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Date published
10/25/2017 12:57:46 PM
Contributor:
Marco Peretti

Trusted Application Protection

With the release of Avecto Defendpoint v5.0 we have not only made implementation faster and easier with our Quick Start policy but also increased the security of our customer's endpoints as well. This security boost comes in the form of Trusted Application Protection (TAP), a new feature designed to neuter the common attack techniques that plague organisations today.

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Date published
10/18/2017 8:46:37 AM
Contributor:
Ananth Appathurai

Avecto and McAfee: Celebrating Success!

For too long we’ve seen organizations unable to successfully operationalize their security investments because they are difficult to implement or their security products work in isolation. Organizations need to connect the dots for greater contextual insight into the threats they face in order to build a defense strategy based on meaningful, real-time intelligence.

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Date published
10/17/2017 12:26:54 PM
Contributor:
Andrew Avanessian

Cyber security is easy! Don’t believe me? It’s all about quick and effective implementation

I know from my experience of deploying privilege management in global organizations that people think it’s going to be hard. Every organization is facing an endpoint security balancing act. On one hand employees, and their endpoints, need to be secure. But on the other hand, many employees require a free and flexible operating environment.

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Date published
9/22/2017 1:00:35 PM
Contributor:
James Maude

SEC hack acts as another security wakeup call

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has revealed that it’s fallen victim to a hack. In its recent “Statement on Cybersecurity, published by its Chairman, Jay Clayton, it was revealed that its controversial Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval (EDGAR) system had been compromised last year and "may have provided the basis for illicit gain through trading".

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