Understanding how to build a thorough, step-by-step incident response plan can be the difference between a quick recovery and the end of your business. If and when a breach occurs, your business will be asked how you prepared for an incident. Creating a detailed analysis of how your company prepares for a threat, responds in the moment, and learns from the experience puts you one step ahead, and ready for anything.
The consequences of non-compliance with regulations such as PCI-DSS and HIPAA are increasingly serious, while achieving compliance is only becoming more difficult because of dynamic workloads and hybrid IT environments. How can micro-segmentation make compliance easy again?
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Rapid digital transformation is a huge competitive advantage in today’s fast-paced business world, but it’s often at odds with best-in-class security protocol. By moving security earlier in the development and testing process, you can embrace the benefits of agility for your business.
As the transition to hybrid cloud models progresses, it is easy for organizations to overlook the extent to which this change magnifies the size of their attack surface. To effectively reduce attack surface in hybrid cloud environments, a micro-segmentation solution must apply policies consistently across disparate data center and cloud environments and a mix of operating systems and deployment models.
File integrity monitoring is an internal control that examines files to see the way that they change, and is essential for breach detection, giving you the granular, real-time information on every change to your files, including the who, what, where and when.
Using application-centric micro-segmentation to perform application segmentation ensures that security visibility and policy controls keep pace with rapid changes to both the environment and the applications running in it.
An attack vector is the way that an adversary can gain unauthorized access to your network or devices. What should smart businesses look out for, and how can they protect themselves against these increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks and threats?