iboss

iboss has created the first and only web gateway as a service specifically designed to solve the challenge of securing distributed organizations. Built for the cloud, the iboss Distributed Gateway Platform leverages an elastic, cloud-based node architecture that provides advanced security for today’s decentralized organizations with more financial predictability. Backed by more than 110 patents and patents pending, and protecting over 4,000 organizations worldwide, iboss is one of the fastest growing cybersecurity companies in the world. To learn more, visit www.iboss.com.
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Choosing a Cybersecurity Solution - 11 Key Points to Consider

Download this white paper to learn advantages of cloud-based security, why closing the gap between malware infection and detection should be a priority, and why comprehensive port and protocol visibility is a critical must-have.

The Limitations of Next Generation Firewalls

Next-generation firewalls aim to fill gaps created by ineffective firewalls, but do they really provide an all-encompassing solution for network security? Download this whitepaper to learn how they differ from secure web gateways.

Control Your Cloud: The Pitfalls of Shared Cloud Strategies

Cloud computing remains an abstract concept for many users. Download this whitepaper to learn the benefits of cloud cybersecurity, the difference between multi-tenant and non-shared environments, and how to leverage it.

GDPR Compliance

On May 25, 2018, all organizations that collect data within the EU will be subject to GDPR. Download this whitepaper to learn what is within the regulation, who does it affect, and what are the penalties for noncompliance.

"Defense-in-depth" and the Distributed Gateway Platform

This whitepaper explores “defense-in-depth,” including best practices for establishing a “defense-in-depth” strategy, the important role cloud SWGs play in defending a network, and solutions that can beef up network security.

Security in a Remote Access World

Download this report for findings from a survey of enterprise IT executives illustrating that distributed businesses goes beyond just beefing up network infrastructure and increasing budgets for IT hardware.