A practical guide to the Threat Landscape for IT professionals from the Kaspersky Lab experts. Provides background and practical advice on how to deal with the Threat Landscape in your business and top tips for creating security awareness in your business.
Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) is a complex distributed infrastructure dedicated to processing depersonalized cybersecurity-related data streams from millions of voluntary participants around the world. It delivers Kaspersky’s security intelligence to every partner or customer who is connected to the Internet, ensuring the quickest reaction times and maintaining the highest level of protection. KSN functionality is incorporated into the most of Kaspersky’s consumer and business products.
This Practical Guide outlines 5 key risks leading to security breaches: Employees: IT security hygiene best practice; Applications: Make patching a priority; Mobility: Protecting employees, wherever they’re working; Devices: Close the door to malware; Web and social: Balancing freedom and control.
Encryption is a process through which “open” information is transformed into “closed” data, at which point it is protected against unauthorized access. The two key encryption technologies available today, file-level encryption (FLE) and full-disk encryption (FDE), protect critical data and restrict access to it, and rule out the possibility of any important data falling into the hands of third parties, even if a data storage device holding valuable information is lost or stolen.