Netskope helps secure some of the largest Office 365 deployments: three of the five largest global retail organizations, five of the largest healthcare organizations in the US, and many large enterprises in other verticals. Microsoft customers have options when it comes to Office 365 security controls—with varying coverage depending on their license level. But securing the Office 365 suite of cloud services is a shared responsibility between the cloud provider (Microsoft) and the customer. In a shared responsibility model, the cloud provider is in charge of security for the physical layer, infrastructure, network, operating system, and actual application in the data center. The customer, however, is responsible for the activities its users perform, the data stored and processed in the application, and any threats that are targeting the users and organization through the platform.View whitepaper
Organizations continue to adopt cloud computing at a rapid pace to benefit from the promise of increased efficiency, better scalability, and improved agility. While cloud service providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) continue to expand security services to protect their evolving cloud platforms, it is ultimately the customers’ responsibility to secure their data within these cloud environments. The 2019 Cloud Security Report highlights what is and what is not working for security operations t ...
The news headlines are replete with stories of devastating data breaches,
compromising the personal and professional data of millions. Cyber attackers
spare no industry, infiltrating the assets of even the most sophisticated
technology adopters, in turn impacting their executives, employees, and
perhaps worst of all — customers and users.
The answer lies not in changing the motives of bad actors, but rather,
in the advanced techniques that help them evade traditional methods
of system protection. Traditional AV solutions, which adopt a ...
The Cylance 2017 Threat Report offers valuable analysis on the current state of cybersecurity. The information provided in the report is unavailable anywhere else. This Cylance® study includes research and information drawn from internal data and feedback provided by Cylance customers. The report offers considerable insights into recent threat trends and related security issues.
Some key findings of this report merit further discussion. These conversations represent an opportunity to dig deeper into the implications of current security stra ...
By focusing on frequent code integration, automated testing, and keeping
the mainline code version in a state that is deployable to production at any
time, CI/CD aims to eliminate the risks and friction of traditional waterfall
software development. Add to that the practice of continuous deployment
and you can move to a situation where the latest and greatest software version
is not just always ready to be deployed—it’s deployed on a frequent basis. ...
Cylance commissioned AV-TEST to perform an advanced threat prevention test of enterprise endpoint protection software. The testing methodology was developed jointly to provide additive testing to the commodity Anti-Virus protection tests currently produced by AV-TEST.
CylancePROTECT® was tested against 5 competitor endpoint products from Kaspersky, McAfee, Sophos, Symantec and Trend Micro. The test was performed in December 2016 and January 2017. This report contains the results of four test cases. The primary goal was to show the detection ...
Passwörter stellen schon lange eine Herausforderung für die Cybersicherheit am Arbeitsplatz dar....