Industry Trends


One hundred percent of endpoint security tools eventually fail; complexity of device controls causes security gaps and significant risks Absolute (TSX: ABT), the leader in endpoint resilience, revealed that endpoint security tools and agents fail, reliably and predictably, based on findings from its new 2019 Global Endpoint Security Trends Report. From […]

Research Reveals That Endpoint Security Tools Fail, Reliably and Predictably


RealNetworks Launches SAFR™ for Security to Help Security Professionals Better Protect People and Valuable Assets Leading up to the hectic events of ISC West, Brilliance Security Magazine talked with Mike Vance, Senior Director of Product Management at RealNetworks to gain a better understanding of the announcement they planned for the […]

Brilliance Security Magazine talks with RealNetworks about SAFR™ for Security


The security challenge that we will address in this episode is, how can you keep your endpoints updated and protected – particularly if you are a large enterprise? If you are a security practitioner for a large enterprise, this is likely a challenge you struggle with continuously. Whether it’s desktops, […]

How Can Large Enterprises Keep Endpoints Updated and Protected? – ...








By Marty Greenlow, CEO, Ensighten Today’s senior executives are under great pressure to transform their organizations for the digital world. Although this digital transformation imperative has been underway for several years now, we’re currently seeing a significant shift within the C-suite when it comes to ownership of these colossal undertakings. […]

The Implications of Shifting Digital Transformation Responsibilities


Ponemon Institute just released its Challenging State of Vulnerability Management 2019 report.  What can the results of this 600+ cybersecurity leaders and professionals survey teach us about the state of vulnerability management today? In a press release today, Balbix says: Balbix Inc., provider of the security industry’s first system built for avoiding […]

The Challenging State of Vulnerability Management: What Can We Learn ...



What if Sherlock Holmes was a robot?  This question is obviously designed to provoke thoughts on how the integration of automation and investigation could yield some interesting results.  Appropriately, it is being used as the tag line for SecBI’s current marketing campaign.  SecBI’s Autonomous Investigation technology provides automated detection and investigation that […]

What If Sherlock Holmes Was A Robot?


By Tom Piston, Farpointe Data U.S. Eastern Regional Manager For the past several years, there’s been a focus by integrators and customers to assure that their card-based access control systems are secure. To give businesses an extra incentive to meet their cybersecurity threats, the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) […]

Eliminate the Word “Portals” from Mobile Access Control Discussions