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Doing More with Less: Leveraging Virtualization and Hyperconvergence for IT Management

Aug 09 by Liviu Arsene

Virtualizations plays a critical role in today’s data centers, as it was designed to reduce operational costs while boosting performance and efficiency. The emergence of software-defined data centers (SDDC) and hyperconverged infrastructures (HCI) that rely on an extra abstraction layer enables faster provisioning of storage, compute and networking resources while offering IT admins an automation architecture through the use of APIs and policies.

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Following GAO Report Detailing IoT Security Risks, Legislatures Proffer Plan to Harden IoT Devices

Aug 09 by George V. Hulme

A bill introduced earlier this week in the United States Senate aims to bolster the security of Internet-connected devices by using the vast-purchasing power of the United States Government to enforce a baseline security standard.

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The balancing act of IT: Retaining control over a distributed IT

Aug 07 by Liviu Arsene

Digitalization has brought new opportunities for companies and new challenges for IT teams. If legacy data centers were built around vendor-specific hardware, requiring dedicated manpower and software for maintenance, hyperconvergence (HCI) and today’s software-defined data centers (SDDC) introduce a new abstraction layer that turns hardware into a commodity.

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Cloud security spending increased for half of US companies in 2016

Aug 04 by Razvan Muresan

Cloud security spending increased for 48 percent of the companies in the past year, while the IT security budget for other security activities remained the same, as shown in a Bitdefender survey of more than 500 IT decision makers.

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How do I tell my CFO what security technologies to buy?

Aug 02 by Liviu Arsene

Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) these days have a hard time balancing budgets and acquisitions, especially when it comes to security. While for a CIO or a CSO the decision to invest in security might seem like a no-brainer, CFOs have to evaluate security spending against other business costs. And security is often difficult to distinguish from IT operations if you’re not involved in either.

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Enterprises Continue to Grapple with a Huge Cyber Security Skills Shortage

Jul 31 by Bogdan Botezatu

Anyone who works in the cyber security field probably knows how difficult it is for companies to fill security-related job openings. But the shortage has been made all the more worrisome, given the growing severity and frequency of attacks. And according to recent research, the shortage is getting worse.

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Best Practices for Preventing and Responding to Ransomware Attacks

Jul 27 by Razvan Muresan

Ransomware is a growing threat to any organizations  that rely on systems and data; in other words, just about any organization in the world.

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Connected medical devices at risk, a top target for future malware attacks

Jul 25 by Luana Pascu

When WannaCry ransomware hit in May, the world was bewildered. Who would have thought a Windows SMB protocol exploit would be used in a historical cyberattack that would cripple over 200,000 Windows computers from 150 countries, including 48 NHS hospitals and medical devices in the UK and similar facilities in the US.

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Swedish scandalous cloud security leak

Jul 24 by George V. Hulme

A cybersecurity breach scandal involving the Swedish Transport Authority, Transportstyrelsen, erupted late last week and throughout the weekend according to numerous news reports.

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GDPR Readiness: Time is Slipping By

Jul 24 by George V. Hulme

When it comes to attaining readiness for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) the clock is ticking. The GDPR is a set of regulatory mandates (Regulation (EU) 2016/679) that seek to shore up and streamline data protections for citizens within the European Union, including providing residents control over data about them and limiting exports of such data outside the union.

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Bitdefender helps Europol, FBI, DOJ shut down Hansa

Jul 21 by Filip Truta

Collaboration between Bitdefender, Europol, the FBI and the US Department of Justice has successfully ended with the takedown of Hansa, the global criminal marketplace. Operating on the Tor network, the dark net market distributed illegal goods and services, including guns and drugs.

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Smart business – companies invest heavily in cloud security as cyber-threat grows

Jul 20 by Filip Truta

Businesses are growing increasingly aware of the security risks beyond the control of their cloud provider, according to new research by B2B ratings and reviews firm Clutch.

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