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Cybersecurity used to be an afterthought for many organizations. In today’s rapidly advancing technology markets, technology growth is only outpaced by one thing: cyber threats. Cybersecurity is so important that the U.S. Federal Government signed an executive order to improve efforts to identify, deter, protect against, detect, and respond to malicious cyber threats. According to the State of Cybersecurity Report 2021, CompTIA states that 350 thousand new malware programs are found per day, it takes an average of 287 days to identify and contain a data breach, and those breaches cost organizations a whopping $4.24 million on average. It also shows a 10% YoY decline in satisfaction with corporate cybersecurity strategies. The third quarter of 2021 alone introduced 5438 new vulnerabilities, out of which, a staggering 907 vulnerabilities ranked with a CVSS score of high or critical.
The attacks come from all sides, and can even originate inside your network—whether malicious or by hapless mistake. If cybersecurity isn’t a top priority for your business, then you’re setting yourself up for failure.
When it comes to cybersecurity research, it can be hard to know where to start. The executive order, zero trust, ransomware, cloud security, remote workforce security… there’s so much going on! Finding trustworthy resources to inform your strategic decision-making is more than a full-time job.
That’s why we’ve compiled a helpful list of sources you can use to set your organization up for better success so you can win the race against advanced cyber threats.
Take a look at these current reports that give industry insights into the overarching concerns and best practices around cybersecurity. These reports get published annually, and each new publication provides in-depth and timely information that can help you validate your current strategy and make impactful changes to keep your organization safe against changing threats.
State of Cybersecurity 2021: Get industry trends, a market overview, and current cybersecurity best practices from CompTIA, a global leader in IT collaboration, education, certifications, advocacy, and market research.
2021 AWS Cloud Security Report: Uncover how AWS user organizations respond to the latest security threats and see what tools and best practices cybersecurity leaders prioritize in their move to the cloud.
Zero Trust is more than a buzzword. In the age of rapid cloud transformation, it’s a foundational principle for securing dynamic and distributed architectures. Share the NIST Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) with your technology team. And be sure to read the Fidelis Cybersecurity whitepaper to learn why the continuous nature of access monitoring employed by ZTA is a critical component of threat management.
Zero Trust Architecture: Learn why the defining set of guiding principles for Zero Trust workflows, system designs, and operations from NIST.
Trusting your Zero Trust Architecture: Learn how Zero Trust enables threat management, and why Active XDR from Fidelis Cybersecurity® is an essential foundational element of a ZTA.
Any organization can fall victim to ransomware. Keep ahead of the threat and safeguard your valuable data and assets with resources, strategies, and tools from the FBI and Fidelis Cybersecurity.
FBI Ransomware Hub: Get tips for avoiding ransomware attacks and up-to-date resources for current ransomware threats, appropriate responses, and ransomware attack reporting procedures.
Fidelis Cybersecurity Ransomware Solution Brief: Don’t get locked down by ransomware! See how you can protect your organization against the fastest-growing form of cybercrime.
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As more workers than ever move to remote work locations, SOC teams struggle to keep up. See what NIST recommends for telework cybersecurity and learn best practices that can help you stay ahead of security no matter where your workforce sits.
ITL Bulletin March 2020, Security for Enterprise Telework, Remote Access, and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Solutions: Get the NIST guidelines on telework and remote access to help mitigate security risks associated with the enterprise technologies used by work-from-home workforces, including remote access servers, client devices, and remote access communications.
5 Best Practices to Improve Remote Workforce Security: Learn industry best practices so you can repair what may have been overlooked, improve IT security, and support and empower your workforce to work from home.
While the Executive Order on cybersecurity primarily affects government entities, all organization benefit from understanding of and compliance with the order. Read the full text of the order, and see how Fidelis leads the charge on implementation of these critical improvements.
Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity | The White House: Read the full text of President Biden’s Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity.
Fidelis Stands Committed to Helping the U.S. Government Implement the Cyber Executive Order: Read how and where the technology industry can help the U.S. Government in achieving the much-needed security improvements called out in this Executive Order.
Containing cloud sprawl is a prime initiative of many organizations. See how you can protect your cloud workloads while simplifying security management no matter how diverse, dynamic, or distributed your cloud footprint grows.
2021 Gartner®: Market Guide for Cloud Workload Protection Platforms: Download your complimentary copy of the Gartner Market Guide for CWPP from Fidelis for an excellent look at the current challenges faced in securing workloads in complex hybrid- and multi-cloud environments and strategies and solutions to best address them.
Gain Control with Unified Cloud Security: Learn how you can use a single platform to prevent, detect, and mitigate cyberattacks and exploits across IaaS, PaaS, servers, and containers in even the most complex public, hybrid, and multi-cloud environments.
Streamlining security configuration and management to as few platforms as possible makes sense financially, strategically, and tactically. See how extended detection and response (XDR) moves you from fractured point products to a unified, powerful security foundation that eliminates gaps and blind spots, improves security hygiene across your organization, and accelerates detection and response to keep you ahead of the next threat.
Gartner Innovation Insight for Extended Detection and Response: Read the full report from Gartner to understand the advantages and risks of an XDR solution.
Extended Detection and Response to Find and Stop Threats Faster: See why an XDR that intelligently brings together relevant security data and cyber threat intelligence into a single interface improves SOC efficiency, provides comprehensive visibility, and accelerates detection and response across the entire IT environment.
If you’re not leading with cybersecurity, you’re already behind in the fight against tomorrow’s adversaries–and today’s attackers are probably already inside your network. Fidelis Cybersecurity helps you turn the tables on your attackers and take back your advantage with unified security platforms, including: