Endpoint Security in 2020: in-Depth Guide

Businesses are concerned about cyberattacks since the number of cyberattacks is increasing every year. With the increasing amount of devices connected to enterprise networks, enterprise data is less safe than ever. Endpoints are the most vulnerable area of most corporate networks and endpoint security platforms offer a solution to this vulnerability.

What is endpoint security?

An endpoint is any physical wireless device that is connected to a network. Endpoint security is the protection of endpoints such as desktops, laptops, and mobile devices from malicious activities. Read more

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Cyber Threat Intelligence in 2020: in-Depth Guide

Data is the most valuable asset of most modern organizations. Organizations are rapidly deploying new technologies and devices that increase vulnerability points that malicious attackers may target. Organizations need to protect their data assets at a time when their attack surface is rapidly growing. Cyber threat intelligence helps businesses identify malicious activity before it happens and speeds up decision-making processes to respond to such threats.

What is Cyber Threat Intelligence?

Threat intelligence or cyber threat intelligence is the data collection and analysis to gain information about existing and emerging threats to a business. Cyber threat intelligence helps organizations avoid unexpected threats. Since cyber threat intelligence information makes unknown threats visible to organizations, businesses can improve their cybersecurity mechanism and mitigate the risk of cyberattacks. Read more

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AIOps: Guide to integrating AI into IT Operations in 2020

Digital transformation forces businesses to rapidly adapt new technologies. Using AI for IT operations (AIOps) reduces monitoring and intervention efforts, enabling companies to manage a more complex set of applications with the same technology team. Gartner predicts that AIOps and digital experience monitoring tools will become more widely available. Their prevalence will rise from 5% in 2018 among IT operations tools to 30% in 2023. As IT operations form a critical part of businesses, companies need to learn more about it and identify ways to integrate machine learning into their systems. Read more

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Top 16 Blockchain Applications/Use Cases

Though blockchain technology came to existence with Bitcoin, blockchain has a far-reaching potential outside of the cryptocurrency today. Besides cryptocurrency, blockchain provides various applications in financial services, supply chains, and the public sector. To support blockchain applications, governments are legislating new laws to promote the use of blockchain. For example, signatures secured through blockchain technology are approved under state law in Arizona.

Governments and organizations are using the system to serve a variety of purposes such as fast, efficient and transparent transfer of value, keeping transparent and immutable records of transactions etc. Find below numerous blockchain applications bringing efficiency and speed to industries and business functions: Read more

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Synthetic Monitoring: Start proactive app monitoring in 2020

Businesses want to ensure that their digital assets are always available and responsive. Synthetic monitoring is a technique to understand the performance of most critical business transactions and common paths in applications. With this method, businesses can foresee availability and performance issues in their digital systems and take action accordingly.

What is Synthetic Monitoring?

Synthetic monitoring (also known as directed monitoring) is a technique for tracking business application performance by simulating a path through the application. To do that, a route with different checkpoints is predefined. While the “synthetic” user goes through, these checkpoints provide performance metrics to ensure application availability. Wikipedia defines synthetic monitoring as follows: Read more

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