5 Facts You Need to Know About Educational Resilience Today

As old perimeters crumble, new malware threats advance. Traditional cybersecurity solutions aren’t enough to keep your modern educational environment safe.

Here’s what you need to know about the current state of educational cybersecurity—and how to achieve educational resilience for your institution.

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5 STEPS to achieving endpoint resilience in education

Malware is one of the most critical threats hitting the education sector. And endpoint resilience is an imperative.

Educational institutions are embarking on a digital transformation by adopting technology that provides teachers and students with an interactive and engaging way to access curriculum. As a result, learning establishments have now adopted endpoint devices that are exposed to a multitude of environments, from heterogeneous operating systems to open networks. This trend has created a positive shift in how instruction is facilitated in the classroom. It has also pushed the modern endpoint forward as the new front line of defense against cyberthreats.

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Closing The Gap In SaaS Security

Companies lack the ability to monitor and manage the interactions going on across SaaS applications. Join experts from Okta and BetterCloud for a deep dive on the #1 item on the roadmap for today’s IT and security teams. This webinar covers:

  • Beyond IDaaS: the key differences between user connections and user interactions.
  • Understanding insider threats: how susceptible are you?
  • Forming a systematic approach to managing and securing user interactions across a sprawling SaaS landscape.

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State of Insider Threats in the Digital Workplace

While cybercriminals, hacktivists, and ransomware often make a big splash in the news headlines, the reality is that the biggest security threat is often right in front of you.

Insiders—people already in your organization—pose a pervasive security risk, whether their behavior is malicious or accidental.

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The Ultimate Offboarding Checklist for Modern IT Professionals

What should a complete offboarding workflow look like?

Offboarding in the age of SaaS is more than just revoking access. There are many more steps than people often realize—steps that are critical for data security, compliance efforts, and business continuity.

Of course, every company’s offboarding process will differ slightly, from the timing of certain steps to what your source of truth is. We’ve offboarded one million employees across 3,000 companies, and we’ve seen all kinds of variations. But generally speaking, these best practices will make sure that every user is fully offboarded, every time, without fail.

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What Are The Most Secure Programming Languages

We all know that behind every developer is a beloved and often contentious programming language. In heated debates over which language is the best, the security card usually comes into play in support of one language or to discredit another. We decided to address this debate once and for all and put it to the test by taking a close look at seven of the most popular programming languages today to see which are the most secure.

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The Forrester Wave™: Software Composition Analysis, Q2 2019

In our 33-criterion evaluation of software composition analysis providers, we identified the 10 most significant ones — Flexera, FOSSA, GitLab, JFrog, Snyk, Sonatype, Synopsys, Veracode, WhiteHat Security, and WhiteSource — and researched, analyzed, and scored them. This report shows how each provider measures up and helps security professionals select the right one for their needs.

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Open Source Security Management in the Age of DevOps

These days, there’s an app for virtually anything. Enabling rapid application development and deployment of these apps is a nearendless body of components, most of which are open source: code, scripts, artifacts and more. But while these components are driving faster development and deployment, they also can be a security nightmare for companies that fail to manage and secure them effectively—a scenario that has proven catastrophic in several high-profile incidents over the last few years.

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E-Commerce 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0: The Stages of Digital Maturity

When it comes to digitization, here’s the reality:

We’ve spent the last 30 years having the way we live, interact, and shop be completely disrupted by the rise of digital channels. At first, the ability to even access the internet was an innovation beyond what we knew was possible. Then, we realized its potential and started focusing on digital maturity.

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Sana Commerce vs Magento: What’s the Difference?

Sana Commerce and Magento are both e-commerce platform providers. Sana Commerce is an ERP-integrated e-commerce platform that focuses on B2B wholesalers, distributors and manufacturers. Magento is an e-commerce platform, widely adopted by B2C retailers. Most people looking for an e-commerce solution will sooner or later run into Magento. Here’s how Sana and Magento differ.

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iPaaS Grid Report

Integration platforms as a service (iPaaS) provide a centralized console to manage, govern, and integrate cloud-based applications. These tools work by connecting cloud applications and services, and controlling integration flows. They can speed up product development by integrating existing tools, and increase data volume by utilizing external sources. Companies use these tools to scale performance needs, add product functionality, and structure application integrations. Features or data can be added or removed quickly, reducing failover, downtime, and development time. There is some relationship between iPaaS and ESB software, but iPaaS is typically used for customer-facing applications, while ESB is used for internal data transfers and updates.

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Central Role of Messaging Middleware in Cloud and Digital Transformation Initiatives

Highly decentralized computing is the new normal for most organizations, and digital transformation (DX) initiatives are changing application architectures to event driven to support real-time and near-real-time response cycles. In this environment, enterprises are increasingly turning to messaging middleware to meet the combined requirements of complexity, speed, reliability, and security to connect the digital world of applications and data.

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