This expert resource explores modern network security, offering key insight into fighting today’s sophisticated threats as well as the differences between next-generation firewall (NGFW) and unified threat management (UTM).
In this expert guide, gain a better understanding of advanced persistent threats (APTs) and how you can stay one step ahead. View now to gain key insight into security strategies that can help you protect your organization.
This E-Guide defines APT, dispels common myths and explains what you can do about this adversary. Additionally, uncover why the idea of keeping intruders out with traditional, perimeter-based security is useless against APT and how you can best protect against modern security threats.
Today, as enterprises increasingly implement next-generation firewalls, there are a number of kinks that must be addressed. In this e-guide, explore the ins and outs of next-generation firewalls including the potential implementation headaches and how to overcome them.
Information Security and SearchSecurity.com presented more than 1,600 readers with some 360 security products, divided into 18 categories, three categories which failed to draw sufficient reader response are covered in market articles.
This paper provides insight into where fake antivirus comes from and how it is distributed, what happens when a system is infected with fake antivirus, and how to stop this persistent threat from infecting your network and your users.
This month's cover story is about reigning in privileged accounts such as the UNIX root and Windows Administrator accounts. Regulatory requirements and economic realities are pressuring enterprises to secure their privileged accounts, but how? Also in this issue: Keeping UTM Unified instead of Unnecessary, and more. Read on to learn more.
Botnets pose a serious threat to your network and they rival the power of today’s most powerful cloud computing platforms. These “dark” clouds, controlled by cybercriminals, are designed to silently infect your network. This paper details how to protect against the risk of botnet infection with security gateways that offer comprehensive UTM.
Most organizations seem stuck in the traditional castle-and-moat approach to security. This approach assumes there's a clear boundary between what's inside and outside the organization and that attacks come from external sources. Clearly today's threat environment requires a new approach.