Monitoring the Microsoft Azure virtual network Network Watcher is a native Azure service which provides performance monitoring and diagnostic services for Azure tenants. A plethora of logging and diagnostic data are available through Network Watcher which enable insights to your network performance and health. By combining the diagnostic and monitoring capabilities of Network Watcher with ...
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It’s almost summertime—where the nights are longer and the water is warmer! Before we head to the beach it’s time to review all the things we learned about the cloud from the past two quarters. For #CloudFinalsWeek we’re asking you to prove your knowledge on the current climate of cloud computing and security. Will you ...
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Week over week, a new threat against valuable data emerges. Sometimes, adversaries in cybersecurity find ways to infiltrate systems through advanced malware strains. Other times, they’ll find holes in an organization’s infrastructure, which have been accidentally created by a well-intentioned employee. Both occur all too often, but the latter is actually tied to another threat ...
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This blog was written by Stan Golubchik. Using cloud-native threat intelligence to enhance workload security Risk assessment is crucial in today’s public cloud. In Amazon Web Services (AWS), native monitoring services for ingress and egress network data can shed light on potential network threats and anomalies. A service of AWS, GuardDuty, bridges the capability to ...
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At the end of 2017, McAfee surveyed 1,400 IT professionals for our annual Cloud Adoption and Security research study.  As we release the resulting research and report at the 2018 RSA Conference, the message we learned this year was clear: there is no longer a need to ask whether companies are in the cloud, it’s ...
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This blog post was written by Sandy Orlando. It’s RSA Conference season and a great time to talk about containers and security. No, not traditional shipping containers. Containers have become developers’ preferred deployment model for modern cloud applications, helping organizations accelerate innovation and differentiate themselves in the marketplace. This is part of the natural progression ...
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Data protection is on a lot of people’s minds this week. The Facebook testimony in Congress has focused attention on data privacy. Against this backdrop, IT security professionals are focused on two on-going developments: the roll-out next month of new European regulations on data (the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR) as well as the ...
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As enterprise customers move from the private to the public cloud, they are looking for safety and uninterrupted coverage, but also multi-platform availability and inter-operativity with other products The public cloud offers convenience, cost savings, and the opportunity to shift capital infrastructure spending to an operational expense model. But it also introduces a new level ...
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According to recent research1, 50% of organizations use more than one public cloud infrastructure vendor, choosing between Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform and a series of others. 85% of those using more than one cloud infrastructure provider are managing up to four1, seeking the best fit for their applications and hedging ...
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