Category: Cloud Security and DevSecOps

Cloud Security and DevSecOps

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How DevSecOps Keep The Application Secure

Security architects are an essential presence in your IT department. If you haven’t already, it’s time to have them sit at the table and have a strong voice. Why? The cyber security landscape has changed dramatically over the past several years, and what used to work no longer works. Even…

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Penetration Testing Phases: A Roadmap To Secure Enterprise Applications

All Internet-facing systems and applications carry security risks. Any application with ineffective security controls in place is potentially vulnerable. Attackers target e-commerce sites, third-party service providers, mobile applications, network applications, and other companies that provide applications used on websites. Cybercrime and similar threat actors continue evolving and modifying their attacks,…

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How Secure Is Your Serverless Architecture: Security Risks & Best Practices

Serverless architectures take the need to manage infrastructure-related operations out of the equation and allows the organizations and their application developers to focus more on developing quality code. This model of computing brings a myriad of benefits like faster deployment, increased flexibility, scalability and accessibility. No need to worry about…

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Maintaining Cyber Security In The Remote Work Environment

Remote work and hybrid offices are the new normal. We all know this shift in the workplace is a result of global pandemic. While employees find work from home culture convenient and ask for better policies from employers, organizations are struggling with new challenges posed by cyber security in remote…

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Understanding Endpoint Security and Its Importance in an Enterprise

Endpoint security is a cybersecurity practice performed to secure endpoints such as desktops, laptops, servers, and fixed-function devices from all types of malicious acts that could be triggered from internal or external sources. Endpoints are connected through a network and can communicate with other points and devices across the network.…

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Multitenant Security In Cloud Computing

Multitenant architecture, commonly referred to as multitenancy, is about designing systems in such a manner that they are “shared.” It is a core tenant of cloud computing and offers substantial benefits to cloud service providers, organizations, and end-users. It has taken the cloud computing model beyond efficiency and cost optimization.…

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What is operational security? Proven steps to achieve OpSec in an IT

A company could have a threat in many ways, or its security could be breached by anyone, including an employee, former employee, contractor, business associate, or other organization members who have access to critical data and IT systems. Even the ids and identities of a current employee could be tweaked…

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Data Security in the Cloud

Data Security: How To Keep Data Secure In The Cloud?

Data security is the amalgamation of best practices and the technology of protecting valuable and sensitive company and customer data, for instance, personal or financial information. Every business now collects, stores, and manages valuable data in the cloud. Hackers look for sensitive information in the cloud-based applications such as the…

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Cloud Security Best Practices

Top 12 Cloud Security Best Practices

Cloud security refers to using technologies, processes, controls, policies and combining them all to protect cloud-based systems, data and infrastructure. Though it is considered a sub-domain of computer security and more broadly comes under information security, as data is stored on the cloud, security posture changes with which customers and…

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What Is DevSecOps And Why Is It Important In DevOps Mix?

In recent years, DevOps as a development process has gained traction and popularity for providing the opportunity to outperform the competition through continuous innovation and meeting customer needs. Although this development methodology brings together development and operations teams to work across the entire application lifecycle to speed up delivery and…

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Cyber Security

Importance of Cyber Security In Cloud And Five Best Practices To Achieve It

Cloud computing has become a must for companies seeking to accelerate innovation and collaboration. Not only enterprises but SMEs have also expanded the adoption of cloud services, especially being hit from Covid-19. Although the pandemic situation fosters digital transformation more with cloud services. It invites increased complexity in cloud computing…

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