This white paper explores these topics, highlighting current Cloud-based data protection requirements, and offers an innovative look at a data-centric protection strategy that extends privacy controls to several key Cloud paradigms.
With increasing attention on data security, organizations now want a better, deeper understanding of how their database secures their data at the most fundamental level. In this technical white paper, we provide an in-depth look at how we build security into MarkLogic®, including details about the MarkLogic Security Framework that guides the process.
“WanaCrypt0r 2.0” or “WannaCry,” an unprecedented global ransomware cyber-attack recently hit over 200,000 banking institutions, hospitals, government agencies, and other organizations across more than 150 countries. The ransomware encrypted user data, and demanded a payment in bitcoins to unlock the data. The companies that were hit included Telefonica - Spain's largest telecom provider, more than 16 hospitals in England's National Health Service (NHS), US package delivery company – FedEx, and many other high proﬁle targets.
Cloud computing is one of the largest, most dramatic forces changing the IT landscape today. Driven by key economic advantages, as well as factors that re-shape how fast enterprises can address global markets, and develop new services, there are substantial business benefits to the cloud.
With cybersecurity and data privacy risks rapidly growing, it has become increasingly challenging for individuals and organizations to protect sensitive data, and to unify compliance with various privacy-related regulations. The volume of digital data is expanding at an exponential rate, making it necessary for companies to strengthen data governance, and demonstrate control of sensitive information.
The cloud has expanded your security perimeter, creating a more dynamic risk landscape. Build security into the fabric of your organization so you can enjoy the benefits of the cloud while proactively protecting the interactions among your users, applications, and data.
The globalization of business operations, as well as the adoption of mobile and cloud-based technologies have resulted in a complex IT environment with increasing threat surface areas and vulnerabilities. To counter the threats, and comply with industry regulations, many organizations leverage vulnerability scanners, as well as Data Loss Prevention (DLP) and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) tools.
Successful implementation of an enterprise risk management (ERM) strategy must include involving the correct people in your organization, developing and effectively communicating your ERM value proposition, and utilizing innovative risk management software to create sustainable, repeatable processes that in- corporate ERM as part of a business unit’s daily activities.
RSA Archer provides business risk management solutions that allow you to start your risk and compliance program and chart the path that makes the most sense for your organization. View the infographic to understand how business-driven security solutions can enable you take command of risk.
The practice of Enterprise Risk Management has been around as long as there have been enterprises, but now technology has caught up and organizations can take advantage of effective enterprise risk management processes to optimize the level of risk.
SecurityScorecard allows Al to engage in third-party risk management in a way akin to a large firm. Now Liquidnet as a whole can take a proactive approach to information security and start a conversation with a third-party based on what SecurityScorecard has detected rather than having to wait for a critical vulnerability or security event to happen.
Seeing is believing. That’s why conveying risk data in visual formats can make such an impact: When data is visual, it’s easier for stakeholders to comprehend complex concepts and detect trends. This can lead to more informed and expedient decision making, and ultimately, more proactive risk management.
RSA Archer Maturity Models guide organizations through the journey from baseline risk management to optimized processes that balance opportunities and risks. View the Maturity Model Snapshot to discover the stages of maturing your assessment & authorization and continuous monitoring processes.