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How Can We Vaccinate Our Networks?

Security Weekly | December 29, 2020

 

The news is flooded with updates regarding the COVID-19 vaccine.  Cyberattacks are targeting the vaccine supply chain.  Phishing attacks are exploiting sign-ups for the vaccine.  There are even attacks to get access to vaccine data.  Sounds a lot like our enterprises every day!  We’re all learning about human […]

The List of Known SolarWinds Breach Victims Grows, as Do Attack Vectors

Data Center Knowledge | December 23, 2020

 

The SolarWinds breach story continues to get worse.

The list of known victims now includes US departments of Commerce, Defense, Energy, Homeland Security, State, the Treasury, and Health.

More worrisome for those responsible for cybersecurity at enterprise data centers, however, are the technology vendors that allowed the […]

Tool Sprawl – The Cybersecurity Challenge of 2021

Solutions Review | December 14, 2020

It’s not news that the pace of change in IT is extremely fast. What’s less well-known is the downside — tool sprawl. IT teams innovate at a breakneck pace, picking up whatever innovations suit their immediate needs. Security, in contrast, must protect the old applications that are still around, […]

7 SecOps roles and responsibilities for the modern enterprise

SearchSecurity | December 7, 2020

Security operations, or SecOps, has had a direct, if increasingly challenging, mandate since the dawn of enterprise networking: detect, respond to, predict and prevent cyberattacks. But SecOps roles and responsibilities are shifting to accommodate growing interest in an offensive, rather than defensive, approach to cybersecurity. By staying ahead of threats […]

UK tech skills gap to reduce as more Brits consider IT jobs

IT Pro | 4 November 2020

The UK’s tech skills gap is set to decrease as over half of workers are contemplating a career change into more tech-based roles, new research suggests.

A survey of over 2,000 professionals from CWJobs found that over half (55%) of non-tech workers are contemplating a career change.

The Role of Cyber Hygiene in the COVID Crisis

Signal Magazine | October 7, 2020

By Ray Rothrock Federal teleworkers need to know the cyber basics.

When it comes to nefarious deeds, the COVID-19 pandemic has been a gold mine for bad actors. In addition to wreaking havoc for individuals and healthcare organizations, federal agencies are also prime targets. Case in point: a portion […]

Pets vs cattle: How to get cloud and DevOps security right

ITProPortal | September 25, 2020

A look at security, both on-premise and in the cloud.

By Dr. Mike Lloyd

In a world as nebulous as cloud computing and DevOps, analogies can sometimes help us to think more clearly. The idea of “pets versus cattle” was first used nearly a decade ago to help delineate the […]

RedSeal Wins 2020 Cloud Computing Security Excellence Award

Cloud Computing Magazine| September 17, 2020

RedSeal was named a winner of a Cloud Computing Security Excellence Award, presented by Cloud Computing Magazine. These awards honor solutions in two categories: those that most effectively leverage cloud platforms to deliver network security, and those providing security for cloud applications.

“Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 […]