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Published By: Infoblox     Published Date: Sep 04, 2013
Press headlines are filled by reports of malware attacks. Malware attacks, once the reserve of amateurs largely for amusement, are now launched by a number of entities. Today, a malware attack can literally come from anywhere in the world and can impact even the largest organization.
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Published By: Infoblox     Published Date: Nov 07, 2013
According to the Ponemon Institute, the annual cost of malware breaches averaged $8.4 million. Read this white paper to gain insights into critical information to safeguard against DNS security threats and disrupt malware communications to your DNS servers.
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Published By: Infoblox     Published Date: Sep 09, 2014
Stories about devastating cyberattacks are plaguing the news. Why? The DNS protocol is easy to exploit. See your network the way hackers do—as an easy target. Learn how you can effectively secure your DNS infrastructure today.
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Published By: Infoblox     Published Date: Sep 09, 2014
DNS is a key part of enterprise networks but increasingly targeted by hackers. Traditional security measures such as next-generation firewalls or secure web gateways won’t shield your infrastructure from attacks. Learn how to protect your DNS today.
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Published By: Infoblox     Published Date: Sep 09, 2014
An integrated DNS architecture is needed in today’s networking landscape. Designing a secure DNS architecture requires more than increased bandwidth and QPS. Learn how to build a secure and scalable DNS solution to ensure network availability.
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Published By: Incapsula     Published Date: Nov 06, 2017
You’ve probably heard about distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, or maybe you’ve even been hit by one. If you’re like most organizations, you’ve already been DDoSed. Perhaps the attack was minor, a wakeup call, but then the attack subsided without causing damage and you just left DDoS protection on your “to-do list.” If you don’t have a DDoS attack plan, it’s probably time to bump it up to the top of your list. That’s because DDoS attacks are getting bigger, persistent, and more harmful. They inflict serious cost in terms of lost revenue, damaged systems and lost consumer trust. DDoS is no longer just a web server problem; infrastructure is now a target. The attacker’s ambition is clear: Take down your online existence and harm your organization.
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Incapsula
Published By: Incapsula     Published Date: Nov 06, 2017
Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks have become a fact of life for any business with a web presence. Whether you’re an enterprise, e-commerce business, local organization, or government offce—it’s merely a matter of time before you’re going to have to deal with the inevitable DDoS attack. The question is what can you do before an attack so you can have adequate defenses already in place. This handbook is a practical guide for planning and executing a DDoS response plan. It outlines pragmatic steps and best practices for choosing and setting up the right mitigation solution for your organization, how to authoritatively respond to an attack, and conduct a thorough post-attack analysis for developing follow-up defense strategies.
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Published By: Citrix Systems     Published Date: Nov 10, 2014
Measurable performance is a key factor when selecting an Application Delivery Controller(ADC) solution for modern data centers. In this report, Tolly evaluates the performance of several Citrix NetScaler ADC models vs. that of comparable products. Learn how NetScaler fared and provided up to 480% the performance of F5.
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Citrix Systems
Published By: Citrix Systems     Published Date: Nov 10, 2014
Today’s enterprises face new requirements for their datacenter and cloud architectures, from keeping pace cost-effectively with fast-growing traffic to ensuring optimal application performance no matter how quickly business needs or the enterprise environment evolve. At the same time, IT must reduce costs and datacenter sprawl, ensure security and uptime, and prepare for a new generation of cloud computing initiatives. While many Application Delivery Controller (ADC) solutions promise to meet demanding customer needs, the reality often falls short. Taking a closer look at the available options and how they measure up against the criteria that matter most, it becomes clear that NetScaler beats the competition—providing better performance and scalability than F5 Networks, Inc.
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Published By: Citrix Systems     Published Date: Nov 10, 2014
For the first time in several years, there has been a sharp increase in denial of service (DOS) attacks. In the past, these attacks have been directed at the networks of large companies. Now we are seeing the emergence of attacks targeting smaller companies and higher layers in the computing stack. Intruders are using low-bandwidth attacks disguised as legitimate transactions to bypass firewalls and basic intrusion prevention measures. Organizations need a better way to combat and prevent these attacks, and the right ADC can provide the solution. Learn how Citrix NetScaler can help protect against DOS attacks in the report, Citrix NetScaler: A Powerful Defense Against DOS Attacks (link).
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Published By: CDW     Published Date: Jun 10, 2013
Nothing puts your organization at risk like weak network security. We’ve got the people, processes and partners to deploy your first line of defense.
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Published By: McAfee     Published Date: Jan 23, 2013
Stopping denial of service attacks is imperative for business continuity, but the complexities of these attacks makes protecting the service infrastructure that much harder. Read this white paper to understand why McAfee recommends an integrated and layered approach.
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McAfee
Published By: MX Logic     Published Date: May 21, 2008
Rootkits, Trojans, ransomware, Denial-of-Service and much more – this newly released white paper from MX Logic covers the everchanging security threat landscape. Learn what malicious intrusions are out there, how to identify them and how to keep your network safe.
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MX Logic
Published By: MX Logic     Published Date: May 21, 2008
In this recent report, the Aberdeen Group’s research revealed that 100% of Best-in-Class companies consume some managed security services as part of their security strategy. The most widely deployed and easiest to implement managed security service is email security.
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Published By: Panda Security     Published Date: Jan 16, 2008
A new white paper from Panda Security discusses the new breed of silent online threats that can bypass traditional antivirus programs and penetrate even the most highly 'protected' networks.  Additionally, the sheer volume of malware has overwhelmed the antivirus industry as a whole. Collective Intelligence is a new global security model specifically designed to combat the next evolution of malicious code.
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Panda Security
Published By: Panda Security     Published Date: Feb 27, 2008
E-mail is the primary communication tool upon which every business and corporation depends.  This communication source is also the battleground where cybercriminals use sophisticated email infiltration-techniques to propagate malware and attack corporate networks.
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Published By: ESET     Published Date: Jan 21, 2010
Bots and botnets suck, so what better teaching aid to help people understand them than a vacuum cleaner? It can be extremely challenging to attempt to explain technical concepts to non-technical people. There are two goals for this presentation. Click on this white paper to read about it.
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eset, internet security, bots, botnets, national cybersecurity alliance, roomba, remote access tool, denial of service attack, safe computing
    
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Published By: McAfee     Published Date: Apr 25, 2014
Estimating the cost of malicious cyberactivities is complicated. But the real issue is how it affects trade, technology, and economic competition. This in-depth report takes a look at the scope of the problem and what factors determine the real cost of cybercrime.
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cybercrime, cyberespionage, data loss, intellectual property loss, reputational damage, security costs, commercial espionage, business confidential information, denial of service attacks, pilferage, security, it management
    
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Published By: HP     Published Date: Aug 04, 2010
Virtualization is moving to the mainstream and may soon be overtaking non-virtualized environments as a method for deploying applications. Does this broad adoption of virtualization, though, make network security easier or more difficult to achieve? While responses to this question are still highly varied, one thing is certain: most companies still have no clear and definite security policy for their virtual environments.
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Published By: Trend Micro SaaS     Published Date: Oct 08, 2008
According to experts at TrendLabs, spam now makes up close to 95% of all email and continues to grow. In the first three months of 2008 spam rates almost doubled over rates observed at the end of 2007 and TrendLabs predicts that average daily spam volumes will increase by 30 to 50 billion messages per day within the year.1 As spam continues to grow at dramatic rates, traditional on-premise email security products are failing to keep up. This limitation is one of the primary reasons that IDC predicts demand for hosted security solutions -also known as SaaS (Software as a Service) solutions-will grow by more than 30% annually through 2012.2 For context, the growth rate for hosted email security is projected to be more than eight times that of the traditional software email security market, and more than 60% faster than appliance-based email security solutions.
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Trend Micro SaaS
Published By: Trend Micro SaaS     Published Date: Feb 09, 2009
Today's confidentiality and privacy requirements drive organizations of all sizes and industries to secure sensitive data in email. Often particular types of data need to be encrypted, such as credit card numbers, intellectual property, or client information. Organizations also need to protect confidential emails for particular groups, such as executive management, human resources or legal departments. Many organizations are turning to policy-based encryption to meet their encryption needs because it automatically encrypts data using content filtering rules that identify types of content or email for particular groups. Encryption is applied when the rules are triggered. With policy-based encryption, organizations avoid relying on individual users to secure important content.
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Trend Micro SaaS
Published By: Trend Micro SaaS     Published Date: Sep 22, 2009
Alfred Ashley Group helps small businesses overcome the daunting prospect of buying, installing, and managing computer and telephone system solutions. Building in best-in-class and cost-effective security is vital for meeting customer expectations and achieving the company's revenue and profit goals.
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Trend Micro SaaS
Published By: Trend Micro SaaS     Published Date: Feb 20, 2009
Hosted, or "in-the-cloud", messaging security capabilities are becoming increasingly popular with organizations of all sizes. Some have already adopted hosted services, while others are becoming more receptive to the notion of using third party services to manage their security infrastructure than they were just a year ago. Particularly driven by the current economic recession, decision makers are realizing that hosted email security can provide a cost-effective solution while actually improving security.
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Trend Micro SaaS
Published By: Trend Micro SaaS     Published Date: Dec 17, 2008
All businesses face a daily bombardment of email spam that consumes valuable IT staff time as well as end-user productivity. In addition, email is an attack vector for many types of security threats to businesses, including phishing, viruses, spyware, and malicious URLs. Given that all businesses are experiencing the financial pressures of a tightening world economy, coupled with the uncertainty of any near-term recovery, small and medium-sized business (SMB) managers are searching for ways to cut costs while continuing to maintain a consistent level of service and protection for their businesses.
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