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In today’s complex, multivendor environment, simple ongoing preventive actions can minimize painful service degradations or unplanned outages and assure the availability and quality of your UC&C system.
Added: January 25, 2019
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Knowing what’s happening on the network is important; knowing why it’s happening is the new imperative for the digital enterprise.
Added: January 25, 2019
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NETSCOUT Arbor produces this annual report based upon a survey that specifically includes individuals within the operational security community. Survey participation continues to grow despite additional efforts to encourage recusal of respondents without direct network or security operational experience.
Added: January 25, 2019
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Federal agencies are using multiple public clouds in addition to on-premises private and non-cloud infrastructures. This mutli-cloud adoption is creating increasingly complex environments and making it difficult to manage and protect data. Without proper data management, hybrid and multi-cloud environments can quickly become just another series of expensive and risky silos. All cloud migration strategies should encompass data management best practices to maximize cloud adoption benefits while minimizing risk.
Added: January 24, 2019
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This document is an update to the 2015 whitepaper and considers new controls introduced in the “Initial Public Draft” of NIST SP 800-53 Revision 5 and includes TippingPoint in the compliancy analysis.
Added: December 21, 2018
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Device security is no longer about traditional antivirus versus next-generation endpoint protection. The truth is you need a layered and integrated defense that protects your entire digital terrain and all types of devices—traditional and nontraditional. ESG Senior Principal Analyst Jon Oltsik frames it this way: "… endpoint security should no longer be defined as antivirus software. No disrespect to tried-and-true AV, but endpoint security now spans a continuum that includes advanced prevention technologies, endpoint security controls, and advanced detection/response tools."
Added: December 11, 2018
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For the past two years, Sumo Logic has produced the first and only industry report that quantitatively defines the state of the Modern App Stack. Working with our customers, we continue to see rapid advances in tools and processes used by various enterprise personas to build, run and secure modern applications. This third annual report extends our analysis to DevSecOps, a new and innovative trend that is rapidly growing amongst our customers.
Added: October 12, 2018
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This IDC white paper examines the impact of the 3rd Platform and digital transformation (DX) on IT priorities for enterprise network management and focuses on a shift toward pervasive instrumentation as an enabler of better network visibility, application assurance, and security assurance. The adoption of 3rd Platform solutions will continue to drive a need for capacity, bandwidth, performance, and availability. Cloud is fundamentally changing the characteristics of resource consumption and traffic generation within network operations.
Added: September 24, 2018
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Insider cybersecurity threats are much more prevalent than most of us realize. IBM estimates that 60% of all cyberattacks are perpetrated by those with insider access1; McAfee cites enterprise insiders as a major source of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) sold on the dark web, particularly in the healthcare industry; and at least two-thirds of major corporations reported insider threat incidents in 20163 ranging from file theft and destruction to selling passwords and deliberately sabotaging critical systems. Over 40% of U.S. government agencies report such incidents every year. It's a serious—yet incredibly overlooked—risk.
Added: August 24, 2018
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Year after year, investigations performed after breaches and other security incidents reveal that the majority of security incidents occur because well-known security controls and practices were not implemented or were not working as organizations had assumed. And the major problem in cyber security remains a lack of defined and repeatable processes for selecting, implementing and monitoring the security controls that are most effective against real-world threats.
Added: August 24, 2018
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Security and compliance remain at the forefront of concerns facing security leaders today. Tackling the challenge of finding and addressing risks in the enterprise while demonstrating compliance with increasingly demanding regulations requires the maturity and discipline to adopt and follow a complete security risk and compliance lifecycle.
Added: August 24, 2018
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The security industry is now starting to embrace the notion of cyber resiliency. A resilient system is one where vulnerabilities are assumed, but has defenses designed such that the system can continue to operate safely and reliably. A technique that enables system resiliency is Moving Target Defense.
Added: August 16, 2018
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Security organizations must rethink their vulnerability management programs. They need to monitor complex, dynamic computing environments, and respond in minutes or hours when issues are discovered—not days or weeks.
Added: August 14, 2018
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Government organizations face growing volumes of data and increasing pressure to provide information more transparently. At the same time, they must maintain the privacy of citizens’ data, reduce costs and provide user-friendly digital services and interfaces – letting users access data and services at the touch of a finger.
Added: June 1, 2018
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Data loss, theft, and misuse are more common in government agencies than we care to admit. Most cybersecurity practitioners concede that they can’t prevent every attack they face. Coupled with the increasing value criminals place on our data, wherever it’s stored—social media accounts, commercial databases, and even U.S. Government servers—personally identifiable information (PII) is one of our most valuable assets.
Added: June 1, 2018

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