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What is RPA? Specialized software “BOTS” that can automate high volume, repetitive, rule-based tasks in an auditable & reliable way.
In this whitepaper from Automation Anywhere, learn how RPA can streamline human capital management as well as HR operations.
Container protection is the ability to stop an attack before it can cause damage to its intended target—no matter what the attack vector. Comprehensive container protection is critical to deploying a technology stack that aligns with the Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB) strategy to move the US Government toward a “zero trust” approach to cybersecurity.
IBM and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have assembled an ecosystem of highly experienced professionals dedicated to deploying customer solutions on AWS. Download the whitepaper to learn more and find out why IBM is the ideal partner for customers' cloud transformation journey on AWS.
Innovation and adaptability are critical for success in today’s digital world.
Highly regulated industries in the US are subject to an ever-changing set of regulations, immense pressure, and accountability for the protection of consumers and sensitive customer information.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, network operators worldwide have rallied to upgrade network infrastructure to accommodate increases in demand for bandwidth and throughput driven by remote work and education.
As Russian ground troops prepared to enter Ukraine in late February, there was a significant uptick in DDoS attacks that targeted governmental departments, online media organizations, financial firms, hosting providers, and cryptocurrency related firms.
Your endpoint protection needs to evolve to reduce organizational risk. Download this white paper to find out how legacy solutions are leaving security teams short, why antivirus solutions are designed for yesterday’s attacks, and how you can adapt to keep up.
Malware and infected bots are used for everything from stealing passwords to launching some of the most disruptive network-based attacks in history. Since their discovery in the 1990s, malware-infected computing resources known as bots have plagued network connected resources.
Adversaries constantly innovate and explore new and more powerful DDoS attack vectors, evidenced by the creation of new ones every year. As DDoS defenses become more precise and effective, attackers continue to find ways to bypass those defenses with new DDoS attack vectors and methodology.
Read excerpts from a webcam interview recorded by Todd Danielson, the editorial director of Informed Infrastructure.
Read how Highly Evasive Adaptive Threats (HEAT) sidestep cyber defenses.