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Security Service Edge (SSE) For Dummies

Grab your copy of the first ever book on SSE Security Service Edge (SSE) is described by Gartner as the security stack of services within a SASE architecture. SSE is fast, easy to use, and secures your business wherever your people and data go. In this book, you'll: Download the very first SSE For Dummies book on the market where we cut through the acronyms to give you a functional understanding of how this set of tools will impact your security going forward.

MDR or MSSP? A Comparison Guide

In today's hyper-connected world, cyberattack risks have never been more pronounced. Threat actors continue to develop malicious, ingenious tricks and techniques to stay one step ahead of security systems and response specialists. As a result, a more focused and proactive approach to detecting, investigating, and responding to threats is required. In this guide, we break down the comparison between Managed Detection and Response (MDR) and Managed Security Services (MSS) and how to determine what to look for in providers.
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Database Security in a Zero Trust Architecture

It is no secret that many organizations can do better with their security programs. Zero Trust allows for an evolution of an organization's strategy. It also forces organizations to rethink their approach to securing data to meet the requirements of data privacy regulations and expectations from their customers and business partners. Risk-minded organizations take the Zero Trust mindset and adopt it as best they can to fit their current and future state infrastructure.

Digital-First SecOps: A CISO Perspective

Businesses of all types, and across all verticals, have gone digital-first. This shift enables many benefits, such as greater scalability and speed. But it also amplifies the security and compliance challenges that arise from digital systems. For CISOs, this shift amplifies the need to apply the same level of automation, speed, and business-wide accessibility for security that digitization has brought to other aspects of the business. In short, modern businesses need to adopt a digital-first approach to SecOps itself.

The NERC CIP standards are a set of mandatory requirements for North America's bulk electric system.

They are designed to secure the assets of these essential services. There are 11 standards in total, covering everything from the protection of critical cyber assets to security management, personnel & training, incident reporting, and recovery planning. In this free eBook we explore how the continuous network monitoring capabilities of eyeInspect can streamline your compliance with these NERC CIP standards, saving you considerable time and money.

Dynamic Network Segmentation: A Must Have in the Age of Zero Trust

The IT landscape is rapidly evolving to meet the demands of our digitally transforming world and a radically changed business environment that calls for always-on performance and agility at scale. As a result, client-server computing has given way to disruptive IT architectures that reshape business and ownership models. These include private and public cloud services, 'bring your own device' (BYOD), mobility and the Internet of Things (IoT).