API security is increasingly difficult for enterprise security teams to tackle. APIs are spreading fast and are a tempting target for cyberattacks. Learn about the challenges overwhelming security teams today that can be overcome with an intelligent API security solution.
This document describes the business problems which privileged access management system (PAMS)s are intended to address. It goes on to describe best practices for processes, policies and technology used to secure access to privileged accounts and other elevated privileges.
Security awareness training never occurs in a cultural vacuum. So it’s advisable that an organization’s risk management department evaluate the organizational culture and adjust the messaging appropriately.
Over the last couple of years, the API security landscape has significantly shifted and expanded due to growing threats and the evolving life-cycle for deploying, managing, testing and operating APIs.
Every security leader faces the same conundrum: even as they increase their investment in sophisticated security orchestration, cybercrime continues to rise. Often security seems to be a race between eﬀective technology and clever attack methodologies. Yet there’s an overlooked layer that can radically reduce an organization’s vulnerability: security awareness training and frequent simulated social engineering testing.
Enterprise productivity, profitability, and success in meeting business objectives are dependent on the ability of workforces to access and utilize the applications, data, email, and other IT services necessary to complete job tasks. However, increased pressure to enable workforce mobility and the distribution of IT services across a variety of public and private hosting environments have challenged organizations to grant secure and reliable access to those resources.
The Productive Browser Project is a continuation of the previously completed Virtual Browser Project. The primary goal of the Productive Browser Project is to determine whether a virtual browser can provide sufficient security with minimal impact on the productivity of a typical enterprise end user. This project focuses on validating the security properties hypothesized as a result of isolating the web browser through virtualization technology. The security tests feature many of the typical attacks encountered by enterprise users and compare the security of a Virtual Browser to Google Chrome.
As organizations grow, the number of vendors on which they rely increases to form a complex ecosystem. Many cyber attacks, however, are launched through third-party vendors. In addition, compliance with regulations requires an understanding of the risks posed by ecosystem partners. To reduce third-party cyber risk and protect company data as it leaves the corporate network, organizations need processes and solutions that leverage automation, allowing security and risk managers to focus on the most imminent risks.
Frost & Sullivan believes that Authentic8, with its cloud browser service, Silo, properly epitomizes an overlay plus solution. As described in this New Product Innovation Award recognition, Silo was designed for organizations that have web access use cases their legacy access and content control technologies do not address - or address with excessive friction (operations and end-user impact).
Companies have worked hard over the past few years to design and implement GDPR compliance programs in time for the May 25, 2018 deadline. Internally, they may have generated hundreds or thousands of pages of project plans, policies, processes and reports – including Article 30 records of processing, Article 35 DPIAs, and much more.
This survey report, which focuses on the impact of GPDR in the European region, shows that most organisations are still not ready for GDPR, and many are facing obstacles in implementing the new regulation in 2018. To be successful, it takes a coordinated effort across the enterprise and a comprehensive strategy.