Published By: IBM APAC
Published Date: Aug 22, 2017
While working to maintain tactical control of the mobile environment, IT managers often find themselves drowning in minutiae. Overwhelmed by the number of moving parts, they’re unable to stay abreast of the latest threats, let alone extract meaning from or make decisions based on the mountains of data now being collected. With limited IT resources dedicated to mobile technology tools that facilitate reactive rather than proactive management—and limited visibility into mobile intelligence across the organization—many managers have had to choose between security and productivity as the focus of their efforts.
As long as there is software, there will be software vulnerabilities and you will find malware and cybercriminals. This paper will examine that risk and provide a step by step process to protect your companies critical assets.
Threats and vulnerabilities are a way of life for IT admins. This paper focuses on how McAfee's Vulnerability Manager and McAfee e Policy Orchestrator provide IT Admins with powerful and effective tool for identifying and re-mediating systems.
Integrating SIEM and threat intelligence to mitigate bad actors is essential for having a resilient security posture. The McAfee response is to expand the Security Connected framework by pairing McAfee SIEM and McAfee Global Threat Intelligence.
This survey shows how organizations leverage strategic risk management and mitigation solutions such as risk analysis, security information event management (SIEM), and vulnerability scanning as part of their overall risk and compliance programs.
Your business depends on the easy, secure movement of data. But if you’re using outdated technologies and unsecure file transfer protocol (FTP), you’re exposing your organization to risk—and driving up costs as well. Use the FTP Risk Advisor to find out your risk level, and get a customized report with recommended actions you can take to protect your files—and your business.
Published By: ForUsAll
Published Date: Jun 18, 2018
The 401(k) market has rapidly changed.Is your plan up to date?
Since 2012, there have been significant changes in 401(k)s which have created new risks and opportunities for small and midsized business 401(k) plans. With this rapid pace of change, many business owners, and even some small advisors and recordkeepers have not been able to keep up. We’ll summarize both changes to the 401(k) industry and the opportunities that exist for you to improve your plan, specifically in the following 5 areas:
1. Staying compliant with increasingly complicated regulations – New government regulations have increased burdens on companies offering both health plans and 401(k)s. What used to be compliant may no longer work. Furthermore, software has improved, allowing many error prone, manual retirement plan administration tasks to be automated.
2. Increasing plan effectiveness by lowering fees – Since 2009, average 401(k) plan costs have dropped by almost 30%*. While average costs have come down, not al
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