DevOps is at a difficult transition point. Once the sole domain of startups looking to “move fast and break things”, the DevOps philosophy is now being taken up by large incumbents and Fortune 500 companies – and failing.
In an age where the cloud has made browser interactions the norm, companies are discovering the value of anonymous application access and client-less access.
We’ve been talking about the levels of panic in U.S. boardrooms over the big, scary GDPR, which is now here and has been ruling data privacy with an iron fist all summer.
Mirai. Reaper. Hajime.
The biggest IoT botnet threats to the healthcare industry today.
In the cloud era, the DMZ has become more important – and more vulnerable – than its original architects ever thought possible.
Think of the last time you logged into your network. Let’s assume that you used a traditional VPN, with a traditional IAM scheme underneath. This isn’t a bad assumption, because 25% of all internet traffic goes over a VPN.
Open source databases may have a problem. For the second time in just three years, a popular open-source database has become infected, on a massive scale, with cryptocurrency-related malware. In late 2016, the vector of the infection was MongoDB, and the source of the infection was ransomware.
In a recent article from CSO Online, analyst Jon Oltsik wrote that many security professionals are unclear about the true meaning of software defined perimeter because of its confusing nomenclature.