RSA 2018 – Panic

While I wandered through RSA today, a song came to mind. You might recognize it, especially if you wore a lot of black clothes in the 1980s.  Its Panic. RSA 2018 is all about panic. Enjoy my new lyrics to this Smiths song. Panic on the streets of Frisco Panic on the streets of Austin The post RSA 2018 – Panic appeared first on Anitian.
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Navigating the Tech Industry’s ‘Great Shakeout’: Expert’s Advice for Securely Migrating to the Cloud

All indications suggest organizations’ adoption of the cloud is going to ramp up considerably in the next few years. According to Cisco’s Global Cloud Index: Forecast and Methodology (2016–2021) white paper, cloud data centers will process 94 percent of workloads and compute instances by 2021. Close to three-quarters of those resources will be Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) … Read More The post Navigating the Tech Industry’s ‘Great Shakeout’: Expert’s Advice for Securely Migrating to the Cloud appeared first on The State of Security.
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Disaster Recovery as a Service – Failover and/or Recovery

While Backup as a Service (BaaS) is prevalent in both the Consumer and Business world, Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is geared mostly towards the Business world. What needs to be understood is that DRaaS is not the same as BaaS. In addition, DRaaS is not necessarily a solution for all type(s) of businesses.… The post Disaster Recovery as a Service – Failover and/or Recovery appeared first on CCSI.
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Amazon Addresses Best Practice Secrets Management with AWS Secrets Manager

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common, and one factor driving this escalation is the fact that today’s IT systems are integrated and interconnected, requiring login information from multiple parties and services. In response, Amazon Web Services has newly launched the AWS Secrets Manager, a service designed to help organizations get a handle on these “secrets” … Read More The post Amazon Addresses Best Practice Secrets Management with AWS Secrets Manager appeared first on The State of Security.
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Cloud vs. On-Premises: Understanding the Security Differences

More and more organizations are now entrusting their IT resources and processing to the cloud. This trend is likely to grow in the coming years. To illustrate, Gartner predicts that cloud data centers will process 92 percent of workloads by 2020. Cloud workloads are expected to increase 3.2 times in that same span of time, … Read More The post Cloud vs. On-Premises: Understanding the Security Differences appeared first on The State of Security.
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Choosing the Right DDoS Solution – Part III: Always-On Cloud Service

This blog series dives into the different DDoS protection models, in order to help customers choose the optimal protection for their particular use-case. The first parts of this series covered premise-based appliances and on-demand cloud services. This installment will cover always-on cloud DDoS protection deployments, its advantages and drawbacks, and what use-cases are best for The post Choosing the Right DDoS Solution – Part III: Always-On Cloud Service appeared first on Radware Blog.
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Enterprise Mac Endpoint Management in the Cloud

It is still a little amazing to think about how prevalent Macs® have become in IT organizations. In just a few short years, Macs went from being the new laptop that users loved and IT frowned upon, to being a mainstay device found in organizations everywhere. And, that trend is only growing. The dominance that The post Enterprise Mac Endpoint Management in the Cloud appeared first on JumpCloud.
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CompTIA Stackable Certifications

You’ve put in the time, proved you have the knowledge and skills, and earned the certification. Maybe you’ve rinsed and repeated that cycle multiple times and now you have multiple certifications to your name. Your certifications validate your experience but how to bundle that into a cohesive designation? Well, CompTIA has the answer for you, The post CompTIA Stackable Certifications appeared first on Phoenix TS.
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Choosing the Right DDoS Solution – Part II: On-Demand Cloud Service

This blog series explores the various options for DDoS protection and help organizations choose the optimal solution for themselves. The first part of this series covered the premise-based DDoS mitigation appliance. This installment will provide an overview of on-demand cloud-based solutions. Subsequent chapters will also cover always-on and hybrid solutions. Advantages of moving to the The post Choosing the Right DDoS Solution – Part II: On-Demand Cloud Service appeared first on Radware Blog.
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