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.
We’re losing the war! Today’s security threats bypass enterprise defenses and remain undetected for far too long. View CyberEdge Group’s 2016 Cyberthreat Defense Report infographic and find out how your defense posture stacks up against 1000 IT security decision makers. You will learn how your spend compares to that of other organizations, what defense measures your peers have in place to defend against internal and external threats, and why weaknesses in your strategy could make your organization a “low hanging fruit”.
Recent data breach incidents at Target, Anthem, and JP Morgan prove that contractors, privileged vendors, and staff additions from M&As can pose cyber security risks to your enterprise. Even the most well-defined security policies for privileged third-party access can fall short, if key points are overlooked.
Now is the time to strengthen your security enforcement over contractors and privileged vendors. Read 7 Tips to Protect Your Data from Contractors and Privileged Vendors and learn how you can protect your data from third parties.
The industrialization of hacking has created a more effective and efficient way for hackers to profit from attacks on business critical applications and assets exposed to the Internet. This era of automated attacks that exploit application vulnerabilities and abuse application functionality has profoundly changed how we must protect these assets. A continuous threat intelligence feed, from a trusted globally crowd-sourced platform, has become vital to defend against such advanced Web-based attacks.
The biggest threat to your company’s security is already inside. Hackers use spear phishing and malware to target your trusted employees, and then leverage their stolen credentials to navigate the company network and gain access to your data center. Your organization is only as strong as its weakest link — your trusted employees. This infographic illustrates the seven common stages of an advanced targeted attack and provides an eight-step plan to safeguard your organization from attack.