Get ready to revolutionize your Azure VM backup strategy with Druva! Join us for an exclusive overview of our cloud-native Azure VM backup support. We’ll unveil this new agentless solution and take a dive deep into how it will empower your team to optimize security, reduce costs, and eliminate complexity in your...
In Part 3 of this three-part blog post, Nikko Asset Management's Marcus Rameke discusses why opting for SaaS or PaaS over IaaS is a sensible decision for most businesses, why cloud solutions are preferable to on-premises HCI, and how to achieve environmental sustainability.
CrowdStrike will buy an application security firm founded by two Israel Defense Forces veterans to deliver risk visibility and protection across the cloud. The deal will provide visibility into application behavior and vulnerability prioritization for server-based and serverless infrastructure.
In Part 2 of this three-part blog post, Nikko Asset Management's Marcus Rameke discusses why he prefers HCI over traditional three-tier architecture data centers and IaaS and why the vision to move the workload to SaaS or PaaS is preferable. Part 3 will continue this discussion.
Kubernetes is warning all users to immediately update their clusters to the latest version - released Aug. 23 - to patch a trio of critical command injection vulnerabilities attackers can use to remotely execute code. Akamai has released proof-of-concept code for exploiting one of the flaws.
In Part 1 of this three-part blog post, Nikko Asset Management's Marcus Rameke provides an introduction and defines the requirements for making the transformative journey to the cloud. Parts 2 and 3 will discuss more detailed aspects of making the shift to the cloud.
How does an organization achieve peace of mind with security while overcoming the challenges of complex hybrid and multi-cloud networks? Here are the top reasons why your organization should consider implementing a cloud-native firewall service to protect your AWS environments and applications.
In the latest weekly update, ISMG editors discuss the state of cybersecurity market resilience in 2023, why U.S. federal regulators publicly named 130 healthcare firms using web trackers and how SentinelOne ended its partnership with startup Wiz amid takeover discussions.
Perimeter 81's ease of deployment and embrace of a cloud-based architecture made it stand apart from other secure remote access offerings, according to Check Point Software CEO Gil Shwed. The deal will help Check Point build a scalable network foundation that extends to thousands of users.
Tenable will purchase a cloud security startup founded by the longtime leader of Secdo to help security teams make efficient and accurate remediation decisions. The proposed buy of Ermetic will make it easier for security professionals of all cloud expertise levels to spot and quickly address risks.
A startup founded by the longtime leader of Secdo and backed by the likes of Qumra Capital and Accel could soon be acquired by Tenable. The company is in advanced negotiations to purchase cloud infrastructure security startup Ermetic in a deal valued at between $300 million and $350 million.
SentinelOne CEO Tomer Weingarten hit back at endpoint security rivals CrowdStrike and Microsoft and rumored M&A suitor Wiz for publicly fanning acquisition flames. The endpoint security firm called Wiz acquisition rumors "a head-scratcher," "far from fact" and "pure speculation on their part."
To assist companies in their journey for cybersecurity, Cisco Talos has published a paper that outlines what businesses with a burgeoning security program need for a robust foundation and logging architecture for businesses, even those with limited resources. This paper focuses on key areas for holistic protection of...
Venture-backed cloud security firm Wiz swallowing up publicly traded endpoint security firm SentinelOne would be one of the most unorthodox and surprising acquisitions the cybersecurity industry has ever seen. But despite the major financial hurdles, the potential technology synergies are obvious.
Calling all network defenders: Flag or block the unapproved use of legitimate cloud services in your enterprise, since malware-wielding nation-state attackers and cybercrime groups are both using them to hide their malicious activities, researchers warn.