One universal priority among government agencies is the need to continuously improve security and achieve and maintain compliance. The cyberthreat landscape continues to grow not only in volume, but also variety of threats. Agencies have to rethink how they counter these threats; as traditional methods are no longer sufficient. Access control and continuous endpoint security are critical in this new and evolving situation. Download this solution brief to learn how ForeScout CounterACT can help with your agency’s cybersecurity programs
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Enterprises and service providers need to secure the core of the network and defend against these threats from the inside. But this isn’t easy. Download this ebook to learn how to harness context-aware security to combat threats.
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Despite attempts to pivot from outdated security methodologies, legacy antivirus continues to fail in preventing security breaches on the endpoint. Although AV satisfies many regulatory, governance and compliance requirements by layering on multiple products, it saddles organizations with hidden costs while providing questionable security value.
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Early detection, rapid response, and collaboration to mitigate advanced threats imposes significant demands on today’s enterprise security teams. Reporting and monitoring logs and security events is no longer enough. Access this whitepaper to learn how to improve your organization’s security posture by using Splunk as your SIEM.
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Security experts are becoming increasingly concerned about the accelerating pace of change, and sophistication, in the global cyber threat landscape. Better understand the impacts of these cyber threats on State and Local Government and how you can overcome them.
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The Trump administration is moving to further ramp up the federal government's cybersecurity policies and capabilities with the release of the first cybersecurity executive order on Strengthening the Cybersecurity of Federal Networks and Critical Infrastructure in May 2017, taking the risk management approach to the next level. Learn how to get your agency up to speed and what you need to do to find the right solution in choosing the best way forward.
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Federal security managers expect that most federally run systems are actively engaging with FISMA compliance for protecting federal data and systems. However, federal information does not remain only in federally operated systems. Data and IT systems connect via the internet and other networks for business, operations and research. Information about citizens, banking and finance, research and development, and many other federal connected systems transmit data outside the federal networks—and their security compliance standards. So it makes sense that FISMA would adapt to address more than the original scope of perceived threats and specifically address systems and data security that inter-agency networks, vendors, contracts and supply chain puts at risk.
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