As we approach 2019, is it realistic to think the end of our dependency on traditional user names and passwords is in sight? Shane Weeden, and authentication expert with IBM Security, discusses the future of authentication and why he's encouraged by the FIDO2 initiative.
If you're dealing with the high cost and complexities of delivering reliable wide area connectivity over traditional carrier-based networks, you're probably considering some form of software-defined wide area networking
With the variety of constraints that you face, selecting the right SD-WAN solution for...
The traditional WAN is no longer an effective solution for today's
distributed enterprise. Organizations are overcoming significant
security and network issues by moving to SD-WAN. There are
many different SD-WANs on the market today, and IT professionals should
carefully review their options so they are not...
Most organizations are undergoing some form of digital transformation (DX), transforming how they bring products and services to the market - and deliver value to their customers. But DX initiatives bring complexity for network operations teams. With business-critical services distributed across multiple clouds, this...
You don't have to be a bank to serve customers online, and even if your customer accounts do not hold money, they still hold value - one that cybercriminals will take advantage of. As customers come to expect services to be available online as the standard, more businesses will have to learn to adapt to the digital...
It's common for companies to expand their digital
networks to keep pace with expanding business
demands. As a natural extension of this growth,
network security needs to increase at the same time.
But today's security climate is very different than it was
even just a few years ago, compounding risk.
The more companies rely on web applications to
support basic business processes, the more crucial
web application firewalls (WAFs) become for protecting
corporate data and preventing operational disruptions.
Core WAF capabilities must include
antivirus and malware protection, signature engine,
We're in an era of fast-paced digital transformation that broadens the attack surface, increases workloads, and pushes the complexity of security management to new heights. At the same time, the threat landscape is becoming increasingly more difficult to defend against. Meanwhile, resource constraints hamper security...
As internal communication becomes a top priority for companies as departments are no longer acting in silos, companies must look for new ways to drive internal efficiencies and improve workflows for their staff. Companies are moving past email to various unified comunication platforms, allowing staff to communicate on...
IBM plans to acquire enterprise Linux open source software provider Red Hat in a "hybrid cloud" deal valued at $33 billion that IBM CEO Ginni Rometty promises will be a "game changer." Market watchers say IBM has been struggling to find new revenue growth opportunities.
Security and risk management leaders are implementing and expanding SIEM to improve early targeted attack detection and response. Advanced users seek SIEM with advanced profiling, analytics and response features.
Download this Gartner Magic Quadrant to learn how SIEM enables users to:
Gain a single, comprehensive...
As legacy security information management (SIM) technology becomes outdated and less effective, improved customization and flexibility will dictate which providers will lead the pack. Vendors that can provide customization, integrations, and data security position themselves to successfully deliver flexibility,...
Enterprise computing infrastructure must be secure, compliance, and well-managed.
Download this report to learn how a platform approach to security monitoring and analytics enables you to achieve that trifecta as well as:
Identify and assess security-related risks and manage them to an acceptable level;
Two years after Mirai botnets first appeared, security researchers say telnet-targeting botnets are attempting to compromise internet of things devices by pummeling them with 1,065 different username/password combinations. Some of these attacks are designed to install Linux DDoS malware.