Whitepapers: Security Trends 2014

Whitepapers: Security Trends 2014

Security Trends 2014


Find out which security trends that occurred in 2013 are continuing into 2014, along with a few new emerging trends.

Several security concerns examined in this paper have grown more significant over the last year. Now more than ever, the risks are greater and the stakes are higher. Security experts are working diligently to offer hope and protection, but we must stay alert, be cautious, and educate ourselves. Find out what you need to know about security trends in 2014.

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Gartner 2014 Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms


Symantec Endpoint Protection 12 positioned as a Leader in 2014 Gartner’s Magic Quadrant.

Symantec Endpoint Protection 12 and Critical System Protection are positioned highest in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for completeness of vision and the ability to execute. Read the report to learn about the Endpoint Protection landscape, growth drivers and challenges, and where vendors are positioned. Learn more in this new report!

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5 DNS Security Risks That Keep You Up At Night

DDoS, cache poisoning, footprinting, oh my!

Who knew that there were so many ways to threaten the security of your DNS? Find out all of the scary details about these attacks and what you can do to prevent them.

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Digital Identity Trends 2017 – Previewing The Year Ahead

Digital Identity Trends 2017 The lack of security of the Internet of Things captured public attention this year as massive distributed denial of service attacks took down much of the internet. The culprits? Unsecured connected devices that were easily accessed and manipulated to do the ...
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