Published By: Okta APAC
Published Date: Dec 19, 2018
Multifactor authentication (MFA) is a critical security requirement for every organization, regardless of size and industry. But not every MFA solution is created equal. Your investment in MFA should be well-thought-out. Not only does your chosen MFA solution need to meet the requirements you have today, but it needs to enable and secure the future growth and evolution of your business. This evaluation guide will help you understand the key factors you need to consider when investing in MFA.
Your MFA choice determines how well you can protect access to all your internal resources, as well as your ability to provide frictionless experiences for your internal employees and external customers. Your MFA choice also impacts your ability to grow your business and take advantage of emerging technologies and future innovations. As part of Okta’s identity-led security framework, Okta Adaptive MFA delivers on the key considerations that need to be part of your search for a solution that meets a
The new requirements for application delivery mean adopting the principles behind cloud, DevOps, and SDN, and enabling emerging security models. Now you must provision apps in minutes instead of months, and with significantly reduced operational costs. Read this whitepaper to learn how you can manage every delivery aspect of users, applications, systems and infrastructure with an elastic, dynamic infrastructure designed to support these requirements.
Published By: Genesys
Published Date: Dec 20, 2018
If you are considering the right deployment model for your contact center, economic guidelines can help you choose the solution that is best for your company. Cloud, on-premises or hybrid.
Just a few years ago, businesses were still unsure of the viability of moving their contact centers and other critical enterprise systems to the cloud. Since then, with the decrease of cloud costs, and the corresponding increase in security and, the viability and total cost of ownership of cloud deployments are attracting more and more companies.
This eBook will cover how different criteria can affect a choice between a cloud or on-premises contact center, including:
• The size of your contact center, and business requirements such as customer journey management
• The location and quantity of contact centers being managed
• The need for scalability, speed of deployment, and maintenance requirements
Read this whitepaper to understand how Dell SecureWorks can help your midsize organization improve security, increase operational efficiency and demonstrate compliance with regulatory requirements, allowing you to focus on the priorities and strategic projects that drive your business.
Consumer-focused technologies that are deployed by employees can provide tremendous value to any business and can provide IT organizations with more functionality than they can afford or are willing to deploy. However, consumer technologies must be appropriately managed in order to satisfy corporate security, compliance and other requirements. This means integrating consumer technologies into the existing IT fabric in order to achieve the greatest possible synergies between consumer-focused and IT-deployed technologies.
Financial services organizations have a unique relationship with technology: electronic data and transactions are the core of this industry. Financial services firms remain vigilant because they are constantly under attack. Hackers that gain access to customer accounts or financial data can profit either by using it themselves or by selling it to other criminal organizations.
- There are many differences between perception and reality when it comes to security in this industry. For example, its emphasis on fraud prevention creates the perception that financial services is highly evolved in terms of its security readiness. However, this study finds that financial services firms’ security is on a par with the security of firms in other industries.
- Regulations may lead to change and investments, but they also take time to take effect. Organizations should not wait for such requirements before they make improvements. Neither should they assume that compliance gives them full protection. Regulations cannot cover every aspect in such a fast-paced environment.
Customization is the toughest part of maintaining an environment that keeps users productive. You have to make every desktop, whether physical or virtual, exactly right for each user without crushing IT administration resources that are already stretched to the limit.Quest Workspacetm Desktop Authority ®-part of Quest's User Workspace Management solution-gives you a single console to configure, manage, secure and support each user's unique workspace-including the most targeted mix possible of resources, security requirements, applications, peripherals and even Outlook settings-wherever that user logs in. Desktop Authority complements traditional desktop management-focused on software deployment and asset tracking-with true user environment management for companies of all sizes and all infrastructures.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) establishes standard requirements protecting cardholder information. It applies to all entities that store, process, or transmit cardholder data, such as retail merchants, payment processors, and banks.
The risks of irregular maintenance and non-compliance of IT and security policies can cost the organization much in terms of fines, lost opportunities and a damaged reputation. With such a serious and complex challenge, employing an efficient and comprehensive solution is paramount to minimize risk and instill confidence in the organization’s ability to fulfill on its compliance requirements.
The digital economy is changing expectations for IT organizations, driving the need to rapidly provide resources to development, QA, and line-of-business teams to develop and roll out applications. While business wants IT to be more responsive, IT must address the need for speed with policy-driven governance, compliance, security, and performance.
In our eBook, “Top 3 Reasons Why You Need Cloud Management,” we define the need for cloud management platforms, expand on the requirements and take a closer look at how other organizations are deploying cloud management platforms to improve management of the entire IT services delivery lifecycle.
In order to keep pace with the business and developer demands inherent with the digital era, enterprise IT has picked up speed and scale by embracing the cloud. As a result of this mix of private on-premises clouds, hosted private clouds, and public cloud services, the modern data center has become a more complex and murky environment to manage. In the VMware eBook “How to Gain Visibility Across Your Multi-Cloud Environment,” we explore the power of the enterprise-ready cloud management platform (CMP) as a single solution for automating the delivery of IT resources, and managing those resources throughout their lifecycle across private and public clouds. Learn how you’ll gain the agility for accelerating IT delivery, the efficiency to improve OpEx and CapEx, the flexibility to leverage private or public cloud resources, and the level of control necessary to meet governance and security requirements.
Published By: Tenable
Published Date: Sep 14, 2018
"Insights and ideas to help you evaluate vendors and improve your security program.
Organizations seeking to evaluate vulnerability assessment solutions turn to the “Gartner Market Guide for Vulnerability Assessment” for expert help in navigating the market. Tenable is pleased to provide a complimentary copy of the report.
According to Gartner, “the vulnerability assessment (VA) market is mature, but is being challenged by the need to cover changing device demographics and emerging technologies and better represent true risk.” Gartner addresses these considerations and others in the 2018 Market Guide for Vulnerability Assessment, providing insights that will help you evaluate vendors and improve your security program.
The scope of the market for vulnerability assessment solutions, common use cases and challenges
Recommendations for identifying requirements and vendor selection criteria
Changing device demographics and other trends impacting the market and effective v
All merchants and service providers that handle, transmit, store, or process information concerning credit cards are required to be compliant with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards requirements (PCI), or face contract penalties or even termination by the credit card issuers. This paper discusses the 12 requirements of PCI, and how Secure Computing's portfolio of security solutions can help enterprises meet and exceed them.
Securing Federal information and systems is an ongoing challenge. By implementing comprehensive security compliance management methods for data collection, retention, monitoring and reporting, federal agencies can successfully demonstrate a sound framework that meets FISMA requirements.
Today’s business requirements—such as security, disaster recovery, and mobility—are more extensive than ever before. To meet these requirements, Microsoft® Exchange has extended its reach beyond simple e-mail to increase user productivity and keep information close at hand, while being flexible enough to meet your organization’s administrative model.
The topic of security is now unquestionably a C-suite priority. An enterprise that delegates security matters solely to the CIO is compounding its risk factors. Organizations need to move toward a more systematic and proactive approach to addressing security threats and managing compliance requirements. Download the white paper to learn more.
Organizations around the world are embracing the economic and operational benefits of cloud computing. Whether organizations are extending internal resources or fully deploying on Microsoft Azure, the ability to take advantage of the business benefits of cloud require that organizations continue to meet key security requirements. Azure delivers a trusted cloud infrastructure on which customers can design, build and manage their own cloud applications and infrastructure. While Azure provides security controls for the infrastructure and change to virtualization layers, deploying organizations are responsible for deploying and maintaining security for the guest operating systems, applications, and data in order to protect against malware attacks, zero-day vulnerabilities and data breaches. Read this white paper to lean more about Trend Micro Instant-On Cloud Security for Microsoft Azure.
The Guide to AV Replacement provides in-depth information from leading security experts that will guide you through each phase of your decision-making process. From the critical elements you need to consider, to how to evaluate and review solutions, you’ll get expert advice that can help you choose a security solution that best fits your organization’s requirements.
Before initiating a change from your current AV solution read this guide to learn:
• How to plan an AV replacement project and the critical elements to consider
• How to measure important factors such as protection, performance and time-to-value when reviewing AV replacement solutions
• What prevalent technologies are available and what are the pros and cons of each?
• How to measure the efficacy of a solution and what steps you should take to ensure you’re getting accurate results
• Why you should consider evaluating CrowdStrike Falcon’s next-gen AV replacement and how it fulfills the criteria outlined in the guide
Published By: Mimecast
Published Date: Dec 18, 2008
You can't afford to ignore email archiving, security, internal policy or regulatory requirements, but can you afford to keep paying for it as multiple systems on top of your email system? When you add up the full price tag for your email environment, from server to soft ware to risk management and staff costs, it becomes clear why running everything in-house can mean you spend far more of your budget on maintenance than innovation.
Information technology (IT) security is indispensable to an organization's ability to conduct business and achieve its objectives. Security requirements affect almost every business process and system, and successful security measures help protect a business’ brand value, stakeholder confidence, risk management strategies, and compliance status. Requirements vary among industries, geographies, and regions, but the need to protect privacy, retain important data, and facilitate e-discovery are common to all. This paper provides an overview of the regulatory landscape and identifies steps to take for defining a flexible compliance strategy.