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Security for the Internet of Radios - How to Protect the Enterprise from Radio Frequency Threats

by BastilleOct 21, 2016

We all know Wi-Fi uses radio to communicate, but so do the other 99 plus protocols that make up the world of mobile, cellular and the Internet of Things (IoT). All these new radio enabled devices bring with them new invisible threats. Enterprises will need to be able to react to new threats entering their environments through the Internet of Radios. This guide will introduce a new technology that is giving corporations new situational awareness, helping to prevent data ex filtration, and saving

Veeam Availability Suite and SAP on Oracle Deployment Guide

by Veeam SoftwareOct 19, 2016

Get a deep dive into useful backup, recovery and data-protection techniques for SAP with Veeam and native tools, including: a number of custom scripts and commands using SAP BR* tools, techniques for higher levels of Availability during SAP installations.

Gartner Report: The Five Models of Security Operation Centers

by Arctic Wolf NetworksAug 16, 2016

Gartner outlines the five models of Security Operation Centers and provides practical guidance to CISOs planning to build a SOC capability.

Read this paper for key insights on:
• Why SOCs are being adopted by more mid-sized organizations
• Security functions and benefits offered by SOCs
• Overview of the five models and how they differ
• Evaluation criteria-how to determine which SOC fits your business objectives

FAQ: Managed Detection and Response

by Arctic Wolf NetworksAug 16, 2016

Managed Detection and Response (MDR) services differ from traditional managed security services (MSS) because they focus on threat detection and remediation versus device management and basic alerting.

Read this FAQ to learn:
• Who benefits most from MDR services
• Why MSSPs can't deliver MDR
• If MDR or SIEM is a better fit for your organization
• Why AWN CyberSOC is the best choice for MDR

Access Control Options for Wired Networks

by Aruba NetworksOct 17, 2016

This paper discusses options that bring wired networks closer to the same level of control that have been on wireless networks, regardless of access control method, either through secure means or non-AAA enforcement.

Security Considerations for Next Generation Network Access and Endpoint Compliance

by Aruba NetworksOct 17, 2016

In this paper, we'll discuss how and where new generation endpoint compliance should be enforced as well as additional considerations that are critical for ensuring a secure network.

Three Disastrous Cyberattacks for Mid-sized Financial Companies

by Arctic Wolf NetworksOct 18, 2016

In our increasingly connected world, hackers are pursuing more mid-sized banks, credit unions and others they perceive as easier targets and pathways to bigger banks and greater profits. It is critical that IT Managers in financial institutions of all sizes understand how these attacks happen and what can be done to quickly detect and respond to mitigate risk.

Download this paper to learn how cyberattacks at three mid-sized financial institutions could have been prevented and for key

FAQ: Incident Response

by Arctic Wolf NetworksOct 18, 2016

Most organizations are likely to suffer security breaches that arrive through daily business operations or external attacks. When this happens, the people, processes, and technology that are used to detect and mitigate the effects of the attack are collectively known as incident response (IR).

Read this FAQ to learn:
• Who is responsible for IR in a company
• Why IR goes beyond IT and is an organization-wide process
• Who should be on the IR team

Ransomware Infection to Encryption in 3 Seconds

by Arctic Wolf NetworksOct 18, 2016

Ransomware attacks have increased 433 percent in the last year with more than 70 percent of the attacks targeting SMBs. Many people know how malware works, but are they aware of how fast it works?

View the ransomware infographic to learn:
• How ransomware typically starts
• Timeline from infection to encryption &emdash; what happens when
• Top 5 ways to protect against your organization

How to Restore Trust After Breach

by TripwireOct 13, 2016

When an organization has been compromised, some of the first questions to ask are critical:

"Which systems can I trust?"
"What was done to compromise my systems or data?"
"How quickly can I figure out where I stand?"
Tripwire is often contacted after the fact to help answer these all-to-common questions.

This paper explains the five steps an organization can take, even if they haven't previously used or installed Tripwire solutions such as Tripwire


Arctic Wolf Networks

Headquarters: 111 W. Evelyn Ave, Suite 115, Sunnyvale 94086

Arctic Wolf Networks provides SOC as a service that makes every link in the security chain stronger. Customer-dedicated security engineers anchor the service, act as the stewards of log data, and are focused on reviewing events, identifying incidents, and eliminating false positives.

Aruba Networks

Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, is redefining the IT edge with mobility and IoT solutions for organizations of all sizes globally. The company delivers IT solutions that empower organizations to serve GenMobile - mobile-savvy users who rely on cloud-based business apps for every aspect of their work and personal lives - and to harness the power of insights to transform business processes. With infrastructure services offered as software from the public or private cloud, Aruba enables secure connectivity for mobile and IoT - under one roof. Aruba allows IT professionals to build networks that keep up with these changes by migrating away from expensive-to-operate and proprietary infrastructures, which were originally designed for fixed network connections within the physical connections of the corporate headquarters.


Launched in 2014, Bastille is the leader in enterprise threat detection through software-defined radio. Bastille provides full visibility into the known and unknown mobile, wireless and Internet of Things devices inside an enterprise's corporate airspace-together known as the Internet of Radios. Through its patented software-defined radio and machine learning technology, Bastille senses, identifies and localizes threats, providing security teams the ability to accurately quantify risk and mitigate airborne threats that could pose a danger to network infrastructure. For more information, visit and follow on Twitter @bastillenet.


Tripwire delivers advanced threat, security and compliance solutions used by over 9,000 organizations, including over 50% of the Fortune 500. Tripwire enables enterprises, service providers and government agencies around the world to detect, prevent and respond to cyber security threats.