Business travelers are among the most vulnerable targets for cybercrime. After all, it’s easy to get distracted when you’re in unfamiliar surroundings. And having to rely on unfamiliar networks presents added security risks. After a long, arduous day of travelling, when all you want to do is get to your hotel room and unwind, the last thing you want to think about is cybersecurity.

Business travelers’ guide to security

Business travelers are among the most vulnerable targets for cybercrime. Learn some tips on how to minimize the risks when you’re away from home or the office.
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The proliferation of personal mobile devices and homegrown hackers on today’s campuses—not to mention the open, collaborative nature of college environments in general—make cybersecurity particularly challenging in higher education. It’s no wonder cybercriminals consider colleges and universities easy targets.

Campus cybersecurity 101

Help your higher education customers improve cybersecurity. Give them a checklist of do’s and don’ts everyone on campus can follow.
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The data center is the brain and nerve center of the enterprise, the place where its most precious resources are housed. This makes it a highly valuable target for cybercriminals—with big money to be made in the extortion of companies through malware attacks. Just last month, for example, over 160 Applebee’s restaurants in the U.S. were hit by a malware attack on their point-of-sale (POS) systems—and the chain is still assessing the damages.

5 ways to improve data center security

Today, with data breaches constantly making headlines, your customers need to invest in 5 critical areas to secure their data centers.
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If you’re selling security solutions, you understand how integral next-general firewall (NGFW) technology is to any successful implementation. You also know how much firewalls have changed and expanded over the years. The capabilities have become pretty complex, to say the least. Today’s threat landscape demands it.

5 next-generation firewall technology recommendations to consider

Next-generation firewall technology is a key component of any network security strategy, so choosing the right solution is a critical decision. Learn what to look for.
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In a survey conducted among resellers last year, about 45% of respondents believe that over half of their customers don’t have the proper resources to adequately deal with security threats. Knowledge about cybersecurity appears to be scarce, too. About 63% of the respondents don’t think that the majority of their customers even know the difference between a unified threat management (UTM) appliance and a next-generation firewall (NGFW).

Essential cybersecurity training for 2018—and beyond

With today’s ever-evolving cyberthreats, it’s more important than ever to be a security advisor to your customers. Take a look at some valuable trainings that will help you position yourself as a true expert.
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Phishing attacks have become an epidemic in the business world. In fact, according to a recent study by SANS, they comprise 95% of all attacks on enterprise networks—at an average cost of $4 million in damages.

Things every SMB should know to prevent phishing attacks

Phishing attacks have become an epidemic in the business world. Learn steps your SMB customers can take to prevent them.
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An important step toward greater workplace security is right before your customers’ very eyes.

Why a clean desk policy is important to workplace security—and productivity

Learn the benefits of a clean desk policy in today’s workplace.
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With cybersecurity a key concern in business today—and threats evolving and growing in sophistication all the time—organizations are looking for the best way to protect and defend their critical assets. And your customers may look to you for advice.

5 reasons to enroll in critical security controls training

Learn why you and your customers should invest in critical security controls training.
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We live in a world where surveillance is everywhere. Municipalities have cameras on street corners. Banks are surrounded by cameras. University campuses are covered. Retailers are watching customers and employees. Indeed, thanks to the lowered price of surveillance solutions, a heightened need for surveillance and improved capabilities, we should never assume that our actions in public aren’t being recorded.

Hilarious and heartwarming surveillance videos

Ever-present video surveillance captures crimes and horrible events, but also funny, odd and entertaining ones.
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A 2016 IDG Enterprise survey reveals the extent to which cloud computing has become a mainstream business practice. Respondents indicated that 45% of their applications and computing infrastructure have already been transitioned to the cloud, and they expect over half of their IT environment to be cloud-based by 2018.

5 cloud security basics every customer needs to know

Learn how to advise your customers on securing their data in the cloud.
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Infographic: 6 common hotel security pain points

This infographic will show you where to find the numerous physical security sales opportunities in the hotel market.
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