The reason cyber security effectiveness seems elusive is because information technology has fragmented into on-premises networks, public and private clouds, SaaS/IaaS, and mobile environments. Protecting this broad threat surface with point solutions leaves cyber security gaps. In addition, 5th generation multi-vector cyber attacks spread faster and inflict more damage. The only way to prevent sophisticated attacks is with consolidated Gen V cyber-security architecture that future-proofs your IT infrastructure across all networks, cloud and mobile.
In this article, Prevent Cyber Attacks Before they Happen with Check Point Infinity you learn how Gen V security counteracts IT fragmentation by delivering superior advanced threat prevention and unified management simultaneously across seven key areas:
Data centers are truly the life blood of many organizations – whether on-premises or in the cloud –providing access to information and applications that characterise that enterprise. As data centers have become more central and valuable, so too has the job of securing them from cyberattacks. To date, many data centers have followed the familiar path of network security, honing to the perimeter. Unfortunately, this approach leaves serious security gaps, as evident by the proliferation of successful attacks against data center environments.
“It’s not a matter of if you will be attacked — it’s when.”
There’s good reason that’s an increasingly common battle cry among cyber security professionals: Fresh digital security threats continually emerge from new and unexpected sources. Just consider the sudden spread of viruses like WannaCry and Petya/NotPetya, the expansion of ransomware threats, the growth in coin mining and cryptojacking attacks, and the success of malicious living off the land (LOTL) attacks such as PowerShell intrusions.
Confusion over security “in” the cloud versus security “of” the cloud is common. It gets even more confusing when you’re using more than one cloud. Here’s what you need to know to secure your operations and assets in the multi-cloud.
Read on this article on multi-cloud security and learn:
Why multi-cloud environments are now the norm.
How to manage security in a multi-cloud environment.
The benefits of a cloud access security broker (CASB).
Organizations seeking speed, scalability, and reduced costs are moving applications and data out of their on-premises environments and into private and public clouds. Say goodbye to Shadow IT, compromised accounts, and misconfigured settings. And say hello to better cloud security, now. You can secure SaaS apps in the cloud, public and hybrid clouds hosting infrastructure, employees, and branches accessing the cloud and internet from anywhere, easily and effectively with Cisco.
Protecting critical data, apps and infrastructure as they mix with public and private clouds can feel pretty chaotic. The cloud has transformed cyber security forever. Want to restore calm and order in your cybersecurity world? There’s a clear path forward. One step at a time. Here are eight suggestions for navigating the changes.
In 2019, targeted intrusion adversaries will continue to conduct campaigns as part of their nation-state’s national strategies. China, Russia, Iran, and the DPRK are seeking geopolitical prominence, both in their respective regions and internationally, and they will use their cyber capabilities to attain and maintain situational awareness of their neighbors and rivals. Entities in the government, defense, think tank and NGO sectors will continue to be the targets of these operations. These intrusions will likely be supported by the targeting of upstream providers in the telecommunications and technology (particularly managed service providers) sectors, and may include supply chain compromises, as was observed in 2017.
Cyber security will undoubtedly be a topic of conversation with clients as the awareness of evolving risk heightens. In this new era of cyber security, it’s your responsibility as an MSP to understand how to successfully navigate the modern landscape and ease your clients’ minds.
This article is your guide to effectively communicating with your SMB clients and becoming the cyber security leader they need and will rely on. It covers key security terms, how to define your cyber security solution, and how to deal with common client objections to security measures.
The definition of key security terms.
MSP security standpoints with accompanying delivery tips for communicating with SMB clients.
How to clearly define your cyber security positioning and solution.
How to spin the prevalence of cyber attacks in a way that will change the way your clients think about what they need.
How to respond when you get SMB customers objecting to your cybersecurity solutions.
In today’s rapidly evolving cyber security landscape, the stakes are at an all-time high for virtually every business today. Small businesses have become the prime target of cyber attacks. As an MSP it’s your responsibility to understand how to successfully navigate the modern landscape and protect your clients.
Dig in to The Agile Security Manifesto and learn how the four principles inside can guide and inspire you to build secure software in an agile way. The Agile Manifesto was released in 2001 as a reaction to documentation-heavy software development practices.
The impact of a 5th generation cyber-attack can be devastating to an organization. To combat today’s multi-vector mega-attacks, organizations must be proactive by utilizing advanced technologies that can prevent even the most evasive zero-day attacks. WannaCry and NotPetya introduced the 5th generation of malware. They demonstrated how multi-vector mega attacks can spread quickly from business to business across oceans and continents. Enterprise networks and cloud services as well as desktop and mobile endpoints are all targets of 5th generation attack campaigns. No industry or sector is immune.
Prevention starts now. In this article, you’ll learn:
The top 5 principles of cyber attack prevention.
How to protect all IT elements (networks and environments) with an effective and consolidated security architecture.
The cyber security technologies and strategies that prevent 5th generation cyber attacks.
How real advanced threat prevention blocks attacks before damage occurs.
Businesses of all sizes, large or small are facing cyber attacks that are growing in number, sophistication, and cost. As a result, business leaders of many organizations are making network security a top priority and looking to migrate some or all of the risk out of their IT departments and into the hands of managed security service providers (MSSPs). If you are an MSSP, this burgeoning market represents both an unprecedented opportunity and a challenge. This article will show you how you can win and retain businesses by optimizing and monetizing your security services.
This article which provide insights on:
How MSSPs can win and retain business by optimizing and monetizing security services.
Three MSSP delivery models to consider: On-Premises Services with a NOC, Advanced Services with a Security Fabric, and On-Demand, Integrate Services.
The benefits of a security fabric architecture, including how you can improve staff efficiencies, achieve and maintain competitive advantage in threat protection, and develop opportunities to monetize the capabilities of your security technology assets.
The year 2018 introduced a challenging cyber threat landscape. Threat actors consistently improved their weapons and quickly adapted their cyber attacks to emerging technologies. The 2019 Security Report includes a thorough analysis of what today’s security threat trends are. Also learn where your weakest links are, security threat predictions, and recommendations on how to protect your organization from being tomorrow’s next victim. Uncover the facts with the 2019 Security Report and get strategies to secure your organization now.
With the Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) taking effect on May 25, 2018, and the passage of a new consumer privacy law going live in California on January 1, 2020, governments are specifying penalties for organizations that fail to prevent data breaches. It’s safe to assume that further legislation is not far behind.