Transforming Enterprise IT from Technology Silos to Everything as a Service

How can global organizations like yours transform their IT to meet the ever-changing demands of the cloud age?

Join us on February 18 at 1pm ET to hear how two enterprises changed the way their IT was designed, developed and delivered to adopt a truly digital infrastructure - and demonstrate how it can be applied in your organization!

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How can global organizations like yours transform their IT to meet the ever-changing demands of the cloud age?

Join us on February 18 at 1pm ET to hear how two enterprises changed the way their IT was designed, developed and delivered to adopt a truly digital infrastructure - and demonstrate how it can be applied in your organization!

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Threat intelligence: only for the 1%?

Analyst: Scott Crawford

Threat intelligence has become a booming area of information security, and with good reason. Attackers have the luxury of exploiting whichever weaknesses in a target best serve their intent. Defenders, on the other hand, must make the most of limited resources to defend all the most vulnerable aspects of critical information assets. Understanding the nature of current threats and adversary intent is essential to knowing how and where to place the most effective bets on defense.

But this insight comes at a price. Organizations must invest in researching the threat landscape, identifying adversaries and techniques, and communicating this wisdom to intelligence consumers. The value – and thus the cost – of this insight increases with the level of effort and expertise required to gather, analyze and provide this information.

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451 Research and Vormetric shed light on the current state of data security [infographic]

451 Research and Vormetric shed light on the current state of data security [infographic]
Over the past few years we have been exposed to an ongoing and seemingly endless string of data breaches. Hardly a week goes by without news of another damaging data breach incident - according to the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, the number of records breached in 2015 is already more than twice that of 2014 – despite the fact that collectively, we are spending billions each year on various forms of cyber security and venture capitalists are spending princely sums on startups touting the latest and greatest new security offerings.

Part of the problem is that the attack surface is growing. Public cloud services, big-data applications and the emerging ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) have each added considerably to the resources to which data is distrusted and need to be protected. They have also collectively expanded the ‘data supply chain’ and contributed to an exponential increase in the number of external parties with some level of access to our networks and sensitive data, which in the case of large global firms can easily number in the tens of thousands.
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IoT: A Look Back at 2015, a Look Forward into 2016 and Beyond

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the interconnected set of intelligent devices and objects designed specifically to enable the virtualization of the physical world. The devices can create new value, services and perspectives from the sharing and analysis of their observations of the world around them. Nearly every type of business that exists today can employ IoT systems to create cost savings and efficiencies or support new business models.

In this webinar, we look into how the Internet of Things market is evolving, with major developments in 2015 and our predictions for 2016. We review the considerable M&A activity in the sector, as well as initial findings of enterprise IoT adoption from 451 Research's Voice of the Enterprise. The webinar also previews the key focus areas of 451 Research's Internet of Things research channel for 2016.

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