How I Became A Believer In Consuming IT Security As A Service

This article was originally published in Forbes

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Introducing: native integration with AWS tags for SSH access management

A recent discussion with a customer running its environment on AWS went like this: “I have a very dynamic environment where I can dynamically create and teardown hundreds of servers in minutes and...

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InfoSec team: this Thanksgiving give thanks for Zero Trust

Thanksgiving – when families get together and express gratitude for everything they have. Traditionally this is a time for looking back to evaluate the past year and to give thanks for how far...

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To Trust Or Not To Trust: That Is The Question

Information security is a field that has received a lot of attention in recent years from theoreticians and practitioners alike. Coming from an IT network security practitioner background over the...

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Zero Day protection of SSH Servers with Zero Trust Access

 

On October 17th, Peter Winter-Smith of NCC Group disclosed a vulnerability in a popular implementation of SSH protocol – libssh.

Background

The vulnerability originated from a specific...

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Buzzword or security standard: Zero Trust, Software Defined Perimeter & BeyondCorp

CISOs the world over are constantly worried about protecting their organization from cyber attacks. With Zero Trust being the most talked about network security term, it’s easy to get lost in the...

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