According to Veniamin Levtsov, VP, Corporate Business, we’re witnessing the beginning of an era of manages service providers. In this episode of Business Matters we discuss the major paradigm shift in IT industry and what it means for IT Security that is relying more and more on such services as Threat Intelligence.
Seattle Proton Therapy turned to Dell EMC Data Protection to solve an immediate capacity need for backing up their patients’ medical records while complying with government regulations like HIPAA. They found the Dell EMC IDPA DP4400 appliance easy to deploy, with a minimal learning curve for their admins. With excellent deduplication, they continue to save space, and they’ve reduced the time to access crucial data from 1 to 2 weeks to a matter of minutes.
By 2021, it’s estimated that cybercrime will cost the world economy more than $6 trillion. In our hyper-connected world, every device is storing and computing data making it a potential touch point for intrusion by a cybercriminal, ransomware, or malware. Understanding the shifting threat landscape is crucial to safeguarding data. This is why Hewlett Packard Enterprise is building security into everything we do. Explore how security innovations from Hewlett Packard Labs make into product roadmaps and find out what top IT security trends and challenges to look out for in the near to longer term.
Keeping pace with digital innovation means having to manage new digital risks. Watch as Ben Desjardins, RSA, and Branden Williams, Director, Cybersecurity, MUFG, discuss the digital evolution of the financial industry and how institutions are addressing new risk challenges.
In November 2018, Kaspersky Lab started to process malicious and suspicious files shared by users of Kaspersky Lab products in Europe in Zurich, Switzerland. The data, which users have actively chosen to share with Kaspersky Lab, includes suspicious or previously unknown malicious files and corresponding meta-data that the company’s products send to Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) for automated malware analysis.
Switzerland is recognized globally for its high-quality IT infrastructure and strict data processing regulations. This is the primary reason Kaspersky selected this location specifically to host the facility which will process malicious and suspicious files from European customers - this will be the first data processing center within the framework of the company's Global Transparency Initiative.
ConnectWise has published the 2022 findings of its annual State of SMB Cybersecurity report, revealing that the growing number of attacks are fueling investment in cybersecurity, particularly with managed service providers (MSPs). Key findings show nearly three-quarters (73%) of report respondents are in agreement that their organisation has reached a tipping point where cybersecurity concerns demand action.
IGEL OS and the IGEL UD Pocket, bundled with expert resources including access to an IGEL Technical Relationship Manager, enables IT organizations to quickly regain control of malware affected devices and ransomware attacks to quickly restore productivity for end-users.
Infinidat has expanded its guaranteed Service Level Agreement (SLA) program. Infinidat is making available the industry’s first cyber storage guarantee for recovery on primary storage – the InfiniSafe® Cyber Storage guarantee.
Checkmarx has introduced Checkmarx API Security, the first true “shift-left” API security solution. Building on the launch of Checkmarx Fusion, which prioritizes and correlates vulnerability data from across different AppSec engines, Checkmarx API Security is delivered as part of the industry-leading application security platform Checkmarx One. The developer workflow-oriented solution inventories even shadow and zombie APIs as part of the most comprehensive inventory and remediation solution available to secure the entire API lifecycle.