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  1. Cybersecurity Trends For 2017: Greater Threats, Greater Defense Tactics
    12/15/2016

    Things got serious for IT security in 2016. Sure, there were the usual attacks we’ve gotten used to seeing in the news, like distributed denial of service (DDoS) outages. By Fadi Albatal, senior vice president of marketing, Above Security

  2. Healthcare Organizations Shouldn’t Go It Alone When It Comes To Meeting Mandates For User-Friendly Patient Portals
    12/14/2016

    Offering a warm, honest bedside manner has always been a priority for quality medical professionals. By Alaaeldin El-Nattar, COO, Rivet Logic

  3. Reinventing The Channel: 5 Top Emerging Trends
    12/13/2016

    While it has always been incumbent upon a manufacturer to keep pace with changes in technology to ensure success of its channel partners, the challenge to do so has never been greater. By Stephanie Dismore, Vice President & General Manager, U.S. Channels at HP Inc.

  4. If Orange Is The New Black, Then Detection Is The New Prevention
    12/12/2016

    Today, it’s fashionable to be called detection and leave behind the vestiges of a security model built entirely around prevention. By Jason Matlof, Executive Vice President, LightCyber

  5. A Guide To Avoid Being A Crypto Ransomware Victim
    12/9/2016

    Over 15 Practical Things You Can Do To Protect Your Organization and Data.

  6. Smarter Cybersecurity™ Solutions
    12/9/2016

    Perhaps more than any other type of software solution a reseller can offer to its customers, endpoint security products are characterized by a huge gap between their minimal purchase prices and the enormous costs they can entail for clients if they fail to work properly. The financial benefits of retailing cybersecurity solutions are modest (typical direct purchase prices are $24/year per seat, with VAR cost roughly $12), while the potential losses suffered by a VAR’s customer due to malware infections can be devastating.

  7. Why You Need Web And Endpoint Security To Protect Your Organization
    12/9/2016

    Using the Internet today is the single greatest risk factor to your employees’ devices becoming infected and your network being breached. It’s become especially risky for any organization with a highly mobile workforce, which these days is most of us. Recent research by Forrester 1 showed 60% of employees working from home a few times per month and 38% at least one day or more by week in organizations with over 1,000 employees. The risks from web usage are so high that security and risk professionals deem it critical that a secure web gateway should be an essential first line of defense.

  8. Why Your Next-generation Firewall Protection Isn’t Enough
    12/9/2016

    Enterprise security organizations face a daily onslaught of external attacks. According to a recent survey by IBM X-Force and Verizon’s 2014 Data Breach Report, 92% of attacks are being perpetrated by outsiders (Figure 1). Because of this, organizations have to focus on how these attacks successfully penetrate their network perimeter security defenses.

  9. Data Backup & Recovery: How Big Data Has Changed Things & What Decision-Makers Need To Do About It
    12/9/2016

    Today, companies in all sectors have a massive demand for data. To succeed, they must be able to take in a large amount of data and process it in real-time with no room for delays, lags, or hiccups. As the demand for efficiency and fast processing times has risen, companies around the world have been forced to move beyond the relational databases of yesteryear and into new, more capable data processing methods.

  10. Protect Your Clients From Holiday Hacking
    12/8/2016

    Now that the holiday season has arrived, the shopping frenzy has begun with retailers offering not-to-be-missed deals shoppers searching online — both at home and on their work devices — for the best deals. But it’s not only consumers gearing up for the buying season. Cybercriminals are entering their busiest time of year, preying on people’s rush to snap up holiday savings anywhere they can.