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By: Quocirca     Published Date: Sep 18, 2008
Businesses of all sizes have to manage an increasing diversity of remote users and devices. The task ranges from simply keeping systems running to ensuring security, compliance and the achievement of environmental goals. Under this sort of pressure, IT managers and managed service providers, to which the task is often outsourced, must have flexible access to powerful tools and an ability to share the data those tools rely on.
Tags : quocirca, remote, it management
     Quocirca
By: IBM     Published Date: Jul 13, 2012
This white paper examines the changing nature of the workplace and the demands it places on IT managers for faster delivery of high-quality, flexible services while providing a quick return on IT investment.
Tags : ibm, technology, security, white paper, management, it managers, productivity, workplace
     IBM
By: Arbor     Published Date: Sep 20, 2013
In this white paper, John Pescatore of SANS Institute explores how DDoS is used as part of advanced targeted attacks (ATAs) and describes how DDoS detection and prevention tools and techniques can be used against ATAs as well. Today’s DDoS attacks, as damaging as they are, sometimes mask even more threatening and dangerous advanced targeted threats. The good news is that some of the same tools that can detect the footprints of DDoS attacks can also find the telltale signs of ATAs. To be successful, though, enterprises need to coordinate their use of both types of logs and adjust their monitoring parameters correctly. They must also eliminate operational gaps, such as unclear lines of security authority, and limit the use of managed security services that can deprive enterprise security managers of the data they need to detect and stop DDoS attacks and ATAs.
Tags : distributed denial of services, ddos attack, ddos detection, ddos mitigation, security, advanced targeted attacks, mitigation, detection
     Arbor
By: Globalscape     Published Date: Mar 21, 2014
This whitepaper examines the way in which enterprise mobility has both increased employee productivity and decreased the security of corporate networks. The paper discusses the challenges IT managers have with controlling the "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) trend to allow mobile users to have access to the corporate network. Explained in the paper is the limit to visibility and control of file transfers when employees use ad hoc methods, and that educating employees on proper data access is not enough to protect the corporate network. The paper concludes by describing how Globalscape's EFT™ and Tappin™ can provide mobile access, without compromising security and controls over file sharing.
Tags : mobile, mobile access, remote access, byod, smartphones, tablets, laptops, ad hoc
     Globalscape
By: Lookout     Published Date: Mar 28, 2017
In today’s Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) world more than a few IT managers have lost sleep over the thought of an employee device, loaded with sensitive company data, falling into the wrong hands. Lookout commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a national survey of IT managers in the Fall of 2013 that uncovered substantial security concerns related to mobile devices, especially around malware and data loss. Ultimately, the survey revealed that IT managers do not believe existing security solutions can adequately address the mobile security challenges faced by businesses today.
Tags : insights, mobile, security, byod, lookout
     Lookout
By: Lookout     Published Date: Mar 28, 2017
Enterprise mobility started with the Blackberry, a revolutionary messaging device that solved security concerns by giving IT managers the ability to set many restrictions on its functionality. In the following years, employees started using fully-functional, internet-capable smartphones in their personal lives and demanded the same capabilities at work.
Tags : enterprise, mobile, security, lookout, revolutionary
     Lookout
By: NetSpi     Published Date: Sep 20, 2019
All organizations should aspire to have the people, processes, and tools necessary to effectively execute an on-going penetration testing program. Failure to do so may result in poor tool selections, testing mistakes, and faulty interpretation of results that often lead to a false sense of security putting the enterprise at risk. IT security and audit staff, along with their managers and directors, should read this paper to clarify and misunderstandings about penetrating testing - from the true purposes and goals, to important process considerations, to tools and tester selection issues, and finally to safe and effective ethical hacking approaches.
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