White Paper: Lastline
Today’s sophisticated malware is a major culprit in many of the rampant cybersecurity incidents. Unfortunately for organizations, advanced malware is getting harder to detect.
Malware assaults are so common that many IT managers admit that their enterprise networks are likely to experience a cyberattack at some point because their conventional security systems cannot effectively neutralize the latest malware.
Traditional malware detection technologies are unable to see what’s going on inside the operating system, or in the kernel that the operating system relies on.
In such scenario an advanced malware protection approach is required to enable deep content inspection of all objects and to detect even the most evasive malware.
Market overview on advanced malware: detection, protection, and remediation
Why conventional sandbox technologies don’t protect your network
Common evasion methods used by malware authors to avoid detection
Identifying particular domains that are known to send advanced malware
Choosing an advanced malware protection solution to prevent mass-distributed malware infections and detect legacy threats
By: Qualys [NASDAQ: QLYS]
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By: I-Sprint Innovations
In the digital era, financial institutions need to meet and exceed the expectations of a new generation tech savvy users with digital broadband access to on-demand cloud-based services via a wide range of mobile devices. In order to earn customers’ trust and confidence in their digital channels, financial institutions will have to secure identity and manage cross-channel access while leveraging mobility and the cloud. This whitepaper provides insights on how financial institutions can secure identity and data in a hyper-connected world where the data center perimeter has blurred and the enterprise attack surface has radically expanded with increased cloud adoption and mobility. Case studies illustrating how financial institutions are implementing prudent steps to engage customers across multiple channels Ultimate aim of the omni-channel initiatives Emerging methods of authentication How to boost security and compliance while ensuring differentiated customer experience in omni-channel service delivery
What is Information Security ?
Information Security or InfoSec is the practice of protecting electronic data or information from unauthorized access. It is maintained by a set of strategies to manage the processes and tools to document, detect, prevent and counter threats to confidential digital information. These objectives ensure that data is protected in all of its forms and private information is not disclosed to unauthorized parties and grant access to the data when required to specific users.
What is Malware ?
Malware is an abbreviation for ‘malicious software.” It is used as an umbrella term to refer to worm, spyware, rootkit, trojan, virus and other threats to a computer system. These are basically software designed to damage a computer system(s) and/ or steal data. Yisrael Radai in the year 1990 coined the term malware, which was earlier referred to as virus. Malware are infamous for breaking into computer systems, exhibit unwanted advertisements, and gather confidential information.
What is Cyber Infrastructure ?
Cyber Infrastructure is a term that typically refers to IT systems that provide advanced technological and sociological solutions to the problem of efficiently connecting laboratories, data, computers and people enabling derivation of scientific theories and knowledge. Cyber Infrastructure consists of computing systems, data storage systems, advanced instruments and data repositories all linked together by high performance networks to improve research productivity and enable breakthrough otherw