October 13, 2016
Akamai researchers discovered how unknown threat actors are using an SSH flaw to secretly gain control of IoT devices and turn them into proxies for malicious traffic.
July 22, 2016
Oracle patches its biggest batch yet of security fixes in this quarter's CPU cycle.
January 26, 2016
Fortinet denies that a vulnerability found in many of its products is a true backdoor, but finds that the flaw is more widespread than once thought.
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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Identity access management (IAM) systems work to help keep security high by initiating, capturing, recording and managing user identities and access permissions. Cloud identity and access management systems can simplify these complex tasks, but moving identity stores to the cloud also raises security concerns. This guide focuses on several security-related identity and access management issues.
First, Dejan Lukan, a malware analyst, considers the subject of IAM in the cloud through the use of public and private keys, and offers four tips on hardening the security of cloud keys. Next, security expert Dave Shackleford outlines several best practices for managing access and identity in the cloud age. Finally, author and systems architect Dan Sullivan digs into federated identity management, with a dual focus on two tools: Active Directory Federation Services, or ADFS, and Amazon Web Service's AD Connector.
Readers of this collection of expert advice will come away with a deeper knowledge of identity and access management for cloud and have a better of the actions they can take to better secure access to their enterprise systems.Continue Reading
The security of the individual data center server can get lost in the shuffle of protecting enterprise networks. These server security tools will help. Continue Reading
There is no catch-all for securing a cloud network. Administrators should take a comprehensive approach to protect AWS cloud resources. Continue Reading
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Allowing users to tunnel through a firewall to access any site creates a security risk. How big of a risk is it? It depends on how much you trust your users. Continue Reading
Like how open source system management software is flexible and saves money, but worried about security or customization? GitHub forking allows you to bring that software in-house. Continue Reading
Centrally managing system logs is an important practice for enterprise security. Expert Dejan Lukan explains how to set up cloud servers, such as ELK stack, for this purpose. Continue Reading
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Enterprises evaluating a migration to Jenkins continuous integration for quick and agile software development should keep security in the forefront of their decision. Continue Reading
New research has cast doubt on the security of the Diffie-Hellman key exchange method. Expert Michael Cobb explains if enterprises should be concerned. 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