3 ways to improve your enterprise IT security


Improving enterprise IT security

You’ve undoubtedly heard the saying, “A chain is only as strong as its weakest link.” The same idea applies to your IT systems. They’re only as secure as their weakest vulnerability.

No organization wants to fall victim to a cyberattack. These three ServiceNow webinars will help prepare you to boost your enterprise IT security and, ultimately, safeguard your business.

Protect your distributed workforce

The COVID-19 pandemic forced companies to transition quickly to remote work to keep employees safe. Enabling workers to access the company network from anywhere and any device can put organizations at greater risk for security vulnerabilities.

Watch our Attacking and Defending a Distributed Workforce Black Hat webinar to learn more about security vulnerabilities from the perspectives of both attackers and defenders. Armed with this knowledge, you’ll be in a better position to protect your systems and security operations.

Defend your payment systems

Contactless payments are not as safe as you might think. Yet, they continue to gain popularity for their convenience. It’s more important than ever to examine the potential security risks that can arise from these types of payments and payment systems.

Contactless payment systems rely heavily on older technology. In our Vulnerabilities in Contactless Payments webinar, you’ll learn about the resulting security risks. Two executives from global cybersecurity company Cyber R&D Lab join Karl Klaessig, director of product marketing for security operations at ServiceNow, to discuss this important topic.

You’ll also learn best practices to keep your business safe from attacks on your transactional systems.

Shield your applications

Part of DevOps involves securely developing and testing applications to ensure they're protected from beginning to end. In our Know and Respond to Application Vulnerabilities webinar, ServiceNow Outbound Product Manager Julian Azaret explores the need for a single view of application vulnerabilities in real time.

Discover how using the Now Platform can help you include security scanning in every step of the development process to keep threats at bay.

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