Security

New and known threat and security trends

Employees access company networks or cloud-based resources from the home office via WLAN. IT staff remotely troubleshoot mission-critical systems and more. Hackers waste no time exploiting these potential vulnerabilities. The most important current security and threat trends are briefly outlined below. Unfortunately, the scope and sophistication of these attacks are expected to get worse over …

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What actually happened to SASE?

Almost three years ago, Gartner presented SASE, a network and security architecture for the digitized corporate world. What has happened since then? There are solutions on the market today with which companies can already implement a large part of the SASE vision. In 2019, market researcher Gartner formulated a new architecture model for security and …

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Companies recognize the need to invest in digital security

Global digitization is progressing unstoppably, sensitive business information is stored digitally and exchanged across countries. Global networks and technological progress continue to develop at high speed. Cyber ​​risks are increasing and cyber security is becoming a requirement for companies and institutions. With the increasing complexity of corporate information networks and the increasing number of security …

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Dispel three zero trust myths

In the corporate environment, “zero trust” has undoubtedly been one of the hottest terms for some time now. As with so many other buzzwords in IT, however, there are a number of myths about it. Time to clean that up. A study by the Cloud Security Alliance published earlier this year concludes that 80 percent …

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What is a neural network?

An artificial neural network is inspired by the biological neural network. It abstracts how it works in a mathematical model and consists of interconnected neurons. With artificial neural networks, various tasks can be solved computer-based. An artificial neural network can be trained and learns independently. Artificial neural networks are a subfield of artificial intelligence. In …

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What is LACP (Link Aggregation Control Protocol)?

With the Link Aggregation Control Protocol, several physical connections can be bundled on the link layer and combined into a logical Link Aggregation Group (LAG). LACP takes care of the dynamic configuration of the logical connection. Compared to the operation of individual links, the usable bandwidth increases. In addition, the availability of the connection increases. …

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Medium-Sized Companies Also Need Risk Management for Their Partners

When the term TPRM (Third-Party-Risk-Management) is mentioned, many companies jump and think of a lot of paper that needs to be filled. Medium-sized companies like to push it away and think that only corporations need it. But is this really the case? It’s not only corporations that depend on their suppliers, even small and medium-sized …

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From Monitoring to Observability

IT pros need to monitor more and more resources to understand events in their databases and applications, as well as manage technology stacks that span from on-premises to public clouds. In order to reduce complexity and create comprehensive transparency of their IT systems, companies should pursue an observability approach. Observability and monitoring are often equated. …

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