Traditional cybersecurity approaches suffer from two glaring weaknesses. First, they rely on the digital signatures of known malware in order to identify threats. This approach leaves systems vulnerable to new and non-catalogued malware. Second, they are reactive in nature, ascribing to the “it’s not a matter of if, but when” mentality and often responding to the damage caused by zero-day threats only after they execute. Guarding against known threats is important but in the modern threat, landscape organizations must also address the over 350,000 new variants of malware created every day.
Many cybersecurity companies attempt to stop evolving threats by building new layers of security on top of existing solutions. This approach often creates additional noise within the security stack, making it harder for analysts to quickly identify and respond to threats. The benefits of new security layers are quickly offset by their demand for more system resources and alert fatigue.View whitepaper
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. All of which bag the question: What's going wrong?
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 protec ...
This e-book covers various topics related to artificial intelligence driven Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR).
The State of Endpoint Insecurity
AI-Driven EDR Drives Better Business Outcomes
What's AI Got To Do With It Anyway?
Evaluating AI-Driven Security Solutions
Choose Prevention and Detection for Superior Protection ...
IT teams are under constant pressure to evolve their operations because traditional infrastructure - typically comprised of sprawling, siloed, and complex storage solutions - often can’t keep up with the pace of change that modern organizations demand.
IT must evolve to take advantage of technological advancements, such as hybrid cloud architectures and cloud-native applications, which offer more agility, resources and scale that result in faster time-to-market for digital products and services. If organizations fail to upgrade legacy infras ...
Driven by the needs of applications, Digital Transformation is accelerating. IT decision-makers must guide their organizations through an evolution that continually aligns IT capabilities with the requirements of application modernization.
The needs of modern applications, and the migration and modernization of existing applications, means IT leaders must make a series of decisions as they transition to a cloud operating model, extending the data centre into one or more cloud environments.
This eBook provides a simple framework to help ...
Microsoft® SQL Server® 2016 delivers high performance–but storage-intensive workloads aren’t a good match for traditional infrastructure. From vendor and device restrictions to complicated management, running workloads on hardware alone is no longer practical.
To run SQL workloads efficiently, you need the low cost and high performance of hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI). In the Solution Overview, you’ll see how the market-leading all-flash HCI solution from VMware® vSAN™ enables radically simple storage that allows you to scale on dem ...
Pressure Intensifies to Drive Digital Business in Europe. We are now in an era of multiplied...