Despite the countless opportunities and benefits the Internet provides, it also introduces a number of business risks. In this e-guide, uncover expert advice on how to mitigate risks with content filtering as well as how to balance web control with employee privacy.
Extended detection and response (XDR) is gaining momentum in the security arena. ESG recently surveyed IT/InfoSec professionals across multiple industry verticals to better understand the market perception of XDR, as well as value points and challenges that come with it. Access the full ESG report to see the impact of XDR in the modern SOC.
Contrary to popular belief, more security tools don’t always mean better security. As business environments grow more complex, it’s critical for security to have a holistic, unified approach. Read this white paper to discover 7 ways organizations can enhance their security stack with cloud security, without sacrificing customization and control.
The average 100,000 person organization has between 1,500 and 3,000 applications that run the business. In examining the applications in your organization, do they provide ample threat protection while still being able to run smoothly? Learn recommended steps to evolve your network strategy to support long-term remote work.
In this issue, discover how to best fend off the ever-increasing threat of ransomware, learn what the next stage of the data warehouse could be, and find out what leading channel experts believe awaits the industry in the year ahead
In this white paper, examine the role connected technologies play in the effectiveness and safety of first responders and explore considerations for evaluating mobile network solutions that enable it all to work securely and reliably.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we assess the risks from Log4Shell, a new web software vulnerability described as "catastrophic". We look at SASE – secure access service edge – which is set to be one of the networking priorities for 2022. And some victims of the Post Office IT scandal are still waiting for proper compensation. Read the issue now.
Less than a year after it received an official name, Secure Access Service Edge has started to disrupt the networking and security markets. As incumbent vendors make strategic moves to build SASE offerings, the nascent technology has the potential to upend traditional networking and security.
Download this case study to learn how IT Director Tony Whelton was ultimately able to provide the Wellington College’s students and staff with more flexible, secure notebook protection without straining IT budget or resources.