ManageEngine named a 2020 Gartner Peer Insights Customers' Choice for Security Information and Event Management!

We’re excited to announce that ManageEngine has been recognized as a Customers’ Choice in 2020 Gartner Peer Insights “Voice of the Customer’: Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) for the second time. This is in addition to our recognition in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Security Information and Event Management, 2020 for four consecutive times. We are thrilled to be named this recognition yet again. What better way to be recognized than by our customers?


How to protect your IT infrastructure from a Maze ransomware attack

Pitney Bowes, a global package delivery giant, has been hit by a second ransomware attack in less than seven months, according to ZDNet. Those responsible for the attack have released screenshots portraying directory listings from inside the company’s network. What is Maze ransomware and what makes it so special?


Launching Desktop Central Cloud: Embrace UEM the SaaS way!

Desktop Central is a holistic unified endpoint management (UEM) solution that offers a dynamic approach to securing and managing user devices, including desktops, laptops, smartphones, and tablets. Already established as a leader in the UEM field, ManageEngine adds another feather to its cap by now offering a cloud-based UEM solution. Desktop Central Cloud gives you 360-degree control over all your network endpoints.


OpManager now supports SMSEagle, Twilio, and Clickatell, so you can get SMS alerts anywhere!

IT admins need to know the status of their IT devices, servers, routers, switches, and firewalls. To meet this need, OpManager has a highly responsive and robust notification and alerting system that sends alerts via email, Slack, and even SMS. Murphy’s law says anything that can go wrong will go wrong, and if you’re in IT, you’re probably familiar with how easily things can go wrong.

Email security in the post-COVID-19 era

Following the outbreak of COVID-19, organizations around the world have rapidly adopted remote work policies, making email communication more important than ever for disparate teams to collaborate. This has made it convenient for threat actors to launch email-based cyberattacks. The FBI has issued a public service announcement in which it revealed that it is anticipating business email compromise (BEC) attacks related to the COVID-19 crisis to increase. Hence, it's imperative for businesses to strengthen email security to mitigate email-borne threats.

Telecommunications giant reveals an Active Directory server breach. What can we learn from it?

We’ve always been vocal about the imminent threat of breaches and propagated the message that irrespective of the size of your business, the industry you’re in, or your geography, you can be subject to a security breach. And unfortunately, history repeats itself often. On May 11, 2020, Nippon Telegraph & Telephone (NTT), a large telecommunications company, revealed that attackers may have stolen data from its internal systems, affecting over 600 customers.


Leverage advanced analytics to secure your endpoint devices

With the new normal adding several more challenges and variables to the security layer, how do you ensure your data is safeguarded without increasing the workload or the headcount of your security team? Using advanced analytics, in tandem with endpoint monitoring applications such as ManageEngine’s Mobile Device Manager Plus and Desktop Central, will help you better visualize and analyze your endpoint data, identify patterns, and establish correlations.


Permissions, access rights, and privileges: Active Directory and Azure Active Directory

Permissions, access controls, user rights, or privileges define what an identity can see or do in an organization. These terms are often used interchangeably based on context, and essentially perform the same function—granting or denying access to the resources in an enterprise.