Emerging Leaders 2016
Today’s business clients want to achieve greater productivity and own less infrastructure. They are looking to IT service providers to help them manage increasingly extended networks of communication, commerce and data exchange enabled by a growing number of endpoints.
Focusing your managed services business on cybersecurity creates several opportunities to increase margins; most significantly, by implementing layers of security at client sites you can reduce costly security-related responses. Understanding that effective cyberdefence involves multiple layers of technology is a key takeaway, as is the understanding that customer disruption is a revenue killer in world of the managed service provider (MSP).
With thousands of workstations ans servers under management, most enterprises have noway to effectively make sure they are free of malware and other advanced threats. Today, many sophisticated, targeted attacks rely heavily on unknown (zero-day) vulnerabilities that are delivered leveraging social engineering tactics. Numerous hacking events made public recently have highlighted the vulnerabilities of even the most renowned security companies, government, contractors and fortune 500 enterprises. The problem can affect any enterprise and a new approach to compact these threats must be implemented in order to deal with it effectively.
Why is it critical to move beyond the logs?
Whether the result of cyber criminals sending phishing or malware attacks through company emails, nation states targeting an organization’s IP, or insiders misusing sensitive data, we live in a world where prevention of breaches has become impossible. Successful attacks bypass each layer of prevention that we have put in place because they often use valid user credentials, trusted access paths, or new exploits, thus going unnoticed by our preventative controls.
Identity and access governance should be deployed across all types of users associated with an organization -- not just “regular” users but also “privileged” users. Managing regular users separately from privileged users can open your organization up to risk, create security gaps and deprive your organization of a complete view of identity context for access-related decisions.
This white paper will review why connecting a Privileged Access Management (PAM) solution to an access governance solution will enable you to holistically control and audit access to your intellectual property, regulated information and infrastructure systems.
Snapshot completes Synology's Multiple Tiers Data Protection for SMBs and enterprises. This whitepaper outlines Synology's latest solution to data protection challenges and to ensure maximized data availability.
Staying ahead of your competition means developing new cloud-based applications that deliver business value quickly to your customers – and you. But some ISVs are finding out the hard way that this is a journey into new, unexplored territory with many potential pitfalls. We’ve helped 1000’s of ISVs to successfully navigate their “Journey to the Cloud”. Here’s how we can help you…
Today, connecting with your customers and staying ahead of your competition means developing engaging cloud-based applications that deliver business value quickly – in weeks rather than months. The problem is that almost two-thirds of companies today take 3-6 months or longer to develop a new application using traditional development tools. And that’s where Progress can help. Rollbase – our model-driven cloud-based (aPaaS) rapid application development environment – provides dramatic improvements in application time-to-market.
Salesforce only serves apps in its own public infrastructure. Your apps deserve a broader playing field—and so does your business. Quickly and easily expand your salesforce apps to serve new markets With minimal cost, disruption, and effort, Progress® Rollbase® lets you expand your Salesforce apps beyond the Salesforce infrastructure. Rollbase opens a whole universe of new opportunities.
During 2014, Webroot encountered tens of millions of instances of malware and potentially unwanted applications (PUAs), monitored billions of IP addresses and URLs, analyzed millions of new and updated mobile apps for malicious behavior, and studied major malware trends based on data from millions of endpoints. This report contains insights, analysis, and information on how collective threat intelligence can protect organizations from sophisticated attacks