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SYS-CON Events announced today that Venafi, the Immune System for the InternetTM and the leading provider of Next Generation Trust Protection, will exhibit at @DevOpsSummit at 19th International Cloud Expo, which will take place on November 1-3, 2016, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA. Venafi is the Immune System for the InternetTM that protects the foundation of all cybersecurity - cryptographic keys and digital certificates - so they can't be misused by bad guys in attacks. In today's connected world, cybercriminals want to gain trusted status and remain undetected, which makes keys and certificates a prime target. Unfortunately, most security systems blindly trust keys and certificates, allowing bad guys to use them to hide in encrypted traffic, spoof websites, deploy malware, and steal data. As the Immune System for the Internet, Venafi pa... (more)

DDoS Mitigation | @CloudExpo @WebairInc #BigData #InfoSec #DataCenter

Download Slide Deck: ▸ Here Download Slide Deck: ▸ Here Multi-Layer DDoS Mitigation Strategies As DDoS attacks evolve to become more sophisticated and complex, they have also become much more difficult to combat and block. To protect customer applications from these damaging and costly incursions and safeguard mission-critical services, a multi-layer mitigation strategy should be employed. This strategy offers protection in several different ways: mitigating attacks from the server level to the application level as well as securing both the Linux OS and firewall layers. Using o... (more)

Data Breach Handling | @DevOpsSummit #DataCenter #DevOps #InfoSec

A data breach could happen to anyone. Data managed by your company is valuable to someone, no matter what the data is. Everything has a price tag on the dark web. It is especially true when it is customer data, such as personal and payment card details. When your customers' data turns up somewhere unexpected on the Internet, you may feel the world is collapsing around you. People start tweeting about the hack, angry customers phone in, and Brian Krebs publishes his first article. Your organization switches to an emergency mode to handle the situation. It is the time when your in... (more)

Meeting Today’s Data Security Imperative | @CloudExpo #Cloud

Organizations are experiencing a new emphasis when it comes to cybersecurity. They are moving from securing the perimeter to securing the data within it, which is the result of the proliferation of connected devices in organizations today: smartphones, tablets and the IoT. Organizations used to focus their efforts on keeping attackers outside the perimeter, because just a few years ago, the network perimeter was much more static and limited. Today, the perimeter is everywhere - and constantly moving. Furthermore, hackers have repeatedly demonstrated their ability to breach netwo... (more)

Should You Fear Artificial Intelligence | @CloudExpo #AI #IoT #Cloud

Opining about the future of AI at the recent Brilliant Minds event at Symposium Stockholm, Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt rejected warnings from Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking about the dangers of AI, saying, “In the case of Stephen Hawking, although a brilliant man, he’s not a computer scientist. Elon is also a brilliant man, though he too is a physicist, not a computer scientist.” This absurd dismissal of Musk and Hawking was in response to an absurd question about “the possibility of an artificial superintelligence trying to destroy mankind in the near future.” Schmidt... (more)

Securing Privileged Accounts | @CloudExpo #Cloud #BigData #Security

Six Tips for Securing Privileged Accounts Insider threats are on the rise more than ever. It's a malicious activity that originates from users within an organization, as opposed to attacks like DDoS that come from the outside. Cyber hackers of this kind get inside the system to steal intellectual property from the company via user credentials. They can use a variety of techniques like phishing links, password brute force, password scanning, keyloggers and many others to get their foot in the door of the enterprise network. Once an attacker compromises one employee's account, they... (more)