As organizations move along the path of digital transformation, enterprise cloud usage continues to evolve as well. While cloud-born applications still need the same data protection workflows as when they were on-premises, the native protection services offered by public
cloud providers often can’t deliver...
Welcome to The Periodic Table of Enterprise Data Protection. It maps the data protection modernization journey of enterprises and serves to explain the complexities of the subject matter in an organized and structural format. It also provides a stark comparison between traditional data protection and the various use...
Organizations continue to embrace digital transformation for both their business and IT groups. The use of public cloud infrastructure has become a key driver for that transformation as organizations are using cloud infrastructure services to mitigate the capital and operational expenses associated with traditional IT...
Cloud Disaster Recovery (Cloud DR) allows customers to efficiently extend Dell EMC data protection for VMware environments to the public cloud, including AWS, Azure and VMware Cloud on AWS.
Using Cloud DR, Dell EMC Data Protection tools can store virtual machines copies over cheap object storage (AWS S3, or Azure...
The cloud-native containerized applications that have emerged over the last decade
were originally used for stateless web services. But today, cloud native applications
have matured, and along with advanced container orchestrator capabilities, we are
seeing customers deploy both stateless and stateful workloads in...
Former Obama White House cybersecurity official Chris DeRusha has been appointed federal CISO by the Biden administration after having served as CISO for the Biden campaign. He joins a number of newly appointed officials who will have cybersecurity oversight.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of the cybersecurity challenges the Biden administration must address. Also featured: payments security advice from Verizon; the outlook for the lifting of restrictions tied to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kubernetes brings some specific security requirements to the table. For a managed Kubernetes service like GKE, users have three main layers that require action: the workloads running on the cluster, the cluster and its components, and the underlying GCP services on which the cluster depends, and more.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report describes new details emerging from the SolarWinds supply chain hack investigation. Also featured: A discussion of why security education is so crucial in 2021 and tips on how to retain security and operations center analysts.
President Donald Trump has been impeached by the House of Representatives on a charge of inciting an insurrection after a riot at the U.S. Capitol led to the deaths of five people. Many experts don't believe the impeachment will have a direct impact on cybersecurity, but adversaries do look for opportunity in chaos.
Terabytes' worth of posts, images and videos from conservative social media site Parler have been forcibly obtained by security researchers who have archived the material for investigators in the wake of the violent riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Twitter permanently suspended the official account of President Donald Trump, with the social media firm citing concerns over violence following the riot by pro-Trump supporters at the Capitol. Facebook had already suspended Trump's account through the remainder of his term.
As security software firm SolarWinds investigates the supply chain attack involving its Orion software and looks to rebuild its security processes and reputation, it's hired former U.S. cybersecurity czar Chris Krebs and former Facebook CSO Alex Stamos as advisers.
This edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of the very latest information about the SolarWinds hack. Also featured are discussions of "zero trust" for the hybrid cloud environment and data privacy regulatory trends.
The massive pro-Trump demonstrations that saw large crowds riot and then occupy the U.S. Capitol building in Washington pose a significant potential cybersecurity threat as protesters appear to have gained access to at least one lawmaker's office, along with computer systems and other devices, some experts say.