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
Employee endpoints are the interfaces between employees and the corporate data and applications they need to do their jobs. Attackers understand this — and actively target employee endpoints as well as the server endpoints hosting corporate data. More than 50% of companies experience a significant data breach each year, and endpoints, as a critical conduit for valuable corporate data, are the top targets for attack. Endpoint security solutions provide a critical line of defense, protecting PCs, laptops, and servers from malicious threats. ...
Artificial intelligence (AI) leads the charge in the current wave of digital transformation underway at many global companies. Organizations large and small are actively expanding their AI footprints as executives try to comprehend more fully what AI is and how they can use it to capitalize on business opportunities by gaining insight to the data they collect that enables them to engage with customers and hone a competitive edge. But, while AI may indeed be the frontier of enterprise technology, there remain many misconceptions about it. ...
The security professional’s job has become an endless game of cat-and-mouse, continually pursuing invisible attackers that can out-think, out-run, and outsmart most security systems. No matter how efficient and nimble the professional, the attackers are fast, too. And getting faster every day. As a result, endpoints remain vulnerable. ...
BlackBerry Cylance commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct
a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study to examine what return on
investment enterprises may realize by deploying CylancePROTECT®
The resulting study provides readers with a framework to evaluate
the potential financial impact and value of deploying AI-driven
endpoint protection and detection and response capabilities in their
environments. Read this infographic to learn about the key findings. ...
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 ...
Passwörter stellen schon lange eine Herausforderung für die Cybersicherheit am Arbeitsplatz dar....