This blog was written by Brian Dye. With enterprises moving to hybrid cloud environments, IT architectures are increasingly spread among on-premises infrastructure and public and private cloud platforms. Hybrid models offer many well-documented benefits, but they also introduce more complexity for securing data and applications across the enterprise. And this added complexity requires an increasingly ...
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Would you hand your house keys to a total stranger and then go away on vacation for two weeks? Probably not, but that’s precisely what some businesses do when they move applications and data to the public cloud. Security has long been the principal fear that weighs on cloud investments. While perceptions are improving, McAfee’s ...
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Cloud environments have made some things much easier for development teams and IT organizations. Self-service portals have cut down the amount of “hands on” intervention to spin up new environments for new products. Provisioning of new infrastructure has moved from weeks or days to minutes. One thing that barely changed with this transformation is security. ...
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This blog post was written by Teresa Wingfield. In a previous blog, we talked about how McAfee Application Control uses local and global intelligence to simplify whitelist updates and briefly mentioned our Dynamic Trust Model. Now, let’s take a deeper look at the flexibility our Dynamic Trust Model offers to automatically update whitelists based on ...
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Whatever the specific configuration of your cloud, be it public, private, or a mix of both, there are security risks that aren't immediately apparent, ranging from the technical to organizational to issues of governance. Here are five things you need to know about integrating security across your multiple cloud deployments for optimal security. 1) Know ...
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This blog was written by Victor Vásquez Cruz. Utilizar la nube para migrar servicios y reducir costos en infraestructura es uno de los mejores sucesos que le han ocurrido a las empresas en años recientes; sin embargo, los riesgos asociados con esta decisión pueden ser altos y están relacionados no sólo con la falta de ...
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This blog was written by Joakim Lialias. Pop quiz: what’s happening on July 14th, 2015? If you’ve been following along with this series, you’ll know it’s the impending End of Support (EOS) for Windows Server 2003. So far, we’ve covered two of the three migration options available to those still running Windows Server 2003: migrating ...
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This blog was written by Joakim Lialias. Still running a Windows Server 2003? You’ll want to read this. As you may or may not have heard, the end of life for Windows Server 2003 is now set for July 14th, 2015 – meaning after that date, it will no longer be supported by Microsoft. So, ...
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