In these case studies, we focus on how end-users have deployed and managed various security products or services. These profiles include interviews with both the vendor and customer and can run either as support for features or independently. If you have ideas, please email Managing Editor Greg Masters.
The NBA's New Orleans Hornets needed to provide its off-the-court, but highly mobile staff with a secure method for communicating. It found an enterprise remote access solution that could help.
A highly regulated debt collector from the U.K. needed to achieve compliance, but it wanted to scrap all of the point solutions on which it traditionally relied.
Video game players are used to fending off alien invaders, but the IT staff at Electronic Arts (EA) was challenged to reduce cyber risk within its own environment.
The apps used on mobile devices connected to its network contained sensitive data, so a medical device manufacturer needed to ensure that access control and authorization policies were enforced.
While the town of Brick on the New Jersey shore maintains a 1950s aura, with the growth of digital media, its public school system had to alleviate engorged traffic on its network, while safeguarding data.
The hospitality industry remains one of the most targeted by cyber criminals. That's why Thayer Lodging Group, which owns or operates 18 hotels, knew it was time to get serious about endpoint security.
A privacy officer at a global company found a way to collaborate efficiently at a top level, while ensuring the protection of company assets, reports Greg Masters.
One of the nation's largest banking organizations determined to help its clients protect themselves against online fraud.
Web applications remain a primary vector for attack, and the higher education space remains fertile ground for successful breaches. That's why West Virginia University wanted to take a proactive approach.
West Virginia University was looking to protect student and staff data. It found a software solution to assist in the process, reports Greg Masters.