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Information Security: Defense-in-Depth Style

July 15, 2019

Ladies and gentlemen, we’ve reached the fifth and final post of this information security in hybrid IT series. I hope you’ve found as much value in these posts as I have in your thoughtful comments. Thanks for following along. Let’s take a quick look back at …


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The Story Patching Tells

June 14, 2019

In post #3 of this information security series, let’s cover one of the essential components in an organization’s defense strategy: their approach to patching systems. Everywhere an Attack When did you NOT see a ransomware attack or security breach story in the news? And …



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IT Operations: How SecOps Saves the Day

February 13, 2019

Few messages strike fear in the hearts of IT operations staff like the dreaded scan results from your security team. These messages often appear in your inbox early on Monday morning, which means it’s sitting there waiting for you. You’re not even into your …



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Moving Toward More Proactive Cybersecurity

January 23, 2019

As the cyberlandscape continues to evolve, so do the methods of attack used by cybercriminals. And it isn’t just outsiders you have to worry about; insiders can be responsible for data breaches too. Given all the moving pieces, it’s no wonder the state of …



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You Are Here – Identity & Access Security

November 8, 2018

Where are you? Halfway through this 6-part series exploring a new reference model for IT infrastructure security! As you learned in earlier posts, this model breaks the security infrastructure landscape into four domains that each contain six categories. While today’s domain may seem simple, …