White Papers

  • Top 6 Dangers of not inspecting SSL Traffic - By 2016, it's estimated that 67 percent of Internet traffic will be encrypted, according to the Sandvine Global Internet Phenomena Spotlight: Encrypted Internet Traffic report, May 2015. Although encryption can be used for good—improving message confidentiality and integrity—it can also be used as a means to conceal hackers' activities.
  • SSL Encryptions: 5 Key Features to Consider - Encrypted traffic accounts for a large and growing percentage of all network traffic. While the adoption of SSL should be cause for celebration – as encryption improves confidentiality and message integrity – it also puts organizations at risk.
  • A Better Presentation Experience with Intel® Pro WIDI - Principled Technologies compared the experience of connecting a Dell Latitude™ Ultrabook system featuring the new 5th Generation Intel Core processor to an HD display with both HDMI cables and wirelessly via Intel® Pro WiDi. Read this report to find the results of the test and learn how pairing Intel® Pro WiDi with a Dell notebook on your next client refresh will foster greater security and privacy advantages over other ways of connecting.
  • Enterprises Need a Tightly Integrated and Centrally Managed Defense-in-depth Architecture - According to ESG research, 67% of cybersecurity professionals working at enterprise organizations (i.e., more than 1,000 employees) believe that the overall threat landscape is worse today than it was two years ago. 
  • Build a program identity and access management of new generation - In today's organizations that rely on data security initiatives are demanding as much scrutiny as identity and access management. Discover the four key now to move towards a more mature solution steps.
  • Protect your data and information by focusing on conten - Executives are naturally concerned that confidential and important information is leaving the business, creating potential legal, competitive and compliance issues. To regain control and prevent data loss, you must identify your sensitive data and information to stop the unfettered flow of these valuable assets.
  • Evolving to Hunt: Changing Organization Models and Metrics for Effective Incident Response - This paper examines the four stages of evolution as security organizations move from reactively responding to incidents to proactively identifying and hunting for threats. It provides a snapshot of each stage, including the size and structure of the security team, approaches to incident response (IR), team skill sets and necessary metrics.
  • DDoS Prevention Appliances Biannual Worldwide and Regional Market Share and Forecasts - DDoS prevention appliances are the first line of defense for most service providers and large enterprises around the globe looking to protect themselves from brute-force attacks on network or resource availability, and with the unprecedented number, size, and coverage of DDoS attacks since the floodgates opens in 2008, vendors who build DDoS prevention solutions have seen and continue to see a significant increase in demand.
  • The Hunted Becomes the Hunter - The ground has shifted under most enterprise IT security staff. Breaches are now capturing prime-time air across mainstream media outlets. As the world becomes more connected, it is no longer enough for enterprises to react once an alert indicates an attacker is inside the network.
  • IAM Buyers Guide: Select the right solution for identity and access assurance - This buyer's guide can help you select the right identity and access management solution to successfully manage and control user access within, across and between organizations. The guide outlines the most common identity and access management challenges organizations face from the perspective of CSOs, IT operations staff, line-of-business managers and enterprise architects
  • Forrester Research: Rethinking Data Discovery And Data Classification - Read this Forrester whitepaper to learn more about the critical, yet often overlooked, role that data classification and data discovery can play in reducing your organization's risk and enhancing security.
  • Making a business case for fraud-prevention technology - Financial institutions need to consider a broad array of key business case components, beyond fraud loss reduction and fraud-management operating costs, when examining the business ramifications of various fraud-prevention technology approaches.
  • IBM QRadar Security Intelligence: Evidence of Value - In this report, Ponemon Institute presents findings from in-depth interviews with enterprises who switched to IBM Security QRadar from another Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution. 
  • Public Safety Solutions for a Safer Planet - Public safety refers to the protection of the general population and critical infrastructure from the dangers affecting communities, such as crime, unexpected events including power outages and water main breaks, or natural disasters large and small. IBM® public safety solutions bring a unified approach to public safety that fosters interagency collaboration and provides foundational data integration, visualization, and analysis tools that drive analytics and insights.
  • Fighting cybercrime with actionable insights - Cybercriminals use hacked or misrepresented information to exploit flaws in your business processes for their gain. Meanwhile, you suffer the consequences in the form of financial losses and damage to your reputation.
  • Cyber Intelligence Brochure - Securing your infrastructure, your customer interactions and protecting your data are critical to preserving your reputation and your bottom line. Many cyber attacks remain undetected for up to eight months1 and can cost an organization an average of 11 million USD2.
  • Network Virtualization and Security with VMware NSX - This VMware Business Case is for Business & IT Executives, IT Operations, IT Infrastructure and ITSecurity professionals. You will learn how leading enterprises are achieving unprecedented value from network virtualization and security for their Software-Defined Data Centers (SDDCs). 
  • The Business Case for FaaS - You understand the intricacies of today's threat landscape, and the difficulties your organization faces when attempting to prevent, investigate and remediate targeted attacks, but how do you explain that difficulty, and subsequent cost, to senior leadership? Often the best tactic is to speak to them in a language that they understand: money.
  • SIEM Who Cried Wolf - Security teams are struggling with a deluge of alerts. They cannot tell which alerts are important. Urgent warnings get lost in the noise.
  • Forrester Define a Roadmap - Go beyond security implementation and get proactive about your organization's security future. Today's advanced threats are ever-evolving so a strong security roadmap helps ensure you have an adaptive plan to combat cyber attacks.