The security landscape changed dramatically with the maturation of cryptoransomware in 2014. Not only did this new type of malware bring about a more lucrative business model for attackers, it also spurred the adoption of many so-called ‘next-gen’ endpoint security techniques. While these techniques bring impressive new capabilities to the fight against malware, there is still no one ‘silver bullet’ that can stop every threat — meaning a blend of advanced techniques is required to achieve maximum protection.
This white paper takes a closer look at the advantages and disadvantages of many of today’s threat-protection techniques, and outlines why organisations should employ a multi-layered, defense-in-depth approach to security.
The concept of a paradigm shift has been used to frame the enormity of fundamental changes in IT and compute models, as has been the case with the web, the client-server model before it, and so on.
What is notable about today’s current state of computing is that there are multiple concurrent shifts, with more on the immediate horizon, all while IT and security professionals must still manage and secure legacy environments.
This paper explores the meta trends that make cybersecurity increasingly challenging and offers considerations for the evaluation of effective and operationally efficient security systems that can transcend paradigm shifts.
The term “next-gen” is commonly cited by technology vendors to position a product as being innovative based on new and differentiated capabilities. Notable next-gen cybersecurity products include next-gen firewalls, the state of the art of which now represents the standard, current-generation firewall technology.
ESG conducted market research to explore how organisations employ advanced endpoint security controls. This research revealed that a continuum is at play, with most organisations that ESG interviewed starting with advanced preventative controls to augment their antivirus technology and a smaller number of companies, typically those that are well resourced, employing advanced detection and response capabilities
Machine learning is good at blocking threats hidden in executable files, but it struggles to detect threats hidden in non-executable files, such as malicious scripts in PDFs or Word documents.
There are many different threats out there e.g., ransomware, browser exploits, and zero-day threats and you need many different protection techniques working together to deflect them. Other techniques that work in concert with machine learning, like web reputation, behavioural analysis, sandboxing, application control, and vulnerability shielding, are critical to ensure you have the best protection against the broadest range of threats.
Distributed enterprises need reliable solution to ensure network connections and simplify network management.
NetScaler SD-WAN can keep your users connected to the datacentre, the cloud, their applications, and each other.
Enterprises are moving to the cloud because it offers greater flexibility and lower cost. The first wave of cloud native and content apps are well on their way, but there's a new wave of traditional enterprise applications that enterprises are still struggling to move to the cloud.
The Q&A walks you through the most common issues related to cloud storage and how Nimble Cloud Volumes put any remaining concerns to rest.
The promise of multicloud storage: Works with multiple public clouds, enables simple data movement between clouds and eliminates vendor lock-in.
Ready to move your enterprise applications to the cloud? Nimble Cloud Volumes will get them there faster. An enterprise-grade multicloud storage service for running applications on Amazon Web Services and Azure. Delivering enterprise features, reliability, and security with the freedom to use any cloud you choose.
Using cloud shouldn’t mean you need to dig through thousands of forum posts or have your questions disappear into the abyss and go unanswered. With Nimble Cloud Volumes you get 24x7 enterprise support backed by Nimble level 3 engineers that have earned us a NPS score of 85 for customer satisfaction.
In this next edition of our buyers guide to cloud phone systems, we look at how businesses can take more control of their phone systems through the cloud and get smarter with their business communications.
Technical innovators have been harnessing the potential of the cloud and inter operating systems with telephony systems for some time now.
However, despite all the technical innovation, there are some issues that can impede our goals for growth, adaptability and competitive advantage.
Cloud phone systems, hosted VoIP, hosted PBX, hosted telephony; these are all platforms hosted by a service provider, accessed over the Internet, or by a direct connection to the service provider. Cut through the jargon and just focus on how you can benefit from hosting your phone system in the cloud.
Since its early beginnings cloud telephony has matured and more and more providers are adding more features and functions to further enhance their standard product offering. A note of caution is that some providers charge extra for additional features.
Upon first inspection it may appear that a provider is offering all of the features in the services price, but it can come as an unwelcome surprise when a buyer finds out about the hidden costs associated with some additional features.
Whether you are a business of under 25 employees or even 100 plus employees, the world of business has changed and your customers will perceive your brand positively or negatively, depending on the service they receive and their overall impression of your business at different stages of a customer cycle.
Speed and flexibility and cost are increasingly important and the ability to serve your customers and react fast to business changes depends on the tools you have available as your business flexes.
In this next edition of our Buyers Guide to Cloud Phone Systems, we look at different business use cases based on Foehn’s intelligent approach to business communications technology.
As well as breaking free of silos, more and more companies are embracing the agile approach by taking advantage of the many benefits of the cloud.