Exposing Emotet’s Cybercriminal Supply Chain 

Get our latest threat report exposing tactics and development lifecycles of two new epochs of Emotet attacks and see how you can mount an ironclad defense.

Authorized by FedRAMP: High

VMware Carbon Black Cloud achieved FedRAMP High designation from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.

Addressing Customer Challenges

Modernize the Security Operations Center (SOC)

Security Operations Center (SOC) teams struggle to keep pace with adversaries in a distributed world as alerts from siloed, disparate systems lack context and delay remediation time.

VMware delivers out-of-the-box operational confidence with a best-of-breed platform so you can scale response with confidence, accuracy, and speed to resolution.

Secure Multi-Cloud Workloads

With the distribution of applications and data across multi-cloud environments, a stretched perimeter and an expanding attack surface threaten to diminish the gains of multi-cloud.

VMware connects your critical control points to deliver full visibility and frictionless operations, so your apps and data are more secure with VMware— in any environment.

Secure Modern Applications

A 3-tier web application is now 3,000 tiers, and APIs are the new endpoints. Securing modern applications requires visibility and context into how apps are built (CI/CD), and how they communicate (APIs).

VMware secures the full application lifecycle at the speed of DevOps by providing continuous visibility, security and compliance, from code to production.

Secure the Hybrid Workforce

The hybrid workforce has become the new normal. Outdated perimeter-based security models are unable to scale with threats exploiting the rise in attack vectors.

VMware combines endpoint security and endpoint management with network edge security in a holistic solution. This ensures you can optimize experience and reduce risk across connected control points with automation and orchestration. 

How VMware IT Uses Zero Trust in the Data Center

Zero Trust holds the promise of achieving tighter security by only trusting network traffic that is specifically permitted by a security policy. Organizations that follow a step-by-step approach can achieve success.

The process followed by VMware IT (VMIT) to make Zero Trust the new normal for all applications in the data center can serve as a blueprint for other organizations.

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Understanding Threats on Linux

Discover the unique characteristics of malware on Linux-based systems and gain guidance on how you can stay ahead of devastating attacks.

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