The amount of interest in secure access service edge (SASE) architectures has exploded over the last 18 months. Organizations struggle using traditional, on-premises-based network and security solutions to support distributed, cloud-centric enterprise environments. The broad applicability of SASE leads to some confusion about where to begin and which technologies are required, exacerbated by legacy organizational dynamics. In order to gain insight into these trends, ESG surveyed 613 cybersecurity, networking, and IT professionals and shares findings in this eBook.View Whitepaper
Behavioral analytics tops the list of cybersecurity best practices
The majority of enterprise companies have hundreds of apps deployed in the cloud, and that trend is expected to continue, according to a new survey by IDG. That said, 52% of companies find that securing those apps continues to be challenging.
But that doesn’t mean that the remaining 48% are fully confident in their cloud app security or are fully aware of all of the facets of cloud security they should be considering. Enterprise companies have deployed hundreds of applic ...
Determining which edge and cloud security vendor is the right fit for your organization can be challenging. Read this guide for evaluating the leading enterprise solutions so you can choose with confidence.
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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.
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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 ...
With your organization serving a growing and diverse user population inside and outside of the company, you need to control access to systems, applications and data that exist both on-premises and in the cloud. Cloud, mobile and the internet of things (IoT) are opening up more avenues for people in your organization to connect with each other and with key resources, which boosts collaboration and productivity. This digital transformation, however, also presents an increasing threat surface and more vectors for cyber attackers to find their way ...
In an era of ever-expanding attack surfaces, protecting against threat actors—from commodity malware, insider threats and crimeware to state-sponsored exploits, hacktivists and terrorists—has become an increasingly complex activity. Not all threats are created equal, yet disconnected silos of prevention, monitoring or investigation technologies continue to fall short in empowering security operations centers (SOCs) to rapidly weed out false positives and eliminate manual, repetitive actions. What’s needed is a comprehensive solution that enable ...