Find out how flexible authentication schemes, context-based access and behavioral analysis can help ensure that only authorized mobile users can access your valuable resources—on-site, in the cloud and beyond.
In this e-guide: Each month Computer Weekly poses a question to its Security Think Tank, a panel of cyber security experts comprising industry insiders, technologists, analysts, legal experts and educators, to share their years of collective cyber security wisdom with the security community.
In this e-book, dive into the nitty gritty of MPLS contracts and uncover tips, steps, and an overall strategy you can use to transition from MPLS to newer, more affordable, agile WAN alternatives without break the bank.
Today, workforces are drastically more mobile and distributed. Where it was once feasible to draw a perimeter around corporate resources, the rise of SaaS, cloud computing, and remote work has rendered this approach obsolete. In this e-book, learn 7 best practices that can help you protect your global workforce without sacrificing productivity.
The COVID-19 pandemic led to the largest global work-at-home experiment in history. Unfortunately, home users often wrestle with the slow performance, latency and unreliability that come with backhauling remote connections to a data center. In this white paper, learn how 3 organizations were able to overcome these challenges with the help of Cato.
The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked an increase in malware attacks. To make matters worse, many people now find themselves working from home without any special IT awareness training to help them identify cyberattacks. In this e-guide, learn more about how to gain control of your cybersecurity during these times of uncertainty.
As workers join video conferences and access corporate resources remotely, they're likely unaware of the network infrastructure that supports those actions -- until something doesn't work. In this e-guide, learn how to prepare your network for an increased number of remote workers.
Many information security programs are not on track to handle the internet of things and other technology disruptors. We help you dust off your crystal ball and get prepared for the near future.