IBM Security: Cloud &nbsp;IBM protects cloud environments with cloud security strategies and a comprehensive portfolio of solutions. These security solutions span the entire cloud lifecycle and all security domains &ndash; including identity and access management, application and data security, infrastructure protection and security intelligence for the cloud. How IBM Helps Secure the Cloud IBM Security helps customers secure public, private and hybrid clouds. With IBM Security customers can manage user access to cloud applications and protect the data that lives in the cloud. Customers can use IBM Security products like QRadar to gain full visibility into security threats facing their organization.For more information, please visit http://ibm.co/1zlRM6Y Cloud Security Insights with Rich Mogull of Securosis In this video, Rich Mogull, analyst and CEO of Securosis, discusses the challenges businesses and security leaders face when making this transition to the cloud. Topics addressed include understanding how moving to cloud forces customers to change how they do security as well as how cloud disrupts organizations’ existing security operations.To learn more, please visit http://ibm.co/1DwamZk Cloud Security: How to Do It Right Are you considering a move into the cloud, or do you want to improve security of the cloud you already have? Then you'll want to listen to this video and learn from the experts. Featuring IBM VP of Security Strategy Marc van Zadelhoff and VP/Principal Analyst Andras Char at Forrester Research, the video discusses the top concerns organizations have for cloud security and how to manage them. Marc and Andras provide a short overview of the various components of cloud security, how they work together to safeguard cloud environments, and how IBM's portfolio can strengthen overall cloud security. To see the full interview, please visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wTNmCDEdXVEFor more information, visit http://ibm.co/cLouD Implementing Cloud Security with IBM Security Solutions This video provides insight into the capabilities needed for implementing cloud security. Information related to solutions for protecting cloud workloads that is suitable to your enterprise is provided. The need for having an integrated approach that helps in developing security intelligence to proactively defend the cloud and be ahead of advanced threats, is discussed.To know more about IBM Cloud Security: http://ibm.co/Wi6P2J Learn more about IBM Security: http://ibm.co/ibmsecurity White Paper: See Clearly In The Cloud With Threat Aware Identity And Access Management
Organizations of all sizes and types find a lot to like about cloud computing, including greater operational efficiencies and lower costs than with traditional IT deployments. However, many still have lingering concerns about reduced visibility into cloud infrastructure, less control over security policies, new threats against shared environments and the complexity of demonstrating compliance.
Security, though critically important, should not be an inhibitor to the adoption of cloud computing. A comprehensive and dynamic approach to cloud security can help organizations manage access, protect data and gain visibility across the cloud environment.
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Four imperatives to safeguard your move to cloud and reduce risk
White Paper: Supporting The Zero Trust Model Of Information Security
In today’s new threat landscape, building a strong perimeter based on a hierarchical network design is no longer an effective approach to security. Notions of “trust but verify” are outdated and extremely vulnerable to a plethora of cyberattacks. Cybercriminals have found a multitude of ways to infiltrate the wall you have built, sometimes using malicious insiders in positions of trust in your network.
IBM Security: Data &nbsp;IBM data protection solutions help prevent data loss while classifying sensitive data, assessing vulnerabilities, ensuring compliance and managing access. Our holistic approach secures structured, unstructured, online and offline data; offers lower storage and management costs; and defends against internal and external attacks while ensuring regulatory compliance. Common Customer Trends for Data Security and Protection Data security professionals are tasked with what appears to be a daunting security challenge to protect sensitive data across a broad infrastructure. Data no longer just resides in databases and on-premise data repositories. Data is moving in real time across traditional data sources, file systems to big data platforms and cloud. Where do you place your data security bets? Where do you put protections in place?View this video to learn the most common trends for data security and protection; and how automated data protections can help to stop suspicious activities, speed business insights and growth.To learn more, please visit http://ibmsec.co/UNWYw Smarter Mainframe Data Security The value of data has skyrocketed and with it the threats to data security. Mainframes often host mission critical data hubs due to its highly secure, high speed encryption and protection capabilities. Mainframes provide an ideal platform for securely collaborating and sharing data with production, cloud, mobile and big data analytic applications. Discover the 4 steps to effective information governance and the corresponding comprehensive integrated security solutions offered by IBM Guardium, RACF, zSecure and QRadar. Learn how IBM provides smarter mainframe data security to help you protect your crown jewels.For more information, please visit: http://ibm.co/1GymqAq and http://ibm.co/1eR3JeiPlease read our white paper: Four steps to smarter mainframe data security at http://ibm.co/1IKHSl3 Good Guys Collaborate with IBM Security X-Force Exchange In just one month after its launch, more than 1,000 organizations have joined the IBM X-Force Exchange. Now they're consuming, sharing and collaborating within this worldwide view of threat intelligence,helping them to quickly identify malicious, sophisticated cybercrime campaigns.For more information, please visit http://bit.ly/1IrvwLu IBM Security Guardium: Analyze, Protect, Adapt Data is the heart of your business and criminals understand its value – and want it. With 70% of your company’s value residing in intellectual property such as customer data, product designs, sales information, proprietary algorithms, communications, and more; you need to find a way to protect it. Damaging security incidents involve loss or illicit modification or destruction of sensitive data, yet many security programs forget to protect the data that runs the business. Guardium protects the sensitive data at the heart of your business - wherever it resides.With Guardium you can:Analyze: Automatically discover critical data and uncover riskProtect: Complete protection for sensitive data, including compliance automationAdapt: Seamlessly handle changes within your IT environmentTo learn more, please visit http://ibmsec.co/UNYht IBM InfoSphere Guardium: Turn big data environments into a highly secure platform for growth IBM InfoSphere Guardium software takes an integrated, holistic approach to data security and privacy that brings together key technologies and strategies to transform big data environments into highly secure platforms for growth. Infographic Overome The Mounting Threats Of Your Sensitive Data
The data security landscape is more challenging than ever. How can you keep up? IBM® Security Guardium® has the tools you need for comprehensive data protection.
Forrester Infographic The Total Economic Impact of IBM Security Guardium
Forrester worked with IBM to analyze the total economic impact that Guardium has on a number of its customers, who shared that Guardium was selected because:
-Guardium helps secure and protect organizations’ sensitive data across their entire environment.
- Guardium enabled the organizations meet compliance reporting and auditing requirements.
- Guardium provides improved visibility into sensitive data that the organizations did not have in their previous environments.
- IBM is a trusted leader in the data security and compliance space
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Data security presents a complex challenge to organizations. Not only is it a concern for them, but customers are more aware about the security of their data. The value of customer data has increased exponentially over time, but with it comes an increase in potential liability and exposure. Combine this with the rapid growth of data within organizations’ environments, the complexity of regulations and compliance across industries, and the threat of internal and external attacks, and it highlights the importance of creating a successful enterprise security and compliance strategy. Additionally, companies are struggling to understand how to proactively monitor and control user access privileges, and they often lack the visibility into what data is at risk, which can lead to potentially devastating security threats.
Ponemon Institute Report Cost Of Data Breach Study Global Analysis
2014 will be remembered for such highly publicized mega breaches as Sony Pictures Entertainment and JPMorgan Chase & Co. Sony suffered a major online attack that resulted in employees’ personal data and corporate correspondence being leaked. The JPMorgan Chase & Co. data breach affected 76 million households and seven million small businesses.
eBook Three Guiding Principles To Improve Data Security And Compliance
A holistic approach to data protection for a complex threat landscape
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Data security presents a multi-dimensional challenge where complex environments that include a wide range of heterogeneous database management systems (DBMS), enterprise applications, OS platforms with multiple access paths and permission levels have resulted in a seemingly endless array of security threats and violation scenarios.
eBook Four Steps To A Proactive Big Data Security And Privacy Strategy
Elevate data security to the boardroom agenda
eBook Manage Compliance And Protect Enterprise Data
Meeting compliance requirements by auditing and protecting enterprise information
eBook Top Tips For Big Data Security
Why big data doesn’t have to lead to a big headache
IBM Guardium and QRadar Integration Joe DiPietro from IBM Security provides an overview of the integration between the Guardium Database Activity Monitor and IBM QRadar SIEM (Security Information Event Management).
IBM Security: Mobile &nbsp;BM MobileFirst Protect, formerly MaaS360, is a secure and comprehensive enterprise mobility management (EMM) platform that quickly and seamlessly deploys devices, delivers productivity apps and enables secure content collaboration on personal or corporateowned smartphones and tablets. How to Conquer the Challenge of Securing Mobile Devices Our mobile devices possess a wealth of personal and business information. In a rapidly evolving mobile world, employees access business networks from their personal smartphones, leaving organizations susceptible to security threats. IBM MobileFirst Security tackles these challenges by providing security that extends from the mobile device to the data living on it. Learn how to minimize your organization's risks while successfully operating in today's mobile business world.Learn more about IBM Security: http://ibm.co/ibmsecurity Latest articles: http://securityintelligence.com Secure Mobile Applications for the Enterprise As mobile becomes a primary computing platform for the enterprise, every business function will mobilize core operations through apps. Enterprise IT must protect the corporate data in the apps while preserving the end user experience.MaaS360 Application Security helps mobile application developers embed enterprise-grade security in their applications. IT administrators can then containerize these apps and control the corporate data in the apps via policies. Listen to Anar Taori discuss: - Managing the full app lifecycle - Deploying mobile apps in your organization - Real life use case: MaaS360 Worklight Integration Protect Against Malware with Mobile Threat Management The enterprise is at a critical juncture where advanced cyber-attacks targeting mobile users are now threatening both corporate and personal information on a daily basis.To reduce risk of data leakage and protect against malicious activity, organizations need a comprehensive approach to deliver the highest levels of mobile security and management, while maximizing productivity. With enterprise mobility management and advanced malware protection, organizations are ensured the best 1-2 punch combination to prevent these threats.Listen to Mobile Security MaaSters Ryan Segar and Jimmy Tsang as they highlight how to implement a layered defense to tackle mobile hackers and share the key benefits of the Mobile Threat Management, including: - Central console for real-time views security vulnerabilities - Security configuration settings and monitoring - Mobile malware detection and remediation - Enhanced jailbreak and root detection - Automated actions to remediate mobile security risks Tackling Mobile Security with a Layered Defense Use of mobile devices in the enterprise has forced those in charge of maintaining the integrity of business networks to consider new security strategies and new tools. All the old assumptions about how to protect endpoints have been under challenge. For one thing, IT often has little or no say over the type of device connecting to the network – let alone what applications are being deployed or what other resources users are connecting with. Plus, workers are ever more resistant to rules and regulations. Consequently, the threat picture continues to only grow. We examine the most recent developments in the area of mobility and find out some programs that are showing some positive inroads. David Lingenfelter has over 20yrs experience with risk management, information security, compliance, policy development and currently heads security and compliance at Fiberlink Communications. David has managed projects to get Fiberlink SAS70-Type2, SOC2 Type2 audits and FISMA authorization. David is an active member of Cloud Security Alliance and NIST Cloud working group. Report: The State Of Mobile Application Security
We are pleased to present the findings of The State of Mobile Application Insecurity sponsored by IBM. The purpose of this research is to understand how companies are reducing the risk of unsecured mobile apps in the workplace.
White Paper: The Productivity Transformation Secure Content Collaboration On The Go
In this paper we’ll explore the rapid workplace productivity transformation of securing enterprise content so employees can use smartphones and tablets to run all business from the palms of their hands.
As more people use mobile devices to work, what are the key elements of an Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solution that successfully allow content creation, editing, sharing, syncing and pushing to mobile devices? We’ll answer that question as well as provide industry specific scenarios and tips to help you satisfy C-level productivity demands balanced with IT security and usability requirements.
White Paper: Moblize Your Corporate Content And Apps
In this white paper, you will learn how to:
• Enable secure mobile access to corporate data without an on-device VPN
• Mobilize SharePoint, Windows File Share and all your intranet sites
• Protect sensitive corporate data with robust security policies and DLP controls
• Provide mobile access without requiring changes to your network or firewall security configuration
• Allow users to collaborate at anytime, anywhere, from their personal devices
White Paper: Enterprise Mobility Management
The boundaries between working “in the office,” “on the road,” or “at home” have been blurred by the untethered power of smartphones, tablets, and other portable devices. Employees expect the flexibility to work on the devices they choose, and employers have come to expect always-on availability. That business requirement often conflicts with those in charge of securing corporate networks and data. In some organizations, this has led to the draconian answer “no.” But today those responses are few and far between. The norm today is, “It depends.” One also can’t forget the microcosm of different departments within an organization, which yet again causes great debate on how much access is needed, balanced against how to protect sensitive data.
IBM Security Spotlight IBM&reg; Security solutions help detect, address, and prevent security breaches through integrated hardware and software solutions. Powered by deep analytics and trusted IBM Security expertise, our robust portfolio of comprehensive, scalable industry-leading tools delivers unparalleled security intelligence with reduced complexity and lower maintenance costs. IBM Films presents: Hacked When it comes to identifying and remediating breaches, time is of the essence. Organizations need to fix problems in minutes before they become major business disruptions.IBM BigFix helps clients bridge the gap between security and IT operations with common tooling and reporting for the continuous compliance of security, operational and regulatory policies. It's a proven, cost-effective approach to ensure continuous compliance and real-time incident response across all endpoints--on and off the network.For more information, please visit http://ibm.co/1Nj3CCV IBM Security: A New Way to Think IBM offers a new way to think with a multi-layered approach to security. IBM is helping protect against new and complex challenges including: New Ways to Optimize your current investment in IT Security, How to Stop Advanced Threats, Protecting your Critical Assets and Safeguarding Cloud and Mobile technology. Watch this video for a brief overview and find out more at http://ibm.co/19qqijH Top 5 Database Security Tips with IBM CEO Ginni Rometty - THINK Forum Ginni Rometty, Chairman, President and CEO of IBM shares her top 5 practical tips for database security during the 2014 IBM THINK Forum. Visit http://ibm.co/1xlUbMR for more about the 2014 IBM THINK Forum. As security threats and attacks increase each year, database security is a key component of overall business security. To ensure your business is addressing appropriate security essentials, here are five practical tips: 1. Increase the security IQ of employees 2. Enable a response team to quickly address problems as they arise 3. Secure the workplace for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) 4. Identify and protect the crown jewels of the business 5. Think of security as a big data problemSubscribe to the IBM YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/1UXBIlJThe world is becoming smarter everyday, join the conversation at #IBMThink:https://www.youtube.com/IBM https://www.google.com/+IBMhttps://www.facebook.com/IBMhttps://www.twitter.com/ibm https://www.linkedin.com/company/ibm Using IBM X-Force Exchange to Simplify Security Decision Making In an era of information overload, security teams are struggling to make threat intelligence from multiple sources actionable. Find how the new IBM X-Force Exchange platform from IBM Security simplifies the process, allowing teams to quickly gain access to threat indicators from trusted sources while confidently collaborating with peers on a secure platform. Watch the video to learn more, and then try the platform at http://bit.ly/1IrvwLu.For more information on X-Force, please visit http://ibm.co/1Irw5oA White Paper: IBM Security A New Way
We live in a golden age of information. Advances in data science, analytics and smart networks are helping produce breakthroughs across a range of endeavors—how doctors treat disease, students learn, and businesses innovate, to name just a few.
But a new breed of criminal—the cyber attacker—is poisoning the well. Invisible, patient and deliberate, these intruders electronically tunnel into an organization’s network and computers, blending in with the environment so they’re not noticed. Then, when the time is right, they steal sensitive data such as credit card numbers, trade secrets and personal information. They cause enormous damage—one estimate puts the annual cost of cybercrime at more than USD400 billion.1 This is more than just a group of amateur hackers.
This is a fundamental shift in the nature of organized crime that could destroy the progress reaped from the revolution in computing, software and connectivity. It’s a new kind of threat that demands innovative thinking about security.
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