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Network Security Playbook Guide

by Level 3 CommunicationsJun 08, 2016

You've seen the headlines: cyber breaches at major corporations jeopardizing confidential information for millions of users; highly targeted spear phishing campaigns delivering malware deep into networks; and DDoS attacks at e-Commerce companies causing loss of revenue and brand damage.


Network Based Security Infographic

by Level 3 CommunicationsFeb 10, 2017

To stop network threats, you first have to see them coming.

And if you're not utilizing a state-of-the-art security platform that monitors the complete threat landscape, you're not detecting the multitude of threats out there waiting to attack.

Don't wait to deal with security threats. Access this infographic that explains how implementing a network-based security platform, that provides full protection by wrapping your data, applications and infrastructure in a continuous


Global Visibility is the Difference

by Level 3 CommunicationsFeb 10, 2017

Today's cyber threats are increasing in volume, diversity and sophistication, rapidly outstripping the ability of point security solutions to safeguard critical data, applications and systems. Network-based security from Level 3 replaces these vulnerable point solutions with a multi-layered approach that enables us to predict and detect threats, then alert and secure our customers' network and infrastructure.


The Top 5 Security Threats to Your Business

by Level 3 CommunicationsMay 07, 2015

Cyber security breaches are more common now than they have ever been. While they don't all make news headlines, they affect numerous businesses every single day. What exactly are these threats? How are they carried out and how can they impact business? The Level 3 Advanced Threat Intelligence team has identified the top five most common security threats that you should know about. Download this infographic to find out more.


A False Sense of Cybersecurity: Three Pitfalls to Avoid

by LeidosFeb 07, 2017

The cyber awakening has many companies evaluating current security measures including people, processes and tools. The conversations within our organizations have evolved, but are the investments we're making truly protecting us against today's sophisticated adversaries?

This paper discusses three common pitfalls facing organizations actively pursuing cybersecurity maturity. Read up on how you can avoid them and better protect your critical assets.


SOC vs. SIC: The Difference of an Intelligence Driven Defense Solution

by LeidosFeb 07, 2017

Traditional Security Operations Centers (SOCs) are finding their response-driven methods for combatting cyber-attacks are no match for today's threat landscape!

This white paper discusses: Inherent limitations of a traditional SOC model Advanced capabilities of a Security Intelligence Center (SIC) Necessary steps to transforming cybersecurity defense in your organization


Practical Guide to Measuring Cyber Resiliency and Effectiveness

by LeidosFeb 07, 2017

Measurement of resiliency and effectiveness must be threat focused and threat specific. This guide provides reporting tips to help you stay ahead of advanced persistent threats by: Defining the Threat with a Campaign Heat Map Proving Effectiveness with a Mitigation Scorecard Mitigate Gaps to Improve with a Technology & Capability Matrix


Scale Your SOC to Meet Today's Challenges

by LeidosFeb 07, 2017

Forced to fight an enemy with limited resources, enterprise security leaders are faced with a seemingly impossible task - defending the network knowing that missing just one attack can result in a catastrophic data breach.

With an excess of security threats and a lack of available security talent, enterprises need a new approach to cybersecurity that focuses on getting the most out of their available resources.

In April 2016, Leidos commissioned Forrester Consulting to survey


Evaluating Endpoint Security Solutions Across the Cyber Kill Chain

by SentinelOneFeb 02, 2017

The Cyber Kill-Chain is an intelligence-led framework that follows activity against a given organization by persistent threat actors. The kill chain measures the effectiveness of security assets across all types of threats. For administrators, the challenge is to protect endpoints at as many kill chain phases as possible, in the most effective manner. Download this whitepaper to learn more.


Looking Beyond Antivirus: Solving the Endpoint Protection Problem

by SentinelOneFeb 02, 2017

There has been a noticeable decline in the effectiveness of traditional anitvirus since 2012, but now it has become a serious problem. Read this whitepaper to find out why modern malware techniques are simply too advanced for AV and why it's only going to get worse.


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Leidos

We are Defenders
While defending cyber interests globally for over a decade we've developed a skilled team, advanced capabilities and a proven framework to proactively protect what matters most. Our solutions promote a mature cybersecurity posture.

Driven by Intelligence
Cyber adversaries are continuously evolving their operations and techniques and so are we. Using our Intelligence Driven Defense® solutions we analyze intelligence left behind by attackers to identify persistent threat actors and anticipate future attacks.


Level 3 Communications

Level 3 Communications is a global communications provider headquartered in Broomfield, Colo. The company builds, operates, and maintains a global network to deliver managed solutions for enterprises, carriers, and governments, including fiber-based infrastructure and data center solutions, IP-based voice and data communications, video and content distribution, security solutions, and cloud-based data center services. Level 3 services customers in more than 60 countries spanning six continents.


SentinelOne

SentinelOne is a startup formed by an elite team of cyber security engineers and defense experts that joined forces to reinvent endpoint protection. With decades of collective experience, SentinelOne founders honed their expertise while working for Intel, McAfee, Checkpoint, IBM, and elite units in the Israel Defense Forces. They came together in 2013 to build a new security architecture that could defeat today's advanced threats and nation state malware.