Tag: ForeScout

Securing a Network: Forescout’s Core Capabilities

A problem that plagues organization’s capability to achieve complete endpoint protection is the inability to identify every device connected to the network.  In other words, organizations struggle to achieve full visibility.  To help solve that problem, Forescout Technologies revolutionized device visibility with a proven process attained through agentless visibility.     As discussed in this post, device visibility is essential to…

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The epidemic people aren’t talking about

Research estimates healthcare data breaches may cause as many as 2,100 deaths a year in the United States And within the last month… Mar. 20, 2019 – Zoll Medical: 277,319 patients personal information was exposed Mar. 4, 2019 – Rush System for Health: 45,000 patients personal data compromised Feb. 22, 2019 – UConn Health: more than 326,000 patients personal data compromised Feb.…

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Raising the Bar on Cybersecurity: 10 New CounterACT® Features and Capabilities

Today’s blog is brought to you by our partner ForeScout.     Republished from ForeScout’s Blog Originally published on August 31, 2017 By Jennifer Geisler Vice President, Marketing Twitter: @GoGeisler   With the rapid influx and diversity of devices connecting to enterprise networks and the ever-evolving cybersecurity threat landscape, organizations are struggling to keep their physical…

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ForeScout – More Than Your Average NAC

Today’s Brite Insight is brought to you by one of Brite’s certified ForeScout Engineers, Matt Ostrowski.  Matt specializes in unique ForeScout deployments and enjoys finding new ways to utilize the technology.    When people are first exposed to ForeScout, it is typically as a Network Access Control (NAC) solution. What is NAC? NAC is really…

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A New Wrinkle in Security Intelligence: The Power of Orchestration

Reposted from ForeScout’s Blog | June 22, 2016 | By Pedro Abreu – Chief Strategy Officer   The human brain is an incredibly complex system that functions miraculously well when all of its components are working together as one unit. However, when something goes wrong and connections break down, as when a stroke occurs, the brain is no longer…

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