RelativityOne Toolkit: eDiscovery Security in the Cloud

Today, over 13,000 organizations trust Relativity with their most sensitive e-discovery data. From user permissions, 24/7 monitoring, to our secure software development life cycle and our commitment to compliance, security is at the foundation of what we do. Download our toolkit to learn about:

  • The flexible tools and security built in to RelativityOne and our strong partnership with Azure.
  • Our culture of security and how we stay ahead of emerging threats.
  • How to address today’s biggest security concerns.

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5 Steps to Uncovering Data at Risk For GDPR

Enacted in April 2016, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been called the most important change in data privacy regulation in decades. Now, it’s sweeping regulations are being enforced by the EU.

GDPR introduces a fundamental change in the relationship between businesses of all sizes and personal data regarding EU citizens that is collected and stored regardless of where your business – or data- is maintained. And, GDPR isn’t just an IT problem. It impacts risk, privacy, security and compliance teams, all of whom may be audited.

Want to get started with GDPR assessment? IBM Security Guardium Analyzer is a purpose-built, SaaS-based tool that can help with all of the above. Available in the IBM Cloud, Guardium Analyzer scans your data – on-premises or cloud– and its next generation classification engine delivers efficient scans that produces a visual guide prioritizing which data might be at risk. Guardium Analyzer shows you the potential vulnerabilities tied to the databases scanned as well as which sensitive data that you need to protect and begin the remediation process.

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5 Steps to Uncovering Data at Risk For GDPR

Enacted in April 2016, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been called the most important change in data privacy regulation in decades. Now, it’s sweeping regulations are being enforced by the EU.

GDPR introduces a fundamental change in the relationship between businesses of all sizes and personal data regarding EU citizens that is collected and stored regardless of where your business – or data- is maintained. And, GDPR isn’t just an IT problem. It impacts risk, privacy, security and compliance teams, all of whom may be audited.

Want to get started with GDPR assessment? IBM Security Guardium Analyzer is a purpose-built, SaaS-based tool that can help with all of the above. Available in the IBM Cloud, Guardium Analyzer scans your data – on-premises or cloud– and its next generation classification engine delivers efficient scans that produces a visual guide prioritizing which data might be at risk. Guardium Analyzer shows you the potential vulnerabilities tied to the databases scanned as well as which sensitive data that you need to protect and begin the remediation process.

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5 Must-Know Private Cloud Tips on-demand webinar

The investment in and power of a private cloud requires deep thought and planning before making the move; so, before you decide what to move to a private cloud, watch our new debate-style webinar to get advice from Rackspace experts.

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10 Steps to Success in Public Cloud Adoption

Poor planning is the top mistake organizations make when approaching public cloud adoption. With the pressure to transform while maintaining IT operations, public cloud projects often suffer from rushed implementations, lack of expertise and inadequate organizational support. Before the first chunk of data ever moves to the cloud, there are a myriad of decisions to be made.

Our white paper, 10 Steps to Success in the Public Cloud, boils those decisions down to ten milestones to guide your strategy and planning activities.

Whether you’re starting out or stalled out, review these important considerations to get on track. The white paper covers:

  • Planning frameworks and best practices
  • Ways to foster education and communication
  • Tips on building your business case and selecting pilot workloads
  • Strategies to address security and governance
  • Automation and migration methodologies
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Managed Security Service Providers for Dummies

The conversation about “Why Cloud?” has long since passed for many businesses and the question has transitioned into “How Cloud?” and “Is it safe?” The value the cloud brings to a business is measured in many ways — from speeding innovation and reducing time to market to streamlining operations and reducing capital expenditures. However, one of the largest inhibitors to cloud adoption is concern around the security of leveraging a service provider in a multi-cloud world. Much is at stake protecting your customers and your business, and naturally, you should be cautious. Although some of these concerns are beginning to subside over time as cloud technologies continue to mature, traditional controls and processes must adapt to new platforms, new development methodologies, and advanced technologies.

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Locking Down Private Cloud Security

In study after study, security is noted as a top concern in moving to the cloud.

  • 1/3 of surveyed central IT professionals still call cloud security a significant challenge.
  • 52% of surveyed technology decision makers have concerns around the risk of unauthorized access, data integrity and protection in the cloud.
  • 62% of surveyed IT security professionals say their top cloud concern is unauthorized access to data by outsiders.

Despite the widespread concern, security can be one of the core benefits of moving to the cloud. According to the Alert Logic Cloud Security Report, in a cloud environment you’re actually safer from incidents like Trojans, brute force attacks and other suspicious activities.

This white paper compiles industry data and expert insights to discuss the opportunity to leverage private cloud while maintaining — or exceeding — your data security requirements.

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Architecture spotlight: Three considerations when choosing cloud for your contact center

A cloud contact center can offer many advantages in performance, scalability and security, compared to an on-premise contact center infrastructure. To maximize these advantages, it’s important to determine how best to leverage the cloud to meet your business’s specific needs.

Get informed answers, insights and best practices from Richard Snow, vice-president and research director of customer and contact center research, Ventana Research and Jack Nichols, director of PureCloud product management, Genesys.

Download this white paper from Genesys and Ventana Research for guidance as you replace or improve your existing contact center architecture. You’ll learn:

  • Pros and cons of private and public cloud contact center models
  • Best practices for a blended infrastructure
  • Differences between single and multitenant cloud architectures
  • How to determine if a vendor’s cloud solution meets your specific needs
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Fight the Phishing Epidemic and Win-The 5 Biggest Challenges and How to Attack Back

Phishing is one of the most devastating threats hitting organizations every day. And it's the most dangerous and costly cyber threat across the globe. A single successful phishing attempt against your employees provides the foothold cyber criminals need to access your corporate network.

A joint study between Google and UC Berkeley looked at the various ways accounts are compromised. The result: phishing attacks were identified as the greatest risk to users.

This guide details the top five challenges organizations face in fighting phishing threats and how a new approach can finally solve your biggest corporate inbox risk.

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Monitoring for Maximum Uptime

Ensuring the Edge Starts with Seeing It

Processing power and data are moving to the edge of your network—enabling better experiences, faster response times, real-time information and more.

Know what that means?

Visibility into the edge is becoming more and more important with every business-critical function that moves out there.

Here’s how to keep an eye on your edge and ensure availability. Read this knowledge brief, Monitoring for Maximum Uptime.

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Managing Deployment and Ensuring Security throughout the PC Lifecycle

To successfully navigate workforce transformation, you need to consider both IT and end-user needs. Upgrading your hardware, and “right-sizing” it to fit your workforce only solves half the issue. On this video meetup we discuss the logistics, both operational and security that you’ll need to consider when managing your organization’s PC lifecycle, as well as how Dell can help get you there. This panel includes, Ian Haynes, Product Marketing Manager for Dell EMC and Jason Christensen, Dell EMC Product Development Manager.

Intel Inside®. Powerful Productivity Outside.

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RFP Guide: 6 Must Include Topics

Changing technology vendors is an important process. But, understanding the details is critical to ensure your organization is making the best decision – especially when it comes to secure web gateways, the first and last line of defense for your network. Given the gateway’s mission-critical nature and the evolving security landscape, there are a handful of questions everyone should be asking their potential secure web gateway solution vendors. Read this whitepaper to learn the six must-include topics for your Secure Web Gateway RFP.

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Secure Web Gateway as a Service: Simplifying the Path to Network Security

Software as a service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and Platform as a Service (PaaS) are just a few of the now commonplace solutions that have been born through the cloud. Rather than forcing companies to expend resources on deploying and maintaining certain IT functions, “as-a-service” products can be leveraged as subscriptions and hosted off-premises in a provider’s data center or virtual environment.

The iboss Distributed Gateway Platform is the first and only Web Gateway as a Service that provides predictable pricing and can be tailored to the needs of almost any network configuration. Read this whitepaper to learn how your company can benefit from a Web Gateway as a Service.

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Control Your Cloud: The Pitfalls of Shared Cloud Strategies

The conversation around the cloud has been booming of late, with the topic showing up everywhere from IT back offices to Fortune 500 C-Suites. Despite cloud's ubiquity, it remains a somewhat abstract concept for many users, a lot of whom don't understand that there isn't just one single cloud - and, for that matter, that not all clouds are created equal.

Read this white paper to learn:

  • The benefits of cloud cybersecurity
  • The difference between multi-tenant cloud and non-shared cloud environments
  • How to leverage the power of the cloud in a non-shared manner
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Why Next-Generation Firewalls Aren’t an All-Encompassing Solution

As the cybersecurity threat landscape evolved over the past 20-plus years, the firewalls originally employed by IT the world over grew increasingly ineffective at blocking bad actors from accessing network data. Next-generation firewalls (NGFWs) aims to fill those gaps, but do they really provide an all-encompassing solution for network security? And how do they differ from secure web gateways (SWGs) in their ability to evaluate data entering and leaving the network?

Read this white paper to learn:

  • What are the characteristic features of NGFWs, and how far do they go in securing the network perimeter?
  • Both NGFWs and secure web gateways (SGWs) greet traffic entering and leaving the network – so what’s the difference?
  • Where do NGFWs feature in a layered cybersecurity strategy, and what additional defenses need to be put in place on either side of the network perimeter to assure the best defense?
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