Category Archives: Web Services

Cisco: Cybercriminals are becoming more evasive and sophisticated

As organizations innovate, they must be aware of changing security factors and adjust their defenses accordingly.

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Java finally plans to remove serialization…eventually

Oracle has unveiled plans to remove serialization from its Java software, fixing a long-term vulnerability. 

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Understanding the state of enterprise digitization

Enthusiasm for web-backed workflows clearly continues to flourish, but how are organizations participating in this technological revolution incorporating cutting-edge products and services into their operations?

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How blockchain is transforming the financial services space

Among the many organizations testing the blockchain waters, those in the financial services space are best positioned to see return on investment on phase-one implementations.

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Keys to achieving GDPR compliance

Here are some of the essential data management aspects IT teams must address to meet GDPR compliance standards and avoid considerable fines.

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SonicWall: The digital threat environment is intensifying

SonicWall recently analyzed insights collected from approximately 1 million sensors in 200 countries and gathered testimony from respected data security consultants to formulate a sweeping picture of the modern cybercrime landscape.

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Federal IT modernization moves forward

The Technology Modernization Fund Board, an assembly of seven federal information technology stakeholders tasked with leading government IT modernization efforts, convened for the first time earlier this month.

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Understanding the rise of DevSecOps

DevSecOps is an innovative application development strategy meant to yield agile yet sturdy software.

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Why Java and cryptocurrency do not mix

Java-based fixtures present particularly tough challenges for the internal information technology teams and external data security firms tasked with defending both businesses and users from attackers specializing in cryptojacking.

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The GDPR is coming. Is your organization ready?

The European Parliament in April 2016 passed new data privacy legislation in an effort to protect consumers from the emerging information security threats accompanying the advancement of consumer and enterprise technology.

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