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Don’t leave your Amazon S3 buckets exposed

Although the default settings keep S3 data private, configuration errors have exposed data to the world. Even the NSA has screwed up

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3 emerging cloud technologies for enterprise

Most enterprises manage more than 10,000—and that’s with only 20 percent of their workloads in the cloud. New cloud tech is emerging to help

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5 key observations on cloud-native security

Cloud-native security's meta policy around security layers allows the devops or cloud teams to operate it as seamlessly as possible

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Centralized security in the cloud is the best security model

Sadly, enterprises don't like the idea of a central trust service in the cloud to secure both their cloud and local systems

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Bossie Awards 2017: The best networking and security software

InfoWorld picks the top open source software for protecting networks and their users

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A better model for cloud security

How Bracket Computing uses full workload isolation to secure the hybrid cloud without disrupting developer workflow

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How cloud-native security can prevent modern attacks

Cloud-native security can prevent modern attacks. Here's why and how

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How to keep container secrets secret

Keeping secrets secret in container-based applications is complex and challenging, but far from hopeless

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3 reasons cloud-native is the next evolution in enterprise security

Cloud-native is the next evolution for security in the enterprise, because it gives every organization the ability to use the same tools and processes used by modern fast-moving organizations, such as Airbnb, Google and Facebook. It’s...

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Attack and response: Cloud-native cybersecurity vs. virtual machine security

Securing containers and cloud-native workloads is different than securing virtual machines (VMs), and it all starts with understanding attack and response and the ever-evolving nature of threats.

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The latest cyber attacks show why the cloud is safer

No major cloud provider has fallen victim to all the malware attacks of the last few years. What does that tell you?

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Security in a cloud-native environment

Cloud-native design can offer tremendous security—but getting there needs a structured design approach to safeguard enterprise systems and data

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The 2 cloud security myths that must die

Too many people treat cloud security as a black-and-white proposition, which risks wasting lots of money or having security gaps—or both

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Security-as-a-service model gains traction

A new report finds mid-tier companies are increasingly turning to security-as-a-service offerings to manage their network security needs

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Move to the cloud: The barriers are all removed

If you have been contemplating a move to the cloud, the time is now. All the traditional barriers have been removed.

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Data security and the cloud: Earn trust by putting your customers in control

Giving customers control over who can access their sensitive data can go a long way toward helping the cloud industry reduce fears and earn trust.

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IT pros agree: Security is better in the cloud

A survey of 300 IT pros shows that cloud security is preferred over on-prem security for protecting your data and systems

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The barrier to cloud security isn't the technology

Cloud security requires that we blend the old with the new. In too many enterprises, this proves to be a political challenge

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Disaster recovery: How is your business set up to survive an outage?

Can your business get by with an asynchronous backup or must that offsite server be updated by the second to keep the business up and running at all times?

Google Cloud sharpens its enterprise strategy

Google used to rely mainly on its technical bona fides to sell its cloud, but now it's meeting customers halfway with new enterprise-friendly capabilities and support

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