Launched to help hyperscalers, the spec is expected to help smaller data center operators achieve hyperscaler-level security, too.
As private experts and government officials advise against indulging the bad guys, here are some tips for following that advice.
While outdated, it’s been the go-to technology for enterprises dealing with the switch to remote work.
Secure access services edge is a young, cloud-based architecture that shows promise, but the elements that make it up differ depending on who’s selling it.
The network vendor is urging customers to patch, as attackers actively exploit the CDPwn vulnerability.
The upcoming 3rd Gen Xeon Scalable processor will widely expand applicability of Intel SGX secure enclaves in data centers.
The Maze ransomware attack involved a full Windows 7 install and, like in the Ragnar Locker case, was hidden inside an Oracle VirtualBox.
While there is still a lot of baseless hype around AI, it is already making a real difference in some areas, including physical security.
The Windows Active Directory vulnerability is severe, and blueprints for exploiting it are open source.
The colocation provider says it’s managed to mitigate successfully. Other victims weren’t so lucky.
How AI-powered facial recognition tech helps data center security, and what benefits and challenges it brings in the midst of a pandemic.
Secure access service edge is a Gartner model for streamlining network access, improving security, boosting network performance and reducing the number of vendors and devices IT pros have to deal with.
So-called confidential computing approaches allow data to remain encrypted while in use. That’s best done in hardware, and IBM, AMD and Intel are following different paths, each with its own trade-offs.
Despite costly consequences, many data center operators don’t get around to patching serious security vulnerabilities until it’s too late.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning bring new vulnerabilities along with their benefits. Here’s how several companies have minimized their risk.