Penetration tests are an integral part of compliance initiatives like PCI-DSS and SOC 2. However, with 56% of consumers still dissatisfied with results, the issue may be less the pen-testers, as much as the “on staff.”
Check out this article for a look into the challenges, opportunities, and outcomes for the different testing models — and what you should consider before launching your next pen test.
Read on to learn:
Why compliance is no longer the #1 reason for security testing, and what other factors play a role.
Eight major issues with traditional penetration testing, and what they mean for security teams.
What the results from a recent survey of security leaders tell us about the current state of penetration testing.
Organizations with healthy contact data save money on shipping and direct mail costs; they formulate effective business strategies and their customers experience high levels of satisfaction. Data Quality today is, first-and-foremost, a bottom-line issue that businesses must address to stay competitive. To help managers and executives, marketing professionals, and other non-technical personnel understand what data quality is, and why it is important, we outlined 7 data quality principles in a convenient and easy-to-follow format.
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How accurate is my company’s data?
How much is bad data costing my organization?
How can I get an accurate picture of my customers?
Companies have access to more data than ever before but are struggling to reap its full benefits. Inadequate tools and poorly developed strategies are leaving them without the game-changing results they need.
To help organizations capitalize on the latest innovations and surface the most impactful data insights, this article identified the top 8 data, analytics, and cloud trends for 2020.
It’s an exciting time in the world of data warehousing and analytics. A growing number of providers offer every level of the data stack in the cloud. With cloud analytics, your company can use data to compete with large enterprises in a way that is affordable and scalable.
Read on this article to get insight into the next decade’s biggest trends, along with actionable tips to keep your company on the bleeding edge.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology Cyber Security Framework (NIST CSF) outlines leading business policies and technological requirements for managing risk. The framework consists of five concurrent and continuous functions: Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, and Recover. This guide specifically focuses on key technological CSF requirements for four of the functions and explains how they map into controls within a cloud computing environment. Arm yourself with the information you need to ensure that your cloud compliance platform is equipped with the appropriate tools to align with NIST CSF.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology Cybersecurity Framework (NIST CSF) is designed as a foundational protocol for companies to follow to ensure an organization’s infrastructure is secure. Complying with NIST guidelines could also help achieve compliance with other regulations, such as HIPAA, FISMA, or SOX.
Read on this article to get a handy checklist of requirements that can be used to evaluate security solutions to protect your cloud computing environment based on the NIST Cyber Security Framework (CSF). Serverless architectures are inherently more secure, but there are nuances that organizations need to mitigate to ensure both security and compliance. Read on this article to learn:
The drivers for NIST compliance
NIST cloud security framework
6 critical capabilities of a cloud compliance solution
A checklist of requirements to evaluate cloud security vendors that assess your adherence to NIST CSF controls
NIST CSF controls and recommended actions to ensure compliance
New factors that make continuous compliance for NIST CSF an imperative
So what exactly does DFT-s-OFDM mean? How about mMTC? Raise your hand if you can use SS-RSRQ in a sentence.
The number of 5G terms and acronyms increases all the time with no end in sight. If you’re working in the 5G ecosystem, it’s critical that you understand the design and test concepts across multiple dimensions. Learning the language of 5G is the first step. Get Keysight’s handy glossary of over 100 5G terms and acronyms and stay on top of the jargon.