February Newsletter – 2018 Please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your address book | View online version NEWSLETTERFebruary, 2018 Tips from the FBIfor staying safe from ransomware Score an in-depth look into the FBI’s recommended best practicesfor preventing, detecting, and responding toransomware attacks. Don’t pay the ransom Automatic patching: The easiest way tostrengthen your security posture From patch detection to deployment,handle everything from the cloud. Patch it up Building your own visual change workflow Give your team maximum clarity intoIT change management, with the least amount of effort. Seeing is believing Obtain privileged access right from the comfort of your ServiceNow instance Resolve tickets that require privileged accessby launching secure remote connections right from ServiceNow. Boost productivity Provide secure, one-click accessfor any SAML-based application Wondering how to save users from password fatigue?Active Directory-based single sign-onfor any SAML-based application is the way to go. SSO, please! Find out when your IT infrastructure needshelp and automatically take action Respond to alert events automaticallyusing operational task executions across your AWS resources —no matter where you are. Automate it from the cloud [Free ITOM seminar] Bringingefficient network management to you Find out which technologies and trends your organization needsto efficiently manage its network. Seminar time 5 critical alerts you need for IT security When it comes to incident detection and response,real-time alerts can be the differencebetween a safe network and a breached one. Stay safe Top blog posts of this month Meltdown and Spectre: Battling the bugs in Intel, AMD, and ARM processors —— How ISO 27001 helps you comply with the GDPR —— New spyware, Skygofree, threatens Android users’ privacy —— Keep an eye on your IT infrastructure in real time with AlarmsOne’s Live Feed —— Let’s talk about STIX, TAXII, and threat intelligence FOLLOW ON FACEBOOK FOLLOW ON TWITTER FOLLOW ON LINKEDIN ©2018. ManageEngine is a trademark of ZOHO Corp. All other company and product names may be trademark of the respective companies with which they are associated.