It's estimated that in 2016, the cost of ransomware was over $1 Billion, making it the most lucrative criminal business model in the history of malware. In this report we examined who is at risk, what the scope and cost of an attack is, how organizations are protecting themselves from ransomware, and the effectiveness of their endpoint protection. Find out what is really the best way to combat the threat of ransomware.
Attackers are constantly honing their skills and adapting their attack methods, and your employees remain the weak link in your network security.
Phishing, spearphishing, CEO Fraud/Business Email Compromise (BEC) and ransomware represent a group of critical security threats that virtually every organization will encounter at some point - and most already have. This white paper addresses these critical security problems and offers 14 best practices for making organizations more secure.
Utilizing security awareness training and phishing security tests can be a useful tool to reduce unintentional insider threats. However, if robust metrics are not put in place, phishing tests can create organizational social engineering blind spots.
One of the key methods cybercriminals are using is ransomware and its numerous variants, which encrypts the less on a user's computer and demands the user pay a ransom in order to receive the key to decrypt the less.
The digital user experience faces rising expectations from customers, cloud agility demands from business executives, and escalating complexity for IT professionals. The good news is, you can survive this perfect storm. Address these concerns, and ensure positive experiences for business-critical applications, by downloading Best Practices for Successful Digital Experience Management.
Performance issues today are compounded by increasingly complex infrastructures that IT teams must contend with when delivering applications. As a result, detecting and fixing performance problems is hard. Sluggish end-user transactions may present themselves as being slow due to the code. However, that slowness is often not the root cause, but rather a symptom of an underlying infrastructural issue hidden from view.
The network plays a fundamental role in enabling the shift to digital. But it simply cannot fulfill this function while it is hardware-bound and hard-coded.
Despite the tremendous promise and tangible business benefits that public cloud can deliver, challenges remain in areas such as simplifying network connectivity to the cloud, providing complete end-to-end digital experience management, and improving the performance and accelerating the release cycle of cloud-based applications.