The New Mobility Mindset
Mobility is taking today’s world by storm. By 2017, mobile apps will be downloaded more than 268 billion times, generating revenue of more than $77 billion — making apps one of the most popular computing tools for users across the globe.1 Understandably, the pressure to deliver diverse apps to external and internal audiences is felt universally across every enterprise.
In response, businesses are placing mobility strategies first
as part of a new mobile mindset. According to a survey of IT executives from large organizations across the globe, 60% have an enterprise-wide mobility strategy in place or will within the next year. When asked to weigh their priorities, 63% selected mobile apps for customers or employees as their top concern.
As these numbers reflect, it’s all about the apps. Businesses are eager to differentiate themselves against the competition with rich consumer-facing mobile experiences and convenience- based services, while employers are ready to capitalize on the productivity gains of enhanced “bring your own device” (BYOD) mobile app initiatives.View Whitepaper
Dealing with insider threats to cyber-security
Trust is an essential element to operating any type of organization. People need access to sensitive information and critical systems for many reasons and a level of trust has to be associated with that access. Understanding and managing that trust is the most critical—and difficult—challenge of dealing with insider threats. ...
APIs are an emerging technology for integrating applications using web technology. This approach is exploding in popularity because it builds on well-understood techniques and leverages some existing infrastructure.
But it is a mistake to think we can secure APIs using the same methods and technology that we used to secure the conventional, browser-centric web. While it is true that APIs share many of the same threats that plague the web, they are fundamentally different and have an entirely unique risk profile that you need to manage.
These days, more of your people—maybe even your entire workforce—are working from home. Your operations have shifted, and your cybersecurity needs to, too. But even as the potential for risk widens amidst a rapidly evolving threat landscape, you can help keep your agency safe and your people productive.
Download to learn how to:
Extending remote access to mission critical resources
Enhance your email phishing protection outside the office
Safeguard your people as they use the web differently
Ensure data security in a multi-cloud enviro ...
You’re facing a constant barrage of threats, some of which you don’t even know exist. The reality is that your users are behind many threats and breaches — whether maliciously or accidentally. Case in point: 69 per cent of organiations reported a recent insider data exfiltration attempt, and 28 per cent of breaches involved internal actors.1 As the typical point of entry for an attack, users are a difficult vector to monitor and secure. To confront the tidal wave of attacks, you need to hone your attention on users by harnessing the power of us ...
This white paper explores how to assess and evolve the principle programmes of the security operations centre (SOC): threat monitoring, threat hunting, threat investigation and incident response. LogRhythm developed the Threat Lifecycle Management (TLM) framework to help organisations ideally align technology, people and process in support of these programmes.
The TLM framework defines the critical security operations technological capabilities and workflow processes that are vital to achieve an efficient and effective SOC. LogRhythm’s Secu ...
Artificial intelligence (AI) leads the charge in the current wave of digital transformation...