March 08, 2016
Wireless networking company Aruba has introduced software upgrades, switches and APs for a growing IoT market.
March 01, 2016
Amit Yoran kicked off RSAC 2016 by publicly backing strong encryption, denouncing the 'going dark' debate and calling for more creativity in cybersecurity.
February 17, 2016
A series of AWS improvements that mostly flew under the radar will enhance users' ability to secure AWS and build serverless applications.
December 23, 2015
Juniper firewalls are reportedly vulnerable to two serious backdoors, and the NSA may be at least indirectly responsible for one that exposes VPN data.
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Microservices are the hot new thing, so testers need to get ready. Expert Tim Western explains why you'll need to problem solve -- and relax. You've got this. Continue Reading
Enterprise file synchronization and sharing, also known as corporate sync and share, or even just EFSS, lets users to place their files either in the cloud or in on-premises storage, allowing them to access the files wherever they go, by means of either desktop computers or mobile devices. The benefits of EFSS are clear, considering how today's workforce is often on the go, working while traveling or at home as well as in the office. But the security concerns are high.
This three-part technical guide considers EFSS from three angles. First it considers how business demand for the secure file sync-and-share service has affected vendor products. Next it considers the many consumer-based file sync-and-share products available and whether they can be secured in the enterprise. Finally, this guide presents detailed and actionable advice on how to deploy a new EFSS tool in the enterprise.
By absorbing the information in this guide, readers will get up to speed on how to securely sync and share enterprise files.Continue Reading
A secure sync-and-share tool can keep sensitive files safe -- if the tool itself properly deployed and managed. Learn how in the expert tip. Continue Reading
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After Citrix released a cloud-based management platform in 2015, VMware answered with Workspace One, which combines enterprise mobility management, user authentication and a virtual desktop platform. Continue Reading
Amex cards have been discovered to be vulnerable to credit card hacking. Expert Nick Lewis explains how this happens, and what can be done about Chip and PIN security. Continue Reading
Citrix Workspace Cloud includes XenDesktop and XenApp, but it also contains other features, such as mobile device management capabilities, and it's easier for IT and workers to use. Continue Reading
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Mobile devices, wearables and IoT devices introduce new challenges for IT admins, but when it comes to managing the Wi-Fi network not a whole lot changes. Continue Reading
Cloud APIs are crucial for a successful cloud deployment, but they demand careful design and management. Here are some frequently asked questions to help you get started. Continue Reading
Cloud giants AWS, Google and Microsoft hope to win over product developers with the introduction of new IoT cloud services. Kurt Marko scans the entries and offers evaluation advice. Continue Reading
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As APIs gain importance in mobile delivery, the ability to create secure mobile APIs becomes critical. Matthew David walks us through the steps needed to create these secure APIs. Continue Reading
An OpenSSH vulnerability allows hackers to easily access passwords with a brute force attack. Expert Michael Cobb explains how to mitigate this flaw. Continue Reading
Advancements in 4G LTE networks improved the security of cellular data transmission, but it still varies wildly from network to network. Continue Reading