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Surviving DDoS Attacks
Solutions That Can Help Protect from the Increasing Frequency, Scale, and Sophistication of Web Attacks In the last week the largest publicly announced attack in Internet history occurred when Spamhaus, an organization which identifies and tracks spam senders and services, was hit with a huge wave of digital traffic that took down their website. This event highlights the need for enterprise organizations to protect their DNS infrastructure fro...
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Attain Network Security for the Unknown...
Do you know what IT security threats are trying to get into your organization, or even worse, are already inside? Do you need to speed up security investigations from days to seconds? Today's security teams are being strained to the limit, doing more with less while defending against threats that are more numerous, advanced, and difficult to detect.Splunk software captures and monitors security and “non-security” machine data in re...
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Got Sensitive Data? What Are You Doing...
Being able to efficiently discover and mask all sensitive data across an agency is critical for compliance and regulatory reasons. The weekly reports of sensitive information being breached are startling. “Data Breach: An Executive Guide to Data Breaches in 2012”, published in February by the Open Security Foundation states there were 2,644 data breaches in 2012 alone!Very recently, a major credit-reporting agency suffered a break...
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Government and Salesforce: Reaping the...
As the government embraces the Cloud First policy, Salesforce has become an imperative tool for many agencies. The benefits of adopting Salesforce and Force.com are indisputable: they enable employees to access applications and data from anywhere and allow them to share data with other agencies and constituents. Ensuring that the data is fully secure, however, presents new challenges for government IT and business leaders. View our complimenta...
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The NSA's 'Two-Man Rule' and Trust in Y...
The insider threat has come into greater focus in the wake of Edward Snowden’s admission that he leaked government secrets. The director of the NSA, Gen. Keith B. Alexander, said his agency would institute “a two-man rule” that would limit the ability of each of its 1,000 system administrators to gain unfettered access to the entire system, writes the New York Times. “The scariest threat is the systems administrator,...
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The Freedom to Go - A Secure Workspace...
Over the last decade technological advancements have minimized the need for employees to be as physically present in a traditional office setting. The nature of work has shifted away from four walls to a highly mobile, globally dispersed, and technologically diverse landscape. How can your agency embrace the new mobile workforce without compromising security? View our complimentary on-demand webcast to learn about the IronKey W500 Workspace -...
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Protecting Your PII from an APT via Dat...
Traditional perimeter security is failing. The risk caused by Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) shows no sign of easing and every business is in its path. One of the richest data targets is the personally identifiable information that affects government personnel, contractors, and our citizens. One key ingredient of APTs is obtaining access to privileged user accounts. This fundamental flaw in distributed systems enables attackers to compromi...
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APTs, Viruses, and Zero-Days Seen as Bi...
Cyber attacks have changed dramatically over just a few years. Broad, scattershot attacks designed for mischief have been replaced by attacks that are advanced, targeted, stealthy, and persistent. A compelling new survey reveals the growing concern of the advanced persistent threat (APT) against government organizations. Join FireEye and Carahsoft for a live webcast to gain insight and useful information from your government colleagues across...
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