Get Insight Into IT and Cybersecurity Risks

Corporate boards and top business executives are asking tough questions about IT and cyber security risks. Do you have the visibility and insight you need to answer them?

With an end-to-end suite of top-rated threat detection, cyber incident response, identity and access management, and governance, risk and compliance solutions, RSA offers a powerful combination of products and professional services designed to help you identify and mitigate IT and cybersecurity risks.

RSA NetWitness® Platform

Offers complete, real-time visibility into the cyber threats lurking across the farthest reaches of your network and endpoints so that you can get a clear and detailed picture of your cyber risk profile.

RSA SecurID® Suite

Gives a clear picture of who is trying to access your enterprise’s most critical assets and whether those attempts are appropriate so that you can reduce the risk of compromised credentials being used in a cyber attack.

RSA Archer® IT & Security Risk Management

Connect IT and cybersecurity risk management activities to broader governance, risk and compliance programs.

RSA Risk & Cybersecurity Practice

Reduce business risk with battle-tested advisory services built to help you identify, mitigate and eradicate cyber threats; advance IT and cyber risk management programs; and fulfill compliance requirements.

RSA Risk Management Practice

Business risk management solutions that enable your organization to improve business performance and make faster, more informed risk decisions.

RSA Web Threat Detection

Detect cyber threats across web and mobile applications with advanced behavioral analytics.

Benefits

​Improve your enterprise’s overall risk posture by gaining greater visibility into cybersecurity risks across your extended enterprise.

​Mitigate the financial, operational and reputation impacts of a cyber attack through early detection and accelerated cyber incident response.

Gain the information and insights you need to properly deploy cybersecurity investments and to manage your budget according to business imperatives.

​Get quantitative data about your company’s cybersecurity posture so that you can report on and answer tough questions from top executives about cyber risk.

Facilitate growth and reduce risk by aligning IT and security processes and policies with the business strategy and with governance, risk and compliance programs.

Resources

Analyst Reports

  • Survey Report - Identity and Access Management Current Gaps Point to Needed Improvements This report discusses the critical role of having an Identity and Access management (IAM) technology plan in place is for today’s organizations. On behalf of RSA, an independent survey was conducted with over 170 IAM influencers and decision-makers weighing in on the challenges, compliance issues and top of mind concerns on protecting your most important assets and creating secure user access. What does a new and better approach to enterprise IAM, the strategy and execution look like? Learn more about new IAM capabilities, the need for better security, audit performance and end-user access in this thought provoking study.

White Papers

  • Closing the Skills Gap with Analytics and Machine Learning Everyone is aware of the shortage of skilled security professionals and that the problem will continue to grow. A report from Frost & Sullivan and (ISC) estimates there will be more than 1.5 million unfilled cyber security positions across the globe by 2020. Since we can't throw more people at evolving cyber security challenges, this white paper addresses multiple approaches you can use to integrate and automate across systems to better enable the security professionals you do have.
  • RSA NetWitness - It’s About Time Accelerating Threat Detection and Response All the technology that security leaders have put in place over the years has had the cumulative effect of making it harder for their teams to detect and respond to the highest priority threats. The “new threat, new box” approach has created more alerts than any security team can realistically handle and has made it infinitely harder for analysts to see the big picture. It’s possible to improve—and even accelerate—your organization’s threat detection and response capabilities, in spite of the mess and without having to hire an army of threat hunters. To find out how, check out our three-page brief, It’s About Time: Accelerating Threat Detection and Response.
  • Rethinking IAM: Implementing a Risk-Based, Automated Approach New IDG Research survey shows enterprises increasingly headed in this direction to make their IAM programs more strategic and effective. To learn more read this EY/RSA IDG Market Pulse Report.

Solution Briefs

  • Business-Driven Security - RSA NetWitness Threat Detection & Response You have a lot of options if you’re implementing or augmenting a threat detection and response program. There are many viable vendors and options, and some fairly diverse approaches to the process. At RSA, our view is clear. We espouse the idea of Business-Driven Security – integrating security as a core part of your business. We believe this approach improves security in two important dimensions. It makes security teams more operationally effective and empowers teams to more strategically manage security risks. Business-Driven Security is an important evolution in the way organizations think about protecting their IT infrastructure, driven by rapid changes inside and outside an organization, and the fact that legacy approaches to security have become far less effective.

E-Books

  • Identity Crisis: Authenticating Users in Today's Changing Environment Identity and access management tools and processes have come a long way, but enterprises face increasing challenges when it comes to authenticating users from both personal and corporate networks and devices. The task of authenticating users will only increase as mobile use increases and IP protocols spread to other areas of the organization.

Videos

  • Dealing with Pressure to Secure the Cloud Join RSA Security and managed security services provider Leidos for a discussion on security in the age of cloud adoption. Chris Williams, chief cybersecurity architect at Leidos, and Mary Roark, principal product marketing manager for RSA NetWitness® Suite, discuss how the cloud is changing cybersecurity practices and steps you can take to protect your cloud environments from today’s threats. You will come away with a clear picture of both the market drivers for cloud adoption and the capabilities, skills, technologies and processes required to secure your cloud environments.
  • Your Journey to the Cloud: Challenges & Keys to Securing the Trip Each organization’s journey to the cloud is unique, but those journeys are more frequently being driven by business rather than technology needs. Consequently, security teams are put in an awkwardly reactive posture. The momentum driving organization’s deeper into the cloud, coupled with the need to secure a hybrid cloud and on-prem environment, present distinct challenges and threats. So what are the implications for security and what does the future hold?
  • Integrating Identity and Authentication Events to Improve SIEM Threat Detection Most organizations have implemented SIEM as well as identity and access management technologies. But, are these systems talking to each other? Join RSA and Ultimate Windows Security to learn about the event information generated by access management and authentication technologies and how that data can be leveraged once it’s in your SIEM.
  • Tackling Identity Risks in Today's Modern IT Landscape In today’s digital world, boundaries are blurring. Driven by “need it now” business demands, cloud applications are surfacing in business environments everywhere, often with little or no IT involvement. We need to find a way to embrace today’s boundaryless business world, while maintaining security confidence, ensuring that we meet increasing compliance demands, and doing so in a way that’s seamless and easy for our users. Learn how to get a grasp on identity risk and mitigate the risk of any breaches, audit failures and business slowdowns.
  • 6 Keys to Successful Identity Assurance Now that so many applications have moved to the cloud, and users continue to embrace mobility, your organization must work toward fully embracing the new opportunities this boundaryless world presents. It’s time to shift traditional thinking away from authentication as a static one-time event and move towards a more modern authentication strategy that doesn’t require a trade-off between security and convenience. Join RSA Identity expert, Jason Oeltjen, to learn about the six key elements to consider when implementing a successful identity assurance strategy at your organization. You’ll walk away with the knowledge to end the tug of war between the need for security and convenience.
  • Addressing the Identity Risk Factor in the Age of “Need It Now” In today’s digital world, boundaries are blurring. Driven by “need it now” business demands, cloud applications are surfacing in business environments everywhere, often with little or no IT involvement. Ultimately, we need to find a way to embrace today’s boundaryless business world, while maintaining security confidence, ensuring that we meet increasing compliance demands, and doing so in a way that’s completely seamless and easy for our users.
"Before we had Archer, we did incident response by going all over the place to look for risk and tracking information. With the Archer solution, we can get all this from one single place. You are able to retrieve your risk, business continuity, tracking and vulnerability information and correlate it into one single IP."
​Bob Cheong
​Former CISO

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