Month: January 2020

Scale Your Security and Compliance

Achieving compliance in the cloud begins with an understanding of your environment and how it needs to be protected. Often, this requires extensive testing and evaluation.

With Check Point CloudGuard Dome9, your IT teams can spend less time testing and evaluating your environment, and more time evolving your business. This solution helps you better assess, understand, and automate your cloud security posture.

Read about the six steps necessary to achieve compliance on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Download this eBook to learn:

  • Why gaining visibility into your cloud environment and configurations is crucial to protecting them
  • How to choose the right security framework for your organization's security and compliance needs
  • How Check Point CloudGuard Dome9 can help you scale your security and compliance program in the cloud using automation

Read Automating Your Cloud Compliance Journey in 6 Steps and learn how to improve your cloud security posture.

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Risk-Based Vulnerability Management: Focus On The Vulnerabilities That Pose The Greatest Risk

Security teams are dealing with more vulnerabilities than they can handle. Spreading these limited – and valuable – resources too thin can quickly lead to inefficiency and job burnout. The last thing you need is to waste precious time remediating vulnerabilities that pose little to no risk.

With risk-based vulnerability management, you can automate the prioritization process. You'll know exactly which vulnerabilities are likely to be exploited – and the ones that will cause the biggest impact on the business. Download the Focus On The Vulnerabilities That Pose The Greatest Risk ebook now to:

  • See how risk-based vulnerability management answers, 'What should we fix first?'
  • Understand why legacy vulnerability management is no match for today's digital world
  • Find out why CVSS fails as a prioritization tool – and why it's imperative to consider business context, including vulnerability data, threat intelligence and asset criticality
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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.

This report contains:

  • An in-depth look at today's cyber attack trends
  • A deep dive into cyber crime and how Malware-as-a-Service empowers cyber attackers
  • Details explaining how Cloud, Mobile and IoT are the most vulnerable points in your infrastructure
  • Predictions and critical recommendations to protect your organization

Uncover the facts with the 2019 Security Report and get strategies to secure your organization now.

Fill in the form below and get your copy of the report.

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The third Hiscox Cyber Readiness Report provides you with an up-to-the-minute picture of the cyber readiness of organisations, as well as a blueprint for best practice in the fight to counter the ever-evolving cyber threat.

Key findings

Reasons for optimism despite stalling readiness scores.

  • More firms fail the cyber readiness test
  • Two factors account for the fall in readiness scores
  • Cyber attacks reach a new intensity
  • Cyber losses soar
  • Supply chain incidents now commonplace
  • More small firms attacked this year
  • Loss figures impacted by large incidents
  • German firms hit hardest – for the second year running
  • Cyber security spending up 24%

The quantitative model of cyber readiness shows a small decline this year in the proportion of firms achieving 'expert' scores for their cyber strategy and execution – down from 11% to 10%.

To read the findings of this report fill in the form below and get your copy.

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