Insider threats pose the greatest risk to data, yet enterprises often do not have visibility into how users interact with sensitive data, a key component of effective security. Download 7 Steps to Protect Your Data Against Insider Threats to discover key actions you need to take to prevent insider-related data breaches. In the checklist, you’ll learn how to develop an effective data security plan and identify potential gaps in your current strategy.
70% of insider and privilege misuse took months or years to discover while the number one source of data breaches are web app attacks. It doesn’t matter where your data resides, cyber criminals and compromised users will find a way to access it, unless you take a synergistic approach to application and data security. Download our new infographic, “Combat Today’s Threats with a Single Platform for App and Data Security” to learn why you have to protect data where it lives.
Users and apps pose the biggest risk to your enterprise data. Hackers are financially motivated to gain unauthorized access to your data. View this infographic to find out how to prevent major data breaches from both internal and external threats.
While organizations are buffing up their security layers—which is important—most of the focus is on preventing direct threats that come from outside, while detecting threats from within is neglected. Our research indicates many significant data breaches are ultimately an “inside job.” View this infographic to find out how insiders – be they employees, contractors, business associates or partners – pose the biggest risk to enterprise data.
Imperva Application Defense Center (ADC) peels the layers and shows the involvement of organized crime in the Cryptowall ransomware. The lack of cyber security laws, inaction from law enforcement, and the ability to successfully execute campaigns using anonymous Tor networks is enabling organized cyber criminals to profit from ransomware and grow at a tremendous pace. View the infographic to learn how you can protect yourself from ransomware.