If you’re moving data to the cloud, you need visibility to ensure you’re secure. Tom Hollingsworth talks about ExtraHop Reveal(x) and how they can provide the visibility you need no matter where your data lives.
IT professional and thought leader, Joey D’Antoni, shares why it’s critical to build a data structure that supports reporting independently of transactional activity to get your business users the information they need while letting your front line business operate as expected.
If you’re having issues with gathering enough information about your iOS 13 device connecting to the wireless network, make sure you check out George Stefanick’s overview of a new diagnostic utility.
Privacy and security were overlooked while designing the online tools we use today. We need security, now more than ever, as mountains of sensitive information is stored online. Thanks to Solutions Architects, our private data can be protected.
Companies these days have more data than ever. Even small companies can easily have terabytes of data. Employees need access to proper, reliable, and most importantly correct data in order to translate that raw data into actionable information.
If you’re not already familiar with Service Mesh, the following brief description by Christopher Kusek should help get you started.
How can modern SecOps teams hope to overcome the deluge of information streaming in every second? Perhaps a little context from machine learning? Tom Hollingsworth spoke with SecBI at Black Hat 2019 and has an overview of how their solution can help.
Enterprises are increasingly using applications outside the firewall, with SaaS solutions like Slack and Microsoft Teams becoming increasingly important. At the same time, these applications attract just the type of corporate data (chat, files, and workflows) that can place organizations at legal or operational risk. They’re also using cloud-based automation tools like ServiceNow and Okta, and even running applications in Amazon AWS. That’s why it’s a good thing that data protection providers like Druva are adding support for this “outside the firewall” data.
Security is all about the policy. So why not leverage your technology to help you create it? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at the Security Field Day presentation from Edgewise Networks and how machine learning is the key to building better security policies.
Creative Technologist, Chris Grundemann, shares what he learned during his experience at Future:NET 2019.