Published By: Freshdesk
Published Date: Aug 15, 2016
A Zombie-apocalypse is not something that keeps most support teams paranoid about. After all, it isn’t something that happens every day.
But that is exactly what’s so scary about it?
Zombie attacks can stem out of pretty much anything, right from a barrel of toxic gas that was accidentally opened, to a Black Friday sale with deep discounts on the latest gadget.
And you can be pretty sure that the attack is going to start quick and grow big with very little warning. Unless your support team is ready when it strikes, you might wake up the next morning to find a burnt-up help desk, and a lot fewer customers.
So how can you can you get your customer support to be ready for the zombie apocalypse?
This guide will walk you through everything you can and should do to make your support team proactive before the zombies rise, effective during the attack, and heroes after.
Code updates happen for one main reason:
safety improvement. NEC (National Electrical
Code) Article 408.3 helps take electrical safety
for service entrance panels to a new level.
The code, updated in 2017, includes provisions to provide shock
protection via panelboard barriers. The barriers protect from energized
conductors on the line terminals of the main overcurrent protection
device (OCPD) in a panelboard. When the main circuit breaker in
a panel is turned off, line side terminals and conductors remain
energized from upstream via the utility or another panelboard. With
these barriers in place and the main OCPD turned off, installers are
better protected when pulling wires into the panelboard. Today, all
panelboards are shipped with shock-protective barriers. However,
barriers are new to installation procedures, so contractors may not
recognize them and accidentally throw them out—easily and often.
Join data protection experts from Forrester Research, NetApp and AWS and find out how to secure your Microsoft Office 365 business-critical data from accidental deletion, corruption, or malicious intent.
Published By: Lookout
Published Date: Aug 30, 2017
Mobility is exploding. Workers and businesses fully
expect to work anywhere, any time, from any device.
Riding right alongside this growth is the amount of data
created and consumed on mobile devices. While this
presents organizations with an attractive means of
empowering flexibility and productivity, the security risks
are real and daunting.
Unfortunately, while enterprise mobility management
tools can provide valuable administrative capabilities
and protect the organization from phone loss, accidental
data loss or weak passwords, they lack the necessary
visibility into today’s modern security risks, including
malware and other device-centric attacks
Published By: Spredfast
Published Date: Aug 24, 2018
It only takes one accidental Tweet to undo years of brand reputation. It's important to understand the opportunities and risks your brand faces on social, and what you can do about them. Download this whitepaper to learn more about the risks and gain advice and tips on how to protect your brand.
Published By: Forcepoint
Published Date: Apr 20, 2016
Innovative practices lead to innovative results. Using our pillars to build a security program helps businesses develop user visibility and behavioral context. Total awareness — “seeing” the extent of your user behavior — starts with five pillars and ends with unquestioned success.
When performing preventive maintenance or addressing a recall on IV pumps, Deaconess Gateway Hospital personnel spent hours scouring the facility to locate the right pieces of equipment. At the same time, the hospital was purchasing an average of 12 new telemetry packs each year—at over $1,000 each—due to accidental loss of these highly mobile devices.
Read this white paper to learn more about how Deaconess Gateway Hospital is using a real-time locating platform to improve mobile equipment visibility and build a foundation for future analytics and intelligence.
Published By: Mimecast
Published Date: Feb 13, 2017
Security and risk (S&R) pros have the challenging task of using finite resources (including budget, time, and people) to protect their businesses from every possible attack type. On top of this, S&R pros don’t just need to watch out for threats coming from outside their walls, but must keep an eye on internal threats as well.
S&R decision-makers face threats from three groups of insiders – compromised accounts (internal accounts that have been compromised by external attacks), careless misuse (internal policy violators and those who accidentally leak or expose data or systems), and malicious insiders (insiders who purposefully take or misuse data or exploit systems), and they must be prepared for each.
In February 2017, Mimecast commissioned Forrester Consulting to evaluate the state of enterprise security readiness for internal email threats.
If your business is like many other
organizations that are in the process of
enabling a Microsoft Azure public cloud
platform, then you might be struggling
with the guardrails needed to secure
and manage cost, while at the same
time enabling flexibility for the teams
consuming cloud services.
While the Azure platform is already
very secure, it also allows a great deal
of flexibility in configuration. In order
to avoid accidentally creating security
holes and out-of-control spend, a
Governance Framework is required. We
created the AHEAD Azure Governance
framework to allow enterprises to
develop and maintain a fully optimized,
and secure environment. The resulting
framework will be tailored to your
organization’s specific business and
compliance needs, as every enterprise
is different. This guide will introduce you
to the components of this necessary
Azure Foundational Governance Design.
Published By: Mimecast
Published Date: Apr 18, 2017
"Email-borne insider threats both accidental and malicious are a real and ongoing problem for organizations. A recent commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting reveals many firms have experienced some form of insider security incident in the past 24 months.
Download this report to get the findings. Discover Forrester’s perspective on internal threats and how organizations are responding and how they should be responding."
Published By: Websense
Published Date: Apr 16, 2010
Web 2.0 technology has transformed the Web into a core business communication platform. Unfortunately, it's also become much easier to accidentally or intentionally disclose sensitive data. This white paper outlines the business need for Web data loss prevention (DLP), makes the case for DLP as an embedded capability within secure Web gateways, and defines what customers should look for in a solution.
Published By: Factiva
Published Date: Nov 13, 2015
No longer is it enough for knowledge centers to have highly-skilled information professionals providing the best, most authoritative information to clients. Now, you have to take a more strategic approach to the role of the knowledge center within your larger organization.
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Mar 13, 2018
Do you find yourself asking meeting participants to repeat themselves because the audio quality isn’t crystal clear? Have you ever accidentally ended an important call by hanging up instead of selecting mute? Audio conferencing has evolved and it’s time to eliminate these time and productivity-wasters.
Check out this list of top 10 reasons to upgrade your conference phone and see and learn all about the newest star on the conference table, Polycom Trio.
Whether your data loss is accidental or malicious, you need to gain insight into the magnitude of your data loss problem, identify security gaps, and develop a proactive approach to stop data loss before it happens.
Software piracy, whether accidental or malicious, is a problem for software vendors as these activities can directly affect the bottom line. Organizations that use software are affected as well. Along with rising software prices, they can face stiff fines and other costs for noncompliance with software licenses. This can come as a result of an audit that software vendors are more inclined to initiate in a lackluster economy. This white paper will discuss actions to take before, during and after an audit. As well as outline the best ways for the enterprise to remain compliant with software licenses.
Protecting a business – including its information and intellectual property, physical infrastructure, employees, and reputation – has become increasingly difficult. Online threats come from all sides: internal leaks and external adversaries; domestic hacktivists and overseas cybercrime syndicates; targeted threats and mass attacks. And these threats run the gamut from targeted to indiscriminate to entirely accidental.
Like many security trends and frameworks, the early stages of adoption often involve inconsistent definitions, challenges with justification and management communication and an unknown path to implementation. In this white paper, we:
• Review the current threatscape and why it requires this new approach
• Offer a clarifying definition of what cyber threat Intelligence is
• Describe how to communicate its value to the business and
• Lay out some concrete initial steps toward implementing Intelligence-Led Security
Published By: DocuSign
Published Date: Mar 23, 2016
Read this case study to learn how a major state dental plan provider chose DocuSign to untangle its manual paper-based processes, got complete visibility over where each agreement was in the process and execute contracts 95% faster.
In this webinar, you will learn how Allergan used Druva and AWS during the acquisition of ZELTIQ Aesthetics. You will hear how Allergan protected against accidental and purposeful data loss, and how backup data can be used for eDiscovery and forensic analysis.
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