Security in 2017 and Beyond: Symantec’s Predictions for the Year Ahead
2017 will see even more IoT devices introduced into business networks, along with an increasingly mobile workforce enabled by cloud applications and services. This rapid evolution of the workplace necessitates a re-look at where the security industry should focus on, in the ongoing battle against cybercriminals.
As 2016 comes to an end, our Security Intelligence team have compiled a list of the top security predictions for 2017 and beyond.
Attend our ‘Security in 2017 and Beyond: Symantec’s Predictions for the Year Ahead’ webinar and join our discussion of the upcoming threat landscape.
RecordedDec 20 201664 mins
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As more enterprises are recognizing the need for greater visibility into mobile threats and the desire to protect their organizations from such threats, primary concerns still seem to be focused around what threats a solution can identify – malware, phishing, network attacks and much more.
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• Resource demand should be minimal - maintaining and updating the solution should be efficient and require minimal resources.
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- Securing your DevOps tools
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Join our cloud security experts to learn how new product enhancements within the Symantec Integrated Cyber Defense Platform are delivering on the promise of Zero Trust while reducing cost and complexity for network security professionals.
Learn how new integrated tools can help you:
• Simplify enforcement of Zero Trust security policies across Web, email, and cloud application access.
• Implement real-time, in-line security controls over the use of any cloud application from any device, including unmanaged and bring-your-own devices.
• Enforce granular security controls over IaaS, SaaS, email and web traffic - for both managed and unmanaged devices
• Consistently apply DLP policies on information being sent to cloud and web destinations, and perform threat inspection for content downloads
Symantec is a global leader in providing security solutions to help our customers – from consumers and small businesses to the largest global organizations – secure their information against more risks at more points, more completely and efficiently than any other company. Our company’s unique focus is to eliminate risks to information, technology and processes independent of the device, platform, interaction or location.
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