Wednesday Mar 04, 2015

Securing Information in the New Digital Economy

We are in the midst of a data breach epidemic, fueled by a lucrative information black market. The perimeter security most IT organizations rely on has become largely ineffective. Nearly 70% of security resources are focused on perimeter controls, but most exploited vulnerabilities are internal. 

Effective modern security requires an inside-out approach with a focus on data and internal controls.

A New Hacker Economy

Today, a layered economy of specialized, organized hackers has created a black market estimated to be more lucrative than the illegal drug trade. (Lillian Ablon 2014) Hacking-for-hire has made the black market accessible to non-experts, expanding its reach exponentially.  As businesses grow their online footprints, criminals find new ways of attacking their vulnerabilities.

Thinking Inside-Out

Internal systems are the new perimeter – the new front line in the battle for data security. Security should be built into the customer and employee experiences.

  • Manage privileged user access and think beyond the password: another layer of authentication can vastly increase security.
  • Make it more costly and difficult for attackers by protecting the most valuable information first. 

Rebalancing Information Security

Diminish the information supply chain and cut off the cash flow to the black market. Taking a security inside-out approach could bring an end to the arms race, giving economic recovery a chance.

To learn more about Securing Information in the New Digital Economy, read the joint Oracle and Verizon Report.

Wednesday Nov 07, 2012

Gone in 60 Seconds: An Insecure Database is an Easy Target

According to the recent Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, 98% of breached data originates from database servers and nearly half are compromised in less than a minute! Almost all victims are not even aware of a breach until a third party notifies them and nearly all breaches could have been avoided through the use of basic controls.

Join us for this November 28th webcast to learn more about the evolving threats to databases that have resulted in over 1 billion stolen records. Also, hear how organizations can mitigate risks by adopting a defense-in-depth strategy that focuses on basic controls to secure data at the source - the database.

There's no turning back the clock on stolen data, but you can put in place controls to ensure your organization won't be the next headline.

Note, this webcast will be recorded for on-demand access after November 28th. 

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