2019 NATIONAL CYBERSECURITY AWARENESS MONTH

The Never-Ending Threat

The Threat That Keeps on Giving

Your enterprise is only as strong as its weakest link. And a quarter of the time that link is a human, like Dave. Unintentional and accidental actions are the leading cause of data and security breaches. Dave doesn’t mean to be a threat, he’s just a person going about his day. Dave has good intentions and he'd know a scam if he saw one, even if his password is 12345. But when it comes to his personal devices, Dave is predictably. unpredictable.

So in honor of National Cybersecurity Awareness month, here are four ways to protect your network from Dave:

  1. Monitor: Leverage network data to gain visibility of all devices on your network, including the ones that aren’t supposed to be there
  2. Decrypt: Use SSL/TLS interception to ensure that your critical tools can see everything coming in and out of your network
  3. Detect: Pinpoint suspicious activity in your network traffic with an intuitive tool like Gigamon Insight
  4. Respond: Have a plan in place for how you’ll respond to any alarming activity and put it into action

Learn more about Gigamon ThreatINSIGHT today or check back for weekly NSCAM blog posts.

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Super Dave to the Rescue

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Viewing Cybersecurity Incidents as “Normal Accidents”

Even well trained and proactive employees are not immune to accidents, we must build accountability and proactive steps into the system.
 

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This Dave Has An Announcement

Dave has a confession to make and security professionals need to hear it. She offers three recommendations on getting employees to learn best security practices and pay attention.
 

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Is Dave a Superhero in Disguise?

Dave clicks the links, sticks the thumb drives in, surfs to polluted websites, so on and so forth but is it really his fault? Security professionals need to be better educating clients, helping them reach their potential as Defenders of the Defenses.
 

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How to Protect Yourself from Dave

Dave is predictably unpredictable when it comes to cyber hygiene and presents an opportunity to raise awareness and increase security. Read about his top six most common, unintentional mistakes.