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Outsider Threat Protection: Building a Kill Chain Defense [ Source: Digital Guardian ]

November 2014- The Kill Chain Defense exploits a critical weakness in the outsider attack model; for an attack to be successful, all steps must be completed and the target data exfiltrated from the organization. This white paper explains the Kill Chain Defense model and how it can be used to pragmatically prevent outsider attackers from succeeding.

Advanced Threat Defense Tactics [ Source: GENERAL DYNAMICS Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions ]

March 2015- Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) in the online realm are a painful reality for companies of all sizes, from the largest enterprises down to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Business leaders might be tempted to think that their own organizations are exempt from APTs, or that the security measures they already have in place are adequate to defend against these persistent, methodical attacks. Yet those temptations must be avoided. If your business has something of value ...

Who are you trying to protect? [ Source: Gemalto ]

August 2014- If we are to progress towards more secure and convenient authentication solutions, we have to start thinking beyond passwords. Multi-factor solutions that operate independent of passwords, are the future. But not all users are created equal. Some need more stringent forms of authentication than others. So who are you trying to protect?

The Right Way to Protect Against DDoS Attacks [ Source: F5 ]

October 2014- CIOs want harmony. Security directors loathe point products. Network operations won't buy into anything new. CIOs can get the harmony they need around DDoS mitigation by extending the F5 Application Delivery Controller into a hybrid solution: on premises with a new cloud component. Read the white paper to learn more.

The Expectation of SSL Everywhere [ Source: F5 ]

March 2015- SSL is the set of cryptographic protocols that secure data in transit. Today SSL is often the only tool standing between your organization and the bad actors. The stakes around SSL have been upleveled to the limit. Whether or not it's convenient to admit, it's time for organizations to uplevel their overall security posture to protect this last line of defense. Read this white paper to learn how your organization can properly embrace a higher ...

Next-Generation Network Security: A Buyers' Guide [ Source: Cisco ]

March 2015- Read this buyers' guide for an in-depth explanation of the factors that impel organizations to look at next-generation security solutions.

Achieve Deeper Network Security and Application Control [ Source: Dell SonicWALL ]

March 2015- Discover a next-generation firewall solution that combats emerging threats effectively and without compromise while reducing the total cost of ownership (TCO). Read this paper and learn how NGFWs help you achieve a deeper level of security and safeguard your organization against today's evolving threats.

G2000 Firm Secures Critical Financial Applications and Generates 192% ROI (Forrester) [ Source: Veracode ]

March 2015- Learn how a global firm secured 400 critical applications and generated an ROI of 192% with cloud-based automation and centralization. The firm previously relied on a traditional on-premises scanning tool, but success was limited because specialized expertise was required to tune and interpret results. As a result, the firm's AppSec program only covered a small fraction of the firm's applications. This Forrester case study includes a detailed financial model showing how the firm leveraged centralized ...

How a Global Manufacturer Secures Its Software Supply Chain [ Source: Veracode ]

March 2015- A global manufacturer found that over 90% of their vendor applications had critical OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities. The company now leverages Veracode's automated cloud-based service to audit hundreds of third-party applications per year without requiring access to proprietary vendor source code. It also tracks vendor progress with supplier scorecards from the Veracode platform, and has modified its procurement process to contractually require suppliers to meet its security policies. The company has also dramatically scaled its program ...

Hacking Exposed 7 - Chapter 10: Web and Database Hacking (McGraw-Hill) [ Source: Veracode ]

March 2015- Read this classic reference text to get into the cyberattacker's mind and understand the latest attack vectors and web application threats. The prerequisite for dealing with cybersecurity is knowledge: download this critical chapter to learn about web application vulnerabilities and hacking techniques; freely-available crawling tools; and countermeasures to protect your web application infrastructure.

Secure Agile Development (Securosis) [ Source: Veracode ]

March 2015- This white paper is for security professionals who want to understand how to embed security into the Agile SDLC. It describes Agile development and the issues developers face, so both teams can work together better. Agile frameworks have become the new foundation for code development, and secure development practices, just like every other facet of development, must fit within the Agile framework — not the other way around.

The CISO's Handbook - Presenting to The Board (Forrester) [ Source: Veracode ]

March 2015- This report describes strategies for articulating your risk posture and security strategy to executives so you can position yourself as a key influencer in the boardroom. Written by a CISO, it offers guidance on: answering common questions such as “How secure are we”; describing how your strategy aligns with the goals of the business; and helping the board understand complex security issues.

Four Reasons Not to Nuke an Infected Machine: Reimaging Isnt The Only Option [ Source: ThreatTrack Security ]

March 2015- Many organizations still cling to the rigid practice of reimaging every infected machine. However, the costs of reimaging often outweighs the benefit. Learn why you should adopt an alternative approach to reimaging to remediate threats.

Is it Phishing or an APT? [ Source: ThreatTrack Security ]

March 2015- Spear phishing is a primary means by which APTs target and infiltrate networks. This paper describes the element of a phishing attack and how to keep your organization safe from advanced threats.

Losing the Battle - The Need for a New Approach to Advanced Protection [ Source: ThreatTrack Security ]

March 2015- This paper outlines the challenges of fighting APTs and outlines a solution purpose-built to find and stop attacks in progress allowing for mitigation before it's too late.

SaaS Security: Mind the Gap [ Source: Adallom ]

November 2013- This joint paper from EMC and Adallom provides a brief overview of emerging gaps and trust issues common to SaaS providers.

IDC Analyst Connection: The Evolving Threat Landscape [ Source: ThreatTrack Security ]

February 2015- Today's cybercrime environment has evolved from quick smash-and-grab tactics to persistent campaigns involving specialized malware. In response, a new category of security technology aimed at detecting, analyzing and preventing such threats is emerging. ThreatTrack Security discussed this trend with Charles Kolodgy, IDC's Research Vice President for IDC's Security Products Service.

How to Stop Social Media Hacks [ Source: Proofpoint ]

February 2015- A how to guide describing the key steps that organizations should take to prevent their social media accounts from being hacked.

Securing Enterprise Applications [ Source: Onapsis ]

November 2014- Business-critical platforms such as SAP and Oracle have been in place for more than a decade, however a majority of firms using these applications currently have gaps in their security program. There are many reasons for these security gaps ranging from a reliance on generic security tools, to IT teams lacking complete understanding of how application platforms work.

Implementing SAP Security Solutions [ Source: Onapsis ]

January 2015- Gaps in security practices of business-critical applications running on SAP are causing organizations to rethink their current approach and embrace a new strategy.

The SAP Security Survival Guide [ Source: Onapsis ]

January 2015- As a CISO, learn which questions to ask in order to uncover security challenges facing your SAP systems.

Analysis of Cybercrime Infrastructure [ Source: Proofpoint ]

January 2015- Proofpoint security researchers have published an analysis that exposes the inner workings of a cybercrime operation targeting online banking credentials for banks in the United States and Europe. This Proofpoint research report provides a detailed and rarely seen inside view of the infrastructure, tools and techniques that enabled this cybercrime group to infect over 500,000 PCs.

Key facts from the Proofpoint analysis:
• Qbot (aka Qakbot) botnet of 500,000 infected systems sniffed “conversations&...

Open Source Software -Security Risks and Best Practices [ Source: Rogue Wave Software ]

January 2015- Third-party applications, including open source software (OSS), make up an increasing proportion of enterprise applications. By some estimates, up to 80 percent of the source code in many new commercial applications is open source. It is easy to understand why. OSS allows developers to build applications faster, adding functionality without writing source code from scratch. Open source communities provide new features, shortening time to market and helping organizations gain competitive advantage.

Open source can ...

The Business Case for Earlier Software Defect Detection and Compliance [ Source: Rogue Wave Software ]

January 2015- By providing developers with the right tools to detect, understand, and fix problems early, your business can simplify software development, shorten development lifecycles, and improve the quality of software code. The end result is increased innovation, secure applications, and a faster time to market - all at a lower cost. Read this whitepaper to learn more.

Protect Your Applications - and Reputation - with Symantec EV Code Signing [ Source: Symantec ]

January 2015- For years, developers have known that one of the best ways to reassure users is by signing code using a digital signature accessed via a private key issued by a respected certificate authority. But signed code is not invulnerable. Due to lax key security and vetting processes, malware has managed to infiltrate applications with signed code.

Extended Validation (EV) Code Signing Certificates help to halt malware infiltration by requiring a rigorous vetting process ...

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