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Published By: ESET     Published Date: Oct 07, 2009
This white paper examines the looming threat horizon that is forcing companies to reexamine their endpoint security functions and discusses ESET's solution for integrated security management that is built around its advanced heuristic technology. The threat landscape facing businesses has evolved significantly, and corporations are looking for security products that can protect against known threats and prepare for future attackers in a simple-to-use architecture.
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eset, security, threatsense, malware, threat trends, conficker, virus, agent, endpoint security, networkwide platforms, heuristic scanning, saas, proactive security, network architecture, security architecture
    
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Published By: McAfee     Published Date: Jan 23, 2013
Vulnerability assessment vendors compete on management features, configuration assessment, price and more, with other security products. Buyers must consider how VA will fit into their vulnerability management process when evaluating VA products,
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vulnerability management, network scanning, strong positive, mcafee vulnerability manager, mvm, mcafee epolicy orchestrator, epo, nitro siem, mcafee security innovation alliance
    
McAfee
Published By: ESET     Published Date: Feb 17, 2010
This white paper examines the looming threat horizon that is forcing companies to reexamine their endpoint security functions and discusses ESET's solution for integrated security management that is built around its advanced heuristic technology.
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eset, endpoint security, networkwide platform, integrated security management, heuristic scanning, antimalware, enterprise security
    
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Published By: Qualys     Published Date: Jan 08, 2015
Imagine putting first responders on your operational team instantly on alert about new network vulnerabilities – and how to fix them? This capability is called “continuous monitoring” (CM) and a new guide from Qualys shows you how it can dramatically boost security of your network. Learn how CM provides you with an always-on view of potential security holes. The guide explains how using CM is a vital step toward achieving continuous security of your network – the Holy Grail for every network security manager! In the guide, you will learn how to automatically leverage vulnerability scans with CM for stronger security. Continuous Monitoring: A New Approach to Proactively Protecting Your Global Perimeter offers an easy blueprint for using automation to achieve continuous security and compliance. Download the guide now to learn more about CM: Requirements—why CM is vital Scanning—value of continuous vulnerability scans Best Practices—for using CM Benefits—examples of how CM improves se
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continuous monitoring, network security, vulnerability, best practices
    
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Published By: Qualys     Published Date: Jan 07, 2009
Choosing a solution for Vulnerability Management (VM) is a critical step toward protecting your organization's network and data. Without proven, automated technology for precise detection and remediation, no network can withstand the daily onslaught of new vulnerabilities that threaten security.
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qualys, vm solution, vulnerability management, saas, database security, network patching, vulnerability patching, networking, security, https, web application security, web application scanning, web application testing, web app, web application threats, web application risks, network scanning, network scan, network auditing, scanning
    
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Published By: Sophos     Published Date: May 09, 2013
This buyers guide is designed to help you choose the right solution for your organization. It looks at the factors you should consider when evaluating solutions to ensure you have the protection and functionality you need, both now and as your business evolves.
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network protection, sophos, buyers guide, security, application security, security software, firewall, vpn, scanning, spam
    
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Published By: Globalscape     Published Date: Mar 21, 2014
This whitepaper explains that USB drives have been used to transport viruses and malware, both on purpose and accidentally. The paper explains that no manually handling of files, such as with USB drives, is unnecessary when you set up a secure network architecture using five zones of protection. You can transfer files to and from your network around the globe, and know the data and the network are secure, automatically scanning files to block dangerous data while allowing "clean" data into the network. The paper notes several reasons why it matters that data is secure while remaining accessible.
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viruses, malware, hackers, leaks, supply chain interruptions, stuxnet, scada, usb, multi-zone architecture, dmz
    
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