A Guide to Modern IT Operations: Four Keys To Success
True digital transformation requires modernizing your IT operations right now. However, organizations are coming to realize that most legacy endpoint management tools and processes are, at best, inefficient and not aligned with current digital transformation efforts.
The Risky Consequences of Strained Relationships Between Security and IT Ops
Tanium commissioned Forrester Consulting to survey more than 400 IT leaders at large enterprises to uncover the challenges, consequences, and gaps they face when managing and securing their endpoints.
Stay Ahead of GDPR And CCPA
CDM DEFEND Offers Opportunities to Improve Federal Enterprise Security Even Further
Federal agencies still face several challenges in implementing Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM). Specifically, legacy CDM implementations have failed to comprehensively provide visibility into network status and Federal rules governing compliance have not kept pace with what new technology can offer. To discover the specific challenges agencies face, Tanium underwrote a survey that asked federal civilian or independent agencies, intelligence agencies, and the federal Judicial Branch and Congress. Download the survey and report to discover additional findings and how the Tanium platform can provide visibility and control into their endpoints and can help federal agencies implement phase 3 CDM DEFEND to secure their networks.
How to Avoid Disruption by Bridging the Resilience Gap Report
A lack of visibility and control across endpoints – laptops, servers, virtual machines, containers, or cloud infrastructure – not only prevents CIOs and CISOs from making confident decisions, it also leaves organizations open to disruption.
Automate the Hunt: Rapid IOC Detection and Remediation
In the escalating war that is cyber crime, attackers keep upping their game. Learn how to find, investigate and fix compromised systems within seconds, no matter how large, diverse or distributed the network may be.
Endpoint Security Buyer's Guide
This guide is designed to help enterprises evaluate endpoint security solutions. It can be used by incident response and security operations team members who work with endpoint security tools on a daily basis. It can also be used by IT managers, security professionals, compliance managers, and others to assess their organization’s cybersecurity capabilities, identify gaps in endpoint security, and select the right products to fill those gaps.
2018 Endpoint Security Survey
Aligning to the CIS Critical Security Controls
Whether you call it the CIS Critical Security Controls or SANS Top 20, Tanium can help you address over 75% of the controls. See how in this checklist.
Aligning to the PCI-DSS Requirements
Have to address the 12 requirements of PCI? Tanium can help you address many of the majority IT infrastructure areas. See how in this checklist.
Aligning to the NIST Cybersecurity Framework
Find out how Tanium addresses 100% of the NIST Cybersecurity framework.
IT Management on the Brink: Reaching a Breaking Point in Capabilities
The headlines about attacks, breaches and compromises seem to arrive with ever-increasing frequency. A new operating model is needed; one that will bring teams together, allow more effective collaboration and, most importantly, improve the speed with which teams can accomplish key operational tasks. Download the whitepaper to learn more.
The Accountability Gap: Cybersecurity & Building a Culture of Responsibility
We surveyed over 1,500 CxOs and board members to assess cyber awareness and readiness. What did we learn?
The Need for Speed: Hunting Down and Fighting Against Emerging Cyber Threats
Explore the current state of cyber security - the good, the bad, and the ugly - and learn how Tanium accelerates threat detection and remediation within seconds, and at scale.
Report: WannaCry One Year On
One year after the WannaCry attack, Tanium, the endpoint security and systems management specialist, surveyed IT professionals working in large companies in the UK and Germany to find out how the attack had influenced organisations’ approaches to cybersecurity and what precautions were being taken to prevent such damage in the future.