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Top tips: 5 ways to identify fraud calls and prevent financial loss

Top tips is a weekly column where we highlight what’s trending in the tech world today and list out ways to explore these trends. This week, we’re showing you how to spot a fraud call and avoid getting scammed. Microsoft, AT&T, the FBI, and the IRS—what do these four entities have in common? Most likely, you or someone you know has received a call from somebody impersonating these entities.

DDI Central is now the ultimate hub for Microsoft DNS, DHCP, and IP address management

DDI Central takes a giant leap forward in simplifying network management for IT infrastructures housing Microsoft DNS and DHCP servers. This is a significant milestone for the platform, as it brings unparalleled convenience and efficiency to Microsoft Windows Server users all over the globe, enabling seamless integration and robust control over their distributed Microsoft network infrastructure.

Five worthy reads: How IAM is the cornerstone of securing identities across business verticals

Five worthy reads is a regular column on five noteworthy items we have discovered while researching trending and timeless topics. This week, we’ll understand the significance of IAM and how it has transformed the identity game in various sectors.

Build the foundation for airport networks with centralized DDI solutions

As airports embark on their digitalization journeys, the significance of connectivity is more pronounced. For an airport to function as a global aviation gateway, connectivity is no longer a mere utility but a strategic asset, crucial to its operations, much like its runways.

Why outdated access control is putting your data at risk

Imagine this: you wake up to a notification – your company has suffered a data breach. Fear sets in as you think about what this means: customer data exposed, your company’s reputation damaged, and big fines on the horizon. In today’s digital landscape, this scenario is too common. Organizations worldwide face penalties for non-compliance with regulations, such as fines of up to $50,000 per incident for violating HIPAA.

ManageEngine AD360's hat trick: Locks down three wins at the Global InfoSec Awards 2024

Cyber Defense Magazine (CDM) annually recognizes the pioneers who are shaping the future of cybersecurity with its prestigious Global InfoSec Awards. Recently, at the RSA Conference 2024 held in San Francisco, CDM announced the winners of its 12th annual awards, honoring the most innovative and forward-thinking companies in the industry.

ManageEngine recognized in 2024 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Security Information and Event Management for the seventh time!

We’re excited to announce that ManageEngine has once again been positioned in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), marking the seventh consecutive recognition in 2024. ManageEngine Log360 is a comprehensive SIEM solution designed to help organizations effectively handle log data. It offers real-time threat detection, incident response, compliance management, and user activity monitoring.

Top tips: Camfecting-Protect yourself from prying eyes

Top tips is a weekly column where we highlight what’s trending in the tech world today and list ways to explore these trends. This week, we’ll give you five tips to prevent hackers from accessing your webcam without your knowledge. Ever stopped to wonder if someone can see you through your webcam even when you’re not actively using it? Wonder no more!

Proactive network management with strategic scheduling of DNS and DHCP objects and reports

In the complex and often fluid world of network management, the ability to swiftly adapt to changing requirements is paramount. This is especially true in scenarios involving temporary projects, testing environments, or seasonal events that generate unusually high traffic. Using ManageEngine DDI Central, you can schedule the activation of DHCP objects—like subnets, shared networks, host or DHCP reservations, client classes, and DNS changes—at specific times, making a significant difference.