SpotON – our blog around digital compliance in enterprises
SpotON – Digital Compliance
Read here regularly on selected topics, developments and news from the areas:
SAM & Cloud – use software legally compliant and cost-effective
IT Security & Threat Intelligence – protect the IT landscape effectively
Data & Digitization – manage digital assets across the lifecycle
Complion Insights – look behind the scenes of digital compliance consultants
Everything safe, or what? - Sandboxing
Emotet, Agent Tesla, ZeuS. These three of the best-known malware families have one thing in common, they all use phishing as a central strategy for their spread. Social engineering strategies, for example in the form of phishing or spear phishing, are often used. The "human vulnerability" therefore continues to be a popular target for attack, which is also confirmed with regard to current studies, such as those conducted by Bitkom.
But how can you protect yourself and your employees from such attacks? This blog post deals with one of the possible approaches to effectively mitigate such threats: so-called sandboxing.
SOC 101 - A Brief Introduction to Security Operation Centers
SOCs are increasingly being used to monitor corporate IT. In the coming weeks, we will therefore take a comprehensive look at this topic. In the first part, we will look at the components and tasks of security operation centers.
New SACS conference: cost-effective software deployment in the spotlight
The SACS Conference will take place in Frankfurt/Main, Germany, on September 21-22, 2022. It focuses on the topics that help user companies to procure their software and cloud services cost-effectively and to use them in compliance with the contract. The conference puts its participants on an equal footing with software and cloud providers when it comes to negotiating and drafting contracts.
Microsoft Professional Support Services – is it all coming down to Unified Support?
As of July 1, 2022, Microsoft will no longer renew Premier Support contracts for existing enterprise customers. Many IT decision-makers are taking the discontinuation of Premier Support as an opportunity to review their strategy for purchasing support services for various Microsoft products.