Best Practices: Securing Medical Devices Against Cyberthreats
In this study IDC Health Insights examines the cyber risks that networked medical devices introduce to healthcare providers. Download the report to learn about these threats, as well as what device providers and healthcare organizations can do about them.
Should You Buy Endpoint Security from a Network Security Vendor?
Endpoint security is very different from network security. But network security vendors are seeking to increase their revenue by offering one-size-fits-all solutions that claim to secure both an organization’s network and its endpoints. In light of this trend, which sacrifices best-of-breed expertise in favor of convenience, three leading industry analysts have written about why it’s best to buy endpoint security from a company that specializes in protecting endpoints against today’s advanced, targeted attacks.
Bit9 Case Study Portfolio: Advanced Threat Protection in Action
Download our case study portfolio now to learn how 12 of your fellow retailers and hospitality organizations are addressing today’s advanced threats targeting their point-of-sale (POS) systems.
Top 10 Oil and Gas Enterprise Provider
As a top-10 provider of products and services used by leading petroleum exploration and production companies worldwide, this U.S. enterprise was missing a solution that could provide continuous data collection at the endpoint and integration with tailored, relevant threat intelligence. To manage and even create their own intelligence, the company needed a way to receive and rank data from three primary sources—information on targeted attacks gathered by trusted industry groups; intelligence reports and indicator feeds from leading security vendors; and open source intelligence—before deploying it for detection and monitoring.
Corporate Brochure: Endpoint Threat Prevention, Detection and Response
A new generation of threats is attacking your endpoints and servers—you need a modern defense. Today’s attackers are after the data and intellectual property on your endpoints and servers. If you’re relying on traditional endpoint security, such as antivirus, you’re putting your organization at risk. AV doesn’t see or stop targeted attacks, nor does it help you respond to an incident. You need to arm your endpoints so that you can easily see and immediately stop advanced threats.
Carbon Black: One Solution for Continuous Endpoint Recording, Live Response & Threat Remediation
Carbon Black’s latest release has expanded its sensor operating system coverage to include Mac and Linux—in addition to Windows. There are no changes to the server or console, so you have a single, consistent interface for signature-less threat detection and continuous response—regardless of the diversity of endpoints in your enterprise.
Mitigate the Endpoint Security Challenges Created by Ubiquitous Digital Patient Data
This eBook will help you understand how proactive endpoint security will help you detect and prevent the advanced attacks facing your organization, and to respond in real-time should a breach occur.
Geek Guide: Linux in the Time of Malware
Many Linux users believe their systems are “secure by design”, but this could not be further from the truth. With new threats being designed specifically to target Linux servers, Linux administrators need to wise up and start taking security seriously. This Geek Guide outlines steps administrators can take to keep their Linux servers safe.
POS Security: Spending Up But Data Still Vulnerable
As point-of-sale devices at major retailers, restaurants and hospitality providers come under increased attack, organizations are more aware of the problem but may be blind to what’s really happening.
Linux in the Age of Malware
Many Linux users believe their systems are “secure by design”, but this could not be further from the truth. This infographic shows the evolution and rise of Linux malware, from the earlier virus to today’s advanced attacks.
2015 Point-of-Sale Security Mid-Year Health Assessment
Download the 2015 Point-of-Sale Security Assessment to learn why, despite increased budget and awareness of POS security threats, businesses are still at risk.
Windows Server 2003 End-of-Life Preparedness Survey
Bit9 + Carbon Black surveyed 500 IT professional to understand how organizations were preparing for Windows Server 2003 end of life. They found that many respondents remain unprepared to meet the challenges associated with the end of life of Windows Server 2003.
Blocking CryptoLocker with Advanced Threat Protection
This Threat Advisor will examine how CryptoLocker adds a couple of new twists to familiar advanced-attack techniques used in ransomware to devastating effect for those who are unprepared. We’ll show you the keys to detecting and preventing Cryptolocker (and other advanced attacks) from executing. First and foremost is the use of policies that prevent CryptoLocker from executing on any endpoint, anywhere.
Don’t Get Burned by Flame
What is Flame? Flame is the latest high profile cyber attack making the news. It has so far been detected in Middle East countries. Flame is more than simply a virus or worm – it is basically a cyber espionage toolkit, containing the most comprehensive set of sleuthing technologies in a single piece of malware. It can monitor and steal data from a computer’s microphone, screen, keyboard, Bluetooth, WiFi and network, among its known capabilities. It can propagate via USB or directly over a network. It can use several different types of data encryption and compression to store and then exfiltrate data to a controllable set of command-and-control servers.
Integrated Cyber-security Architecture’s Make Automation and Orchestration Possible
New cyber-security technology architectures are being designed for automation, integration, and orchestration, and could unify point tools to improve incident prevention, detection, and response while streamlining cyber-security operations. Bit9 + Carbon Black has embraced this new model and designs its products for out-of-the-box integration.
Procrastinators Guide to Windows Server 2003 End of Support
While Windows Server 2003 support will end in July, 2015, many organizations have yet to upgrade to a newer version of the operating system. How can you continue run Windows Server 2003 while mitigating the security and compliance risks? Download this eBook to find out.