successful migration, as well as the features you'll want to take advantage of right away and 3 key tips for making the process smoother. Uncover some of the less popular - but no less important - changes to the latest version of SQL Server.
This expert IT decisions checklist examines the crucial role that data loss prevention systems play in today's organizations' security strategies. Read on and also find out which critical questions you need to ask when looking for a solution.
Traditional perimeter-based security controls are no longer effective as today’s threat landscape continues to evolve and cybercriminals become more skillful and advanced. This Forrester Research resource examines how encrypting data – both in motion and at rest – is a more effective way to keep up with determined cybercriminals.