The cybersecurity landscape in Europe is as diverse as the 44 countries in it. Their cyber outlook reflects each one’s varying attitudes towards risk, privacy, and security as well as the key organisations that operate nationally or regionally. Despite that diverse outlook, Europe’s biggest enterprises are united in the challenge they face not only in preventing a cyberattack - whether it is delivered through phishing attacks, supply chain hacks, or social engineered targeting - but in being resilient enough to recover from one when it happens.
Taking steps to defend against attack will not guarantee that you can prevent one. But planning to be as resilient as possible does give you the best chance to recover. Forewarned is forearmed. Organisations that take a mainly proactive, preventative approach to cybersecurity are significantly less likely to have experienced a cyberattack or data breach than those who adopt a resigned, reactive approach. Having the right toolset in place will help, as will adopting a zero-trust defence which assumes that there is a breach and so verifies each request as though it originates from an open network. To learn about Europe’s cybersecurity landscape and give yourself the best chance of being resilient enough to recover from a cyberattack, download the whitepaper here.
Cyber threats like ransomware are increasing, and endpoints are more varied, numerous, and distributed than ever before. By following the strategies outlined in Views from the C-suite: Why endpoint management is more critical than ever before, security teams can reduce the risk of cyberattacks and ensure that when attacks occur, they can be contained quickly and efficiently.
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The Essential Eight is a baseline set of mitigation strategies that the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has recommended to make it harder for adversaries to compromise computer systems based on actual incident data. While implementation of the Essential Eight does not guarantee against a successful attack, the objective is aimed at significantly reducing the attack surface. Learn how Tanium is assisting organisations with increasing their maturity levels and overall compliance through this new whitepaper.
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Manufacturers are evolving at a rapid rate, centred around automation and digitalisation; the race to drive productivity and profitability is on. However, the challenges of today’s stark macroeconomic environment, a continual need for regulatory compliance, and legacy digital infrastructure all are hindering transformation.
Every manufacturer's IT estate is vastly different and the existing complexity of legacy IT and OT technology and equipment is becoming a prime target for ransomware attacks. Our new research report details the state of play with IT & OT modernisation and how visibility should be at the heart of your transformation strategy. Download the paper here:
The financial services industry is in a state of flux. The global landscape shift caused by the pandemic caught the sector off-guard and accelerated the need to abandon conformity and transform to meet the needs of a new digitally-driven world. The sector is at a tipping point in its embrace of digital transformation, and disruptive technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), cloud services, advanced analytics and blockchain are leading the way in enabling new services and capabilities. However, new technologies bring new challenges, new opportunities and further compliance responsibilities.
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The risk of a cyberattack, and its potential consequences, are a persistent threat for the retail industry. The risk is an additional worry on top of today’s significant current concerns: inflation, supply chain challenges, the impact of global conflicts and the ever-greater importance of e-commerce, which have all led to fundamental shifts in the demands on retailers' IT departments. Such are the challenges that not all of them are always adequately dealt with.
With obsolete technology, a lack of visibility of the overall IT estate, and a backdrop of continuing cyberattacks, the risk to retailers’ reputations of delivering a poor customer experience through a breach or latency issues is one which must be addressed as an absolute priority. To learn more about the risks being faced by retailers and see how they can be overcome, download the whitepaper here.