As a result of the recent spate of high-profile data breaches at brand name retailers, compromising credit and debit card and other personally identifiable information for hundreds of millions of consumers in the process, data security has become priority No. 1 for many retailers in 2014. And for good reason: The consequences of suffering a data breach are numerous, and none of them are positive — consumer mistrust, a drop in traffic and a decrease in sales, to name just a few.
With retailers recently testifying before Congress that they’re facing increasingly sophisticated threats from cyber criminals, and no end to those in sight, it’s become apparent that your company needs to implement strategies that will protect itself from a costly data breach. Here are 10 ways you can more easily achieve that goal while maintaining required PCI compliance (all of these tips fall within one of five buckets — visibility; asset control; enforcement; trust policy; advance measurement.)
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Nearly half of organizations have been struck by ransomware in the past year, which is opening eyes to how ineffective traditional antivirus is at stopping modern attackers. As security teams begin evaluating next-gen antivirus (NGAV) products as a replacement, they need guidance.
This checklist will help you assess the capabilities of your current antivirus solution and will provide the requirements you need to meet in order to shift to a more effective approach.
The Antivirus Replacement Checklist provides:
A list of features you need to look for in an NGAV solution.
Guidance on how to find a solution that will stop advanced threats, not just malware.
Criteria you can use to make sure a solution will be the right fit for your organization.