Explore Firewall Analyzer in our free training. Learn how to secure your network on your own, get trained from our experts on how to proactively monitor threats and user internet activity.This two-part training course is scheduled for July 10th and July 17th, 2018 at 11:30 AM EDT & 06.30 AM GMT.
Identify security threats: Monitor user internet activity in real time.
In this session, you will learn how to get snapshot view of user Internet activity, carry out a search for a detailed user activity view, and create a custom report to periodically review the activity of a specific user.
Security Event Management:
Real time Alerts and Instant Remediation.
In this session, you'll get to know how to configure an alarm profile to get real time notification. You will also learn how to initiate a remedial action, when an alarm is triggered.
Everything you need to know about ransomware Webinars
Ransomware is a menace that has kept the business world on its toes for years. A ransomware attack transfers control of all your business sensitive information to the attackers. Security and legal ramifications aside, the frustration of being unable to access your own data, coupled with the idea that the only choice is to give in to the attackers' ransom demand, only add insult to injury.
If the types of new ransomware, number of attacks, and the damage caused in 2017 are any indication, the ransomware epidemic only seems to be growing stronger. Businesses therefore need to get smarter in preventing, detecting, and responding to this threat. The fights needs to be fought at all levels - right from the top brass to individual employees. Join ManageEngine's experts as they tell you all you need to know about ransomware, and learn how to secure your networks against this menace once and for all.
Agenda: -- Ransomware basics - What is ransomware? - Anatomy of a ransomware attack -- Evolution of ransomware -- Ransomware prevention, detection, and response
Server and Applications Performance Monitoring Webinars
Applications Manager is back again with another fresh round of webinars after the last successful one. Learn with our industry experts how Applications Manager solves various complex application and server performance monitoring requirements of IT teams worldwide.
Uncover the best methods to identify and troubleshoot app and server performance issues like CPU spikes, memory leaks, underutilized VMs, SQL database issues, etc. and improve the user experience of your on-premise, cloud and virtual applications. With over 100 technologies (Middleware, cloud, DBs, VMs, servers, etc.), become one of over 5000 proud admins using Applications Manager.
Magic Quadrant for Application Performance Monitoring Suites
As historically dominant vendors revamp their APM suites with analytics, machine learning and cloud-based delivery, I&O leaders will find that the differences among the leading vendors and between Leaders and Challengers are less defined than they have been in previous years.
Source: Gartner (March 2018)
ManageEngine is the IT management division of Zoho, which is based in India and operates multiple, independent entities throughout the world. ManageEngine has been in the APM market since 2008, and, like its parent company, it has a very strong focus on small and midsize organizations, with offerings spanning not only many IT operations segments but also business applications. The company continues to offer Applications Manager and Site24x7 as its flagship products. Applications Manager is the company's on-premises offering and part of the larger ManageEngine portfolio of ITOM products; while Site24x7 is its SaaS option and is offered through a separate website.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an European Union regulation that aims to standardize and strengthen data protection policies for residents of EU member nations. It replaces the prior Data Protection Directive (95/46/EC) of 1995 and, as a regulation instead of a directive, will apply immediately on enforcement date (25 May 2018) without requiring individual transpositions by member state legislation.
The GDPR not only applies to organisations located within the EU but it will also apply to organisations located outside of the EU if they offer goods or services to, or monitor the behaviour of, EU data subjects. It applies to all companies processing and holding the personal data of data subjects residing in the European Union, regardless of the company’s location.