2022 SANS Survey: State of Cloud Security in the Enterprise

2022 SANS Survey: State of Cloud Security in the Enterprise
More and more enterprises have moved their infrastructure and operations to the cloud than ever before. Along with these changes, we have also seen a significant change in enterprise security posture and use of technology. However, what does that change look like? How have security teams kept up with the change? Just what is the state of cloud security in the enterprise?
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TLS/SSL Inspection for Stronger Cybersecurity

With cyberattacks becoming easier and cheaper to launch, it’s no surprise that 80.5% of technology leaders consider cyber attacks at their organization likely. Pulse and A10 Networks surveyed 200 technology leaders to find out how their companies are thinking about SSL inspection and decryption solutions as part of a Zero Trust strategy.
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How memcached reflection threatens IT security

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