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  • Video: Incorporate SIM tools to stay compliant

    This resource outlines potential benefits of SIM and log analysis such as improvements in access control, data leak prevention and much more.

  • Compliance strategies for greater cyber security policies

    Access this expert e-guide to learn compliance strategies for greater cyber security policies. Find out why the best security strategy is a solid, prevention-focused internal security policy, how crafting your audit kit before compiling compliance procedures leads to more passed audits, and more.

  • Exploring cloud Security as a Service options

    There are a number of new cloud-based security products, to help mitigate today’s cloud computing risks. This tip examines Security-as-a-Service tools available and the key features that are most important in a cloud server security platform such as encryption, identity management, configuration and vulnerability management and more.

  • Risk Management: Safeguarding Against a World of Threats

    Access this expert e-book to discover all the different components that make up a comprehensive risk management policy. Uncover the importance of accurate risk management metrics, why governance, risk, and compliance are a unified framework, 4 components your risk management strategy may be missing, and more.

  • The Next Generation IPS

    Today’s organizations are faced with the growing challenge of advanced persistent threats (APTs). These attacks are more sophisticated and stealthier, using a variety of techniques to probe and gain access to high-value information. In this paper, uncover how to defend against APTs using a new innovative approach, Next Generation IPS.

  • Emerging PaaS security tactics

    Like all other cloud deployments, PaaS introduces some security concerns because of underlying security features that are beyond the customer’s control. This e-guide explores these challenges and lists security areas that can affect the risk profile of deployed applications, as well as offers key advice for mitigating risk.

  • Managing Cloud Computing Risk

    Have you done your best to reduce the risk of harm to your company in the event of a service interruption? In this e-guide by SearchCloudSecurity.com, gain expert insight on how to manage the risk of cloud outages as well as uncover a framework you can implement for evaluating cloud computing risk.

  • The Need for Cloud Computing Security Standards

    While cloud computing promises business advantages such as agility, efficiency, cost savings and more, many organizations are still hesitant to adopt for one prominent reason – security. In this expert e-guide uncover the driving need for cloud computing security standards and how this issue is being addressed.

  • Presentation Transcript: Balancing compliance with security

    This presentation transcript explores exactly what it means to be secure and compliant, as well as how security information management (SIM) can assist organizations in achieving both.

  • Improving regulatory compliance management through log analysis, SIM

    This E-Guide highlights the importance of log analysis and security information and event management (SIEM) in improving regulatory compliance management.

  • E-Guide: Securing the SIEM system: Control access, prioritize availability

    Given the vital role a security information and event management (SIEM) system plays in an organization’s security infrastructure, a compromised or crashed system can mean devastating consequences. This e-guide explores the serious implications of a corrupted SIEM system and offers helpful tips on how to secure them.

  • IT Decision Checklist: Security Information and Event Management

    As the complexity of the networks IT manages continues to increase, so too does the volume of security-related information generated by network devices. This exclusive e-zine explores the business and technical considerations in selecting the security information management (SIM) tools you need to maintain control.

  • Technical Guide on SIM: Moving beyond network security toward protecting applications

    SIMs have been widely adopted for their value in correlating, reporting and alerting on network security. But SIMs can be used for more than just network security monitoring. The same tools can also bring value to application managers if used correctly. In this technical guide, gain 4 steps for integrating applications into enterprise SIMs.

  • Log management best practices

    Investing in the correct log management tool can ensure that the pressures of maintaining enterprise system log data are greatly decreased. Although the right tool is very helpful, the possibility of it turning into the wrong tool can happen in the blink of an eye if the correct steps are not taken.

  • The various ways to fight new and emerging cybercrime

    Cybercrime is a constant battle companies face on a daily basis. Criminal tactics in this field of crime are always changing and advancing in style. This expert E-Guide will provide new approaches to defeating the risks of cybercrime, along with keeping you updated on the various forms that can threaten your company.

  • E-Guide: Selecting a SIM for midmarket business

    This expert E-Guide discusses the evolvement of SIM tools, differences in deployment processes and top requirements you should consider before making a decision.

  • A Decision Maker's Guide to Log Management

    Often undervalued as a strategic weapon, log management tools can play a vital role in securing mission-critical data and assuring accountability. Inside this expert resource, learn what factors to consider when it’s time to get a handle on your logs.

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