DevOps Security

It’s Not You, It’s Not Me, It’s We: DevSecOps

I have recently returned from Jenkins World, where I hosted a panel called, “It’s not you, it’s not me, it’s we,” which was about DevSecOps and what you really need to be successful “in making security everyone’s responsibility.” I was very lucky to be supported by an all-star panel made up of Pete Chestna...

Stay on the line with a VoIP continuity plan

Voice over IP (VoIP) phone systems offer far superior mobility, functionality, and cost-efficiency than traditional landlines. But like any computer system, it can be vulnerable to service disruptions, equipment failure, and cyberattacks. With proper preparation, however, your phone systems can weather any disaster. The post Stay on the line with a VoIP continuity plan appeared first on Health...

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VMworld 2017 Europe Briefing: VMware Enhances Multiple Cloud Management in VRealize Suite 2017

Check out the latest enhancements to VMware vRealize Suite 2017 VMware’s updated vRealize Suite provides enhancements to extend their virtualization management capabilities from on-premise across multiple clouds providing intelligent operations, better automation and support for DevOps-ready IT. read...

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AWS Penetration Testing Part 2 – S3, IAM, EC2

Penetration Testing AWS Services AWS Penetration Testing Part 2. S3, IAM, EC2 S3 and IAM Policies Unlike ACLs and bucket policies, IAM policies are targeted at IAM users/groups instead of S3 buckets and objects. Using an IAM policy, we can give an IAM user limited access to S3 resources (or any AWS service in general). More posts like this can be found at Virtue...

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