Preparing for POS Security Threats This 2015 Holiday Season
The holiday season is critical to retailers’ success, and while businesses are gearing up for the crunch, so are cyber criminals. This eGuide details the threats and distractions facing retailers this holiday season, which could be the most challenging one yet.
Compliance 101: Basics for Security Professionals
Given the increasing scrutiny from regulators and auditors, Security professionals should have at least a basic understanding of the Compliance function. Download this eGuide to learn how compliance impacts the organization, who the stakeholders are, and the implications of non-compliance.
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.
Next-Generation Endpoint Security for Dummies
Traditional signature-based endpoint protection solutions struggle to protect against today’s advanced threats and zero-day attacks. Enterprises need to detect and respond based on real-time monitoring and a continuous recorded history to reduce the attack surface with multiple forms of prevention. Download this free eBook to learn more.
Cracking the Endpoint: Insider Tips for Endpoint Security
Cybercriminals have both the bandwidth, technical skills, and purpose to focus on stealing your organization’s sensitive data and they are targeting your endpoints and servers. This eGuide outlines the strategies and tactics cybercriminals are using to target end user devices and provide tips on what your organization can do to ensure the security of your endpoints.
Point-of-Sale Security For Dummies
POS devices have become a constant target for criminal hackers. Protecting your point-of-sale systems as well as cardholder data is becoming the most crucial element to securing your organization. This eBook will help you understand the history of POS technology and the advanced threats currently facing your environment.
Disrupting a Threat in Motion – 5 Steps to Advanced Threat Containment
Many enterprise security solutions claim to have continuous endpoint visibility—reactively scanning, sweeping or polling your environment for a set list of known indicators or signatures. But this approach can take hours for a single result, disrupt the performance of your organization’s endpoints, and miss insight into root cause and lateral movement. Enterprises must prepare to be breached.
Breach Preparation: Plan for the Inevitability of Compromise
You can’t open a newspaper or visit an online news site these days without some mention of a cyber attack or data breach. These activities are becoming more prevalent, and as a result, the reporting of these activities is also on the rise.
Breach Detection: What You Need to Know
Hacking used to be a game: an opportunity for the most clever and ambitious in the tech community to show off their skills and superiority — this was especially true within the hacking community. Today however, the game has changed. This eBook will outline the tactics, tools attackers are using to conduct targeted cyber attacks and steps you can take today to improve your ability to quickly detect and immediately stop an advanced attack.
Windows XP End-of-Life Handbook for Upgrade Latecomers - Healthcare Edition
While Windows XP support ended in April, 2014, many healthcare organizations haven’t upgraded to a newer version of the operating system. How can you mitigate the risks associated with Windows XP? Download this eBook to find out.
Executive’s Guide to Windows Server 2003 End of Life
Are you ready for Windows Server 2003 End of Life? If not, this Executive’s Guide will provide you with the facts you need to be prepared and outline compensating controls you can leverage to keep your Windows Server 2003 systems compliant and secure after end of life.
Improving PHI Security Through Better HIPAA Compliance
This eGuide will update you on the latest HIPAA changes impacting information security, and outlines practical steps you can take, starting today, to not only meet HIPAA’s compliance requirements but to also make tangible improvements to your information security program as a whole.
5 Steps to Windows 2003 EOL Success
The clock to Windows Server 2003 End of Life is ticking. Are you prepared? Download this eGuide to learn about 5 steps you can take to make the migration and EOL process smoother.
5 Steps to Reduce the Complexity of PCI Assessments
PCI assessments can be arduous and complex. Download this eGuide to learn about 5 steps you can take to make the assessments process smoother.
Rapidly Respond to Advanced Attacks in Motion with Carbon Black
Traditional incident response (IR) processes are being overwhelmed. The increased volume of attacks has caused the number of alerts from detection devices to balloon dramatically. Organizations try to apply traditional incident response processes and procedures for each alert, but discover those procedures are insufficient for continuous application at an enterprise scale.
The Convergence of Security and Compliance
This new eBook explains how a single, positive security solution, such as Bit9, facilitates the convergence of compliance and security—one agent that provides visibility, detection, response and protection and can automate and manage compliance for PCI-DSS, SOX, HIPAA, FISMA, GLBA, GPG 13, NERC CIP and other regulations.
An IT Auditor’s Guide to Security Controls & Risk Compliance
Bit9’s approach to compliance is simple. Organizations should include relevant stakeholders in building Compliance Control Policies to meet regulatory standards while supporting business goals. Control Policies dictate which assets are covered by each Standard and what actions users can execute for each asset. By grouping similar classes of assets and users, policies can be logical to users, enforcement is automatic and audits are simplified.
Windows XP End-of-Life Handbook for Upgrade Latecomers
New eBook explains how you can keep your XP systems compliant and secure after end of life without upgrading or paying for out-of-band support.