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CISO's Investigate: Endpoint Security
The rise of the cloud and mobile computing has rapidly changed the nature of enterprise cybersecurity. The old paradigm, where all work was done behind a company firewall, has been breaking down.
The rise of the cloud and mobile computing has rapidly changed the nature of enterprise cybersecurity. The old paradigm, where all work was done behind a company firewall, has been breaking down.
 
Employees work not just at the office, but also on the road and at home, on mobile devices and on their own personal computers. The result is a much larger attack surface, one that is hard to protect with traditional approaches - and one that is growing faster than ever before as users adopt new types of devices, new applications, and new services. Often, companies don't even know all the tools that their employees are using.
 
At the same time, the potential threats that enterprises are facing have grown significantly in variety, capabilities, and size.  Today’s malware, once it gets a foothold, can spread quickly.  As a result, the damage caused by the attacks has also been increasing at a staggering pace, with ransomware alone reportedly crossing the $1 billion revenue threshold in 2016.
In this new age of cyberwar, endpoint devices are the front line.
 
In this valuable and informative report, leading security experts examine the new tools that they have at their disposal, including next generation endpoint protection.
Disaster Recovery Strategies with Scale Computing
Disaster recovery is a concept that asks the question, “How can an organization survive and respond to a wide variety of threats ranging from small hiccups to catastrophic destruction?” The threats to ongoing operations range from human error to malicious attacks to natural disasters. Organizations need to prepare in ways that involve both human and technological response. Technology is an important part of any organization. At Scale Computing, we recognize that in today’s 24/7 marketplace, IT i
Disaster recovery is a concept that asks the question, “How can an organization survive and respond to a wide variety of threats ranging from small hiccups to catastrophic destruction?” The threats to ongoing operations range from human error to malicious attacks to natural disasters. Organizations need to prepare in ways that involve both human and technological response. Technology is an important part of any organization. At Scale Computing, we recognize that in today’s 24/7 marketplace, IT infrastructure must be both resilient and highly available to keep organizations operational.

In our HC3 architecture, keeping in mind our typical simplicity and ease of use, we have built-in a number of disaster recovery capabilities. These allow our users to recover quickly from a variety of disasters that may affect anywhere from a single file to an entire site. Disaster recovery is often planned for and measured in terms of recovery point objective (RPO) and recovery time objective (RTO). HC3 provides features to achieve both RPO and RTO measured in minutes to minimize both downtime and data loss.
Security Analytics and Change Control in the Modern Data Center
In this Uila sponsored white paper, Nick Howell and James Green talks about challenges in security and change control in a modern data center environment.

Security is the No. 1 concern on many IT executives’ minds these days. With the rampant data leaks, breaches, and ransomware attacks in recent years, it’s no wonder that IT leaders walk on eggshells when it comes to changing anything regarding infrastructure, access, or security.

Infrastructure sprawl and complexity has made the challenge of security and managing changes to the environment more difficult to stay on top of than ever.

Read this white paper to get insights into the security and change control issues of the Modern Data Center.