WORKERS ARE ON THE MOVE. YOUR SECURITY SHOULD GO WITH THEM
Users have left the perimeter, which has some serious consequences for the security department. Most security solutions protect users on the network, but what happens when they leave? More often than not, the solutions that protect users off-network are restricting the way they work, so they don’t make use of them. How do you protect your nomadic workers as well?
Reduce the daily amount of security alerts
Security departments are getting more and more security alerts every day. Since it is practically impossible to investigate hundreds of alerts a day, many of these alerts remain uninvestigated. Of course, this benefits cybercriminals and they are able to continue their malicious activity for days, weeks or even months before their attack is detected.
Plight of modern security teams
Modern security teams face an enormous challenge: how do we protect users who have left the building and thus the company network? Not an easy task, but definitely a necessary one. Cyberattacks are increasing, but users want access to the network from anywhere. To facilitate this demand, all endpoints must be secured as well. Read about what you can do in the eBook ‘Plight of modern security teams’.
WASTE LESS TIME FIGHTING RANSOMWARE ATTACKS
Ransomware attacks are getting more frequent. How can you prevent yourself from spending all your time on fighting these attacks? Read more in the solution brief.
30 MINUTES TO A MORE SECURE ENTERPRISE
With security at the DNS-layer, you can identify malicious domains even before those domains and IPs are used to launch any type of attack. Read more about this in the white paper ’30 minutes to a more secure enterprise’.
PRE-CRIME FOR IT
Historically, security teams have identified attacks after they have been launched. With predictive IT security, you can stop attacks in their tracks. Read more in the white paper ‘Pre-crime for IT’.
How do you protect globally distributed intellectual property?
How can you secure a globally distributed network against potential threats? This was the challenge for Hirschvogel Automotive Group, a German automotive supplier. Manufacturing is one of the top three industries to be targeted for their intellectual property. Securing their data and trade secrets is a very high priority for Hirschvogel. Read how they protected their IP against potential threats in the case study.
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