ChangeGear® is a fully-integrated Service Desk Platform. The product suite enables companies to gain greater visibility into their IT infrastructure, eliminate system downtime, reduce operational costs and ensure regulatory compliance. Watch our event video from this year’s SITs show at Olympia for more on ChangeGear – the best value service desk.
The Domain Name System (DNS) is a mission-critical network infrastructure. It needs to be secure, highly available, and trustworthy. Watch our event video with our partner Infoblox at this year’s Infosec and find out how to protect your DNS with Infoblox.
With the rise in systems being breached and major brands falling victim to hackers, it is clear that the need for strong multi-factor authentication has never been more urgent. Companies of all sizes are increasingly adopting modern SMS based technology instead of hard tokens to authenticate their users. Is it time for you to evaluate the benefits as well? View our webinar for a 30 min overview of SMS Passcode a real-time and location aware, much more secure upgrade alternative to tokens.
The Domain Name System (DNS) is a mission-critical network infrastructure. It needs to be secure, highly available, and trustworthy.
With DNS increasingly under attack, do you know if your DNS is secure?
Infoblox are the market leader in DNS. Their approach to DNS security combines their enterprise grade DNS with advanced threat intelligence, discovery and port control to deliver visibility, protection and response to DNS threats.
In spite of using the latest firewall and intrusion prevention devices, many organisations have malware or advanced persistent threats (APTs) in their networks and don’t even know it.
Infoblox, a market leader in DNS, provides the industry’s first true DNS security solution for protection against inside-out threats caused by malware and APTs. Infoblox DNS Firewall can detect DNS-based malware/APT activity inside the network and disrupt the ability of infected clients to communicate with botnet master controllers.
Infoblox are offering a new assessment tool that analyzes your DNS traffic for Malware activity.
We thought you’d be interested in some initial findings from the recent Palo Alto survey of Ignite attendees. The survey uncovered the cybersecurity pain points these event attendees face, what keeps them up at night, and what specific concerns they have for their organisations.
The majority of respondents reported zero-day attacks and evasive malware represent the biggest risks. Social engineering attacks and insider threats are close behind.
Palo Alto emphasised that with so many attacks detection in itself is not enough – prevention is key – stopping these attacks before they damage your brand or steal your valuable customer and corporate data.
Palo Alto deliver…
‘…a tightly integrated enterprise security platform that delivers automated prevention against known and unknown threats at every point in the kill chain.’
Download a copy of Cyber Security for Dummies here for hints and tips on the cybersecurity landscape, why traditional security solutions fail and best practices on how to control APTs.
We saw an unprecedented number of high profile cyber-attacks and malware infections reported in 2014 – Target, Snapchat, eBay and Adobe (to name a few). This has brought cyber security much more into focus, not only for c-level executives and cyber security analysts, but also for world leaders. The complexity of these attacks and the frequency that we saw in 2014, begs the question what does 2015 hold?
In this whitepaper our security experts look behind the attacks and highlight the key elements that malware, advanced persistent threats (APT) and other cyber-attacks typically use to infiltrate networks and how businesses like yours, can protect their valuable assets and data.
Harsh Reality – We Are More At Risk Than Ever
If you have concerns about your risk to attack join our Ultimate Test Drive Event 15th April, London. Register here.
The endpoint is where the security war is now taking place; attackers are getting more advanced, deploying unknown exploits and unique malware that current day security is simply not equipped to prevent or even detect. Palo Alto Networks walk you through the shortcomings of existing endpoint security, and why it’s leaving your enterprise vulnerable to sophisticated and zero-day attacks, waiting for detection and remediation to step in, which is too little too late.