• TLS/SSL: Where Are We Today?

    TLS/SSL: Where Are We Today?

    Download Encryption keeps data confidential, but we're left unprotected from threats that may be embedded in the data.In fact, encryption actually conceals these threats and adds network performance burdens for organizations that wish to inspect encrypted traffic.
  • Google Gets Rid of 1.7 Billion Bad Ads

    Google Gets Rid of 1.7 Billion Bad Ads

    7 billion bad advertisements from its various sites in 2016, more than double the prior year's totals.The company detected and disabled more than 112 million of those ads -- six times more than the year before.
  • The Blind State of Rising SSL/TLS Traffic

    The Blind State of Rising SSL/TLS Traffic

    Download Security solutions designed to monitor network traffic to detect threats and prevent data leakage are becoming less effective as a result of the growing volume of bandwidth associated with cloud-based services and the rising amount of encrypted traffic.This whitepaper provides an overview of SSL/TLS as well as its current status in enterprise adoption and its impact on the enterprise IT.
  • Wireless, Telecom and Pay TV: The Future Is Coming Into Focus

    Wireless, Telecom and Pay TV: The Future Is Coming Into Focus

    AT&T has introduced mobile TV, tying its wireless TV with DirecTV, letting viewers watch programming on their smartphones or tablets anywhere in the United States, over the AT&T Mobility wireless network.Sprint, a wireless-only player, is turning into a growth company once again.
  • Ten Steps for Combating DDoS in Real Time Guide

    Ten Steps for Combating DDoS in Real Time Guide

    Download Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks are a top concern for many organizations today.A DDoS attack saturates a website, renders its services inoperable, and prevents legitimate clients from being able to connect to it.
  • Debunking the Top 4 Myths About DDoS

    Debunking the Top 4 Myths About DDoS

    Download DDoS attacks seem to constantly be in the news, continually evolving and growing in complexity.You may have heard about the big, volumetric attacks that took down Donald Trump's campaign website and Brazilian government sites during the Olympics.
  • Cyber-Security 2017 Predictions

    But more than just listing out predictions, we invested in reviewing and considering different strategies and practical tactics that businesses can readily adopt as they approach the security battlefield.These aren't necessarily the obvious tactics.
  • 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms

    2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms

    Download For the second year in a row, SentinelOne is recognized as a Visionary in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms and is now furthest to the right on the 2017 MQ!Download the full report to find out what makes SentinelOne a Visionary in the endpoint protection industry.
  • The Zero-Downtime Organization: How You Can Stop Your Endpoint Security Tools From Disrupting The Business

    Download For too long, the pursuit of endpoint security has often forced chief information security offers (CISOs) into becoming the barrier-to-business.As security professionals, you are acutely aware of the dangerous Internet landscape confronting your organizations - the phishing scams indistinguishable from legitimate business correspondence, the popular websites turned threat delivery vehicles, and so much more.
  • Essential FAQS To Combating Ransomware

    Download Ransomware has gone from a nickel & dime operation targeting individual computers to a multimillion dollar criminal operation targeting organizations that can afford to pay enterprise-level payments.In today's world every minute and even second, can be costly.
  • Trump's Not the Only One With a Phone Security Problem

    Trump's Not the Only One With a Phone Security Problem

    My question is, if the president is not secure using an ordinary phone for his primary wireless communications.Back then, he reluctantly turned in his personal BlackBerry for a specially secured phone with very limited functionality.