August 2013- Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs and policies empower people to choose the best device to get their work done, including personally-owned consumer smartphones, tablets and laptops. BYOD enables people become more mobile and productive while IT adapts to consumerization in a simple, secure and controlled manner. This white paper provides guidance for selecting technologies and developing policies to introduce a BYOD initiative. Download the white paper
July 2013- In the financial industry, an organization's reputation and its ability to maintain the security of personal or payment information are crucial to customers. Do you continually identify and control risks to customer information and systems using policies and procedures that assess risks, control access, test for failures/breaches, oversee service providers, and periodically review, update, and report to both internal boards and external regulators? Are you aware of the myths that can put your clients ...
New business opportunities are taking shape as consumers across the globe are adopting new mobile devices, high-speed access and innovative mobile applications. But this proliferation of mobile devices, the development of intelligent and composite applications, the number of multi-device users, and the shift to bring your own device (BYOD) has created many challenges for businesses to effectively capitalize on mobile opportunities.
Download this white paper to explore how to:
• Grow your ...
To protect your consumer and enterprise data in the fast-growing mobile app and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) business environment, your enterprise needs a solid security strategy that addresses, and supplies effective mechanisms for, mobile authentication. Deploying access policies that can be applied to multiple interaction methods provides a more user-friendly and consistent experience, while simplifying their administration and reducing support costs.
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• Deploy ...
Conventional information security measures, including anti-virus and next-generation firewalls, aren't enough to protect your organization from today's deluge of sophisticated web threats.
That's just one of the key findings in the "Websense® 2013 Threat Report." Based on data collected by the Websense ThreatSeeker® Network, the world's largest and longest-standing security intelligence network, the Report details how advanced threats are specifically targeting mobile devices and social media, and rendering traditional security solutions ineffective.
“Is this email a phish or is it legitimate” That’s the question that employees — and executives in particular — are asking with greater frequency. They’ve heard about how high profile organizations and even government agencies have fallen prey to attacks that stemmed from seemingly harmless emails. Has the door been left wide open?
Read this whitepaper to learn guidance on how to recognize advanced threats and protect yourself from them.
May 2013- BYOD and cloud-based services are driving monumental changes in IT everywhere - they are no longer in control of what is running on their networks. The ability to provide a level of visibility and control over what is happening in the Wild Wild West of BYOD is mandatory for IT managers to do their jobs. The goal must be to ensure business-critical applications operate properly on the network and that in the least, there is ...
Financial Mobility-Balancing Security and Success
Financial services companies have been leery to embrace the enterprise mobility wave. Rightly so, regulations from Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) have given financial IT professionals extra concern for caution. From BYOD to Corporate-Owned, Every Mobile Device Protected
The good news is that with Mobile Device Management (MDM) iPhones, iPads and the ...
Securely managing mobile devices, apps and docs doesn't have to be hard; in fact, with MaaS360, it's as simple as ABC...
We cover all the essentials from A-Z
A is for Android, fragmentation is scary
B is for BYOD, you can’t control what they carry
C is for Cloud, used for every device
To get to Z, download your copy of the ABC's of Mobile Device Management ...
Do You Know the Policies to Protect Enterprise Mobility?
Managing smartphones and tablets is only half the MDM story. Securing the data and access points between corporate systems and your workers' iOS, Android, Windows, and BlackBerry devices requires just as much consideration and planning as protecting the devices themselves.This white paper explores ten policy best-practices for secure and compliant enterprise mobility, including:
Industry Regulations: No two industries are created equally ...
BYOD May Be Overwhelming, But It's Not Hard
BYOD offers employees and corporations countless business benefits from increased efficiency to controlled costs on provisioning a mobile workforce.
For IT, BYOD is not as clear
Concerns over securing corporate data to managing a multitude of disparate devices present valid challenges, but none are insurmountable.
Download the Ten Commandments of BYOD today to learn:
BYOD policy considerations
February 2013- The firewall is, and has been, the primary foundation around which conventional network security architectures are built. But the conventional firewall is beginning to show its limitations in detecting and repelling modern attacks. Diverse attacks involving multiple layers of the network stack are causing firewall failures with alarming frequency. As a result, traditional firewall services alone are insufficient for detecting attacks and subsequently preventing business disruption. The new application delivery firewall technology provides enforcement of ...
June 2013- With the introduction of BYOD and its associated threats, Network Access Control has emerged as a compliance-critical solution. Discover how NAC policies and approaches can secure guest devices and mitigate the risk of BYOD access to the enterprise.
January 2013- This IBM solution brief shows how IBM Endpoint Manager for Mobile Devices software and IBM Lotus Notes Traveler integrate to create a unified approach to mobile device and mobile security management.
December 2012- Many retailers are having a hard time breaking out of the economy's current stagnation. Store optimization that goes beyond a building's four walls to take into account consumers' access to information, preferences for communication, and multi-channel purchasing methods can help retailers attract more customers and make the most of the customers they already have.
October 2012- Lippis says, "No wonder why the Catalyst 6500 is so popular" Gain performance for growth and protect your investment with upgradability. Read Lippis' review of the innovative Cisco Catalyst 6500 Supervisor 2T.
October 2012- In a Magic Quadrant study, Gartner compares the strengths and weaknesses of wired and wireless LAN access infrastructure vendors. Learn why Cisco remains an industry leader and "continues to be on shortlists for all access layer opportunities."
May 2013- In today’s educational environments, more and more students and staff are bringing in their own Wi-Fi devices into the school’s network. This presents a unique challenge to the IT department but, done correctly, the bring your own device (BYOD) architecture can be beneficial to both staff and students. This white paper can help you address the security and management of multiple devices being introduced into your network. Read on and learn how to ...
October 2012- Your Hotel's internet service is a great convenience, right? Maybe not! The FBI/IC3 have warned travellers about insecure hotel ISPs. This tech brief gives you all the details on how to stay safe!
October 2012- Wireless LAN intrusion prevention systems address evolving wireless security threats. WLAN IPS is a distinct market, but baseline security is increasingly satisfied by products and capabilities from WLAN infrastructure vendors.
Each year thousands of critical software flaw vulnerabilities are reported in operating systems, databases, servers, and other applications. Patching these vulnerabilities can be disruptive and time consuming, requiring systems to be rebooted and impacting service level agreements. Even when a patch is available, it can take weeks or even months before the patch can be fully deployed.
Download "Vulnerability Shielding: The Patch Management Challenge" to learn about some of the key features and ...
Security for hybrid clouds must span both the private and public cloud infrastructures. To keep data and applications safe throughout the hybrid cloud, you'll need self-defending VMs using agent-less security for the private cloud as well as agent-based security for the public cloud.
Download "Total Cloud Protection: Securing Your Unique Cloud Journey" to find out how you can leverage a hybrid solution that allows you to:
• Control when and where data ...
Consumerization is the name for the trend where employees use their own smartphones, pads, and tablets with their own external data plans and consumer applications to conduct company business. Although not every enterprise IT manager refers to this growing trend as consumerization, most have been confronted by aspects of it. The implications of the widespread use of personal devices in the workplace are forcing changes to the philosophies and practices of IT professionals.
September 2012- This white paper presents the IT challenges caused by an increasing mobile and collaborative workforce and discusses how Druva can solve these challenges.
Managing smartphones and tablets is only half the MDM story. Securing the data and access points between corporate systems and your workers' iOS, Android, Windows, and BlackBerry devices requires just as much consideration and planning as protecting the devices themselves.
This white paper explores ten policy best-practices for secure and compliant enterprise mobility including industry regulations, passcodes, secure email, apps and features.
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