Cracking the Hackers – How to Build a 100% Engaged Human Firewall

Every day over 2,200 cyber-attacks hit organizations around the world. The human firewall is under threat. Phishing scams, malware and other tactics exploit remote workers’ weaknesses.

Doubling down and ensuring 100% effectiveness of your human firewall has never been more important.

This exclusive free guide contains everything you need for a successful cyber security campaign:

  1. The cyber-threat today – what does it mean for you?
  2. A block and tackle strategy – combining protection with proaction.
  3. Employee communication – tactics from training to breaches.
  4. Building an InfoSec campaign – how to get your messages read and acted on.

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Managed Microsoft Sentinel – Detection & Response

From users, to apps and devices, to servers on any cloud, see and stop threats before the damage is done. Be it data theft, ransomware, fraud or information governance, all organisations have their own security risks. Managed Azure Sentinel is the industry-leading solution for businesses to protect against all forms of cyber threats and attacks.

This datasheet shows how SecurityHQ security analysts are experts in advanced analytics and threat hunting, detection, and response.

The benefits of SecurityHQ's Managed Sentinel service include:

  • 24/7 Monitoring and Detection of Threats powered by real-time analytics and Enterprise-Grade & Gartner leading SIEM Technology.
  • Improved Speed of detection and response. SLA provides detection, analysis & notification within 15 minutes of a critical event.
  • Reduced Cost and Complexity and up/ Downscale Effortlessly.
  • Access to Global Security Analysts on demand.

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Global Threat Landscape 2022 Forecast

2021 saw a massive spike in threats, of all types, across the globe. Being more proactive with regards to security measures and processes, rather than reactive, means staying ahead of the growing threat landscape. Knowing what is out there and what threats are likely to hit in 2022, based off an analysis of what we have seen throughout 2021, means that methods to contain and mitigate can be put in place in order to remediate and mitigate attacks.

Watch SecurityHQ’s very own Security Monitoring and Incident Response Lead, Aaron Hambleton and Security Analyst, Nikhil Mohanlal, discussing some of the greatest threats of 2021, trends that developed throughout 2021, what we learnt from these threats and attacks, and what that means for 2022.

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  • The greatest threats of 2021, and
    what that means for threats and security measures in 2022.

  • Explore notes from the field, with real life case study examined.

  • What to do in the event of an attack, and recommendations for safeguarding.

  • Delve into the growing threat landscape head-on, for complete visibility and peace of mind.

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Global Threat Forecast 2022

Throughout 2021, in every part of the world, cyber security threats increased, challenges grew, and in the face of uncertainty, organisations did their best to mitigate against attacks that were new and destructive. But what these adversities provided, was a glimpse into the development of threats of the future and how, from our experiences throughout this last year, we can learn from the approaches seen, to better safeguard the people, processes, and data of 2022.

As a global MSSP, SecurityHQ had full visibility of threats as they evolved during 2021, and of the large campaigns and threat groups as they developed. This paper will discuss some of the evolving threats, the prevalent actors, the industries targeted, and what that means for threats of 2022, as well as to provide some of the solutions, recommendations, and actions to combat and mitigate against these threats.

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Innovation Use Case Assessment Infographic

See how compatible your use case is with Betty Blocks. We hear from our users that they want to create all types of solutions. Whilst there are endless possibilities of solutions that can be created with Betty Blocks, when creating a use case there are factors to consider.

Follow the steps below to discover if your use case is a good fit with Betty Blocks!

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The Top 6 No-Code Legal Applications 

In order to stay ahead of innovative competitors and fast-emerging legal tech companies, law firms need to onboard new technology and build applications themselves.

How can your firm do this? And what kind of applications could you build?

In our article “The Top Six Legal Applications Your Law Firm Can Build Without Coding” we explain how law firms can empower business users in the development process on the Betty Blocks platform. Yes, your very own people (with the best knowledge of your firm, its employees, and its clients) will be at the forefront of innovation.

The article sets out six examples of both internal and customer-facing applications your firm could build using LCNC technology.

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The Case for Digital Transformation in the Legal Profession

In this whitepaper, we’ll take a closer look at some of the challenges faced by law firms today, both in terms of achieving current goals and creating opportunities for growth. We’ll explore why the legal profession should be looking to implement digital transformation strategies without delay.

We’ll also look at what some of the leading law firms are doing to drive innovation, including:

  • Digital tools, processes, and strategies;
  • Advocating for cultural change (including how innovation can work alongside the billable hour model);
  • Changing the way legal professionals are trained;
  • Expanding current roles and creating new ones.

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Innovation Use Case Assessment Infographic

See how compatible your use case is with Betty Blocks. We hear from our users that they want to create all types of solutions. Whilst there are endless possibilities of solutions that can be created with Betty Blocks, when creating a use case there are factors to consider.

Follow the steps below to discover if your use case is a good fit with Betty Blocks!

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The Top 6 No-Code Legal Applications 

In order to stay ahead of innovative competitors and fast-emerging legal tech companies, law firms need to onboard new technology and build applications themselves.

How can your firm do this? And what kind of applications could you build?

In our article “The Top Six Legal Applications Your Law Firm Can Build Without Coding” we explain how law firms can empower business users in the development process on the Betty Blocks platform. Yes, your very own people (with the best knowledge of your firm, its employees, and its clients) will be at the forefront of innovation.

The article sets out six examples of both internal and customer-facing applications your firm could build using LCNC technology.

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The Case for Digital Transformation in the Legal Profession

In this whitepaper, we’ll take a closer look at some of the challenges faced by law firms today, both in terms of achieving current goals and creating opportunities for growth. We’ll explore why the legal profession should be looking to implement digital transformation strategies without delay.

We’ll also look at what some of the leading law firms are doing to drive innovation, including:

  • Digital tools, processes, and strategies;
  • Advocating for cultural change (including how innovation can work alongside the billable hour model);
  • Changing the way legal professionals are trained;
  • Expanding current roles and creating new ones.

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Open Source And 5G: A Perfect Partnership for Wider Deployment?

As 5G technology becomes the industry standard in mobile telecommunications, enabling new levels and areas of connectivity, how can it be deployed in industry? What processes and platforms need to be in place to maximize the technology’s wider potential? Open source software is increasingly being seen as a means of helping developers extend 5G’s use cases and applications.

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Graybar Boosts IT Infrastructure Automation and Management with Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Graybar serves the construction market; the commercial, institutional, and government (CIG) market; and the industrial and utility markets. Graybar now leverages Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® as its sole Linux distribution after completing a migration from a third-party Linux OS in 2021. Read this detailed, Red Hat sponsored, customer case study by IDC for information about the organizational challenges, solutions, and business benefits of IT infrastructure and automation management.

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Open Source And 5G: A Perfect Partnership for Wider Deployment?

As 5G technology becomes the industry standard in mobile telecommunications, enabling new levels and areas of connectivity, how can it be deployed in industry? What processes and platforms need to be in place to maximize the technology’s wider potential? Open source software is increasingly being seen as a means of helping developers extend 5G’s use cases and applications.

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