Through the seemingly never-ending onslaught of security breaches making headlines day after day, we are learning that the most intrusive and harmful attacks are actually the ones related to low-level security holes.
It’s never too early to start thinking about New Year’s resolutions.
December 1, 2016
According to a SolarWinds survey earlier this year, while organizations may be more prepared today than in the past, the threat and consequences of cyber attack and security breaches loom as large as ever.
As a father, I’m pretty familiar with most of the classic children’s stories: Green Eggs and Ham, Goodnight Moon, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, etc. Another one of particular note is Chicken Little.
All too often security is discussed primarily in the context of threats that come from the outside. Yes, cybercriminals and other outside threats are rightfully a key focus when it comes to data center security, but focusing solely on them dangerously ignores the potential threats and vulnerabilities from within: endusers and even us, the venerable but not invulnerable IT professionals.
Read this month's featured stories: Standard UL 3223 will serve as the basis for the certification program. The Edge is hot, and getting hotter. As our businesses become increasingly digital, we tend to think about technology in non-physical terms. Our IT infrastructure becomes “the cloud.” Our servers and storage become “virtual.” Our networks become “software-defined.”, and more.