The 26th Tech Field Day event put on by Gestalt IT was held this month in San Jose, California. Over the course of three days, we debated trends and topics around the Enterprise Datacenter space, talked network automation with ZPE, and participated in the OCP 2022 CXL Forum.
MFA is a huge boon to security, but some innovations that are supposed to make it easier are actually giving hackers new ways to attack individual users. This is an example of where keeping things simple would mean more security for everybody.
Implementing security policy is not easy. It's difficult from a technical perspective, sure, but convincing others in your company that the changes are necessary can be just as much of a challenge. Doubly so if you can't convince leadership.
The story of Twitter's current security woes is a great example.
The Peiter Zatko (aka "Mudge") vs Twitter situation has gotten very public. Mudge released a very long (84 pages) document that details what he says is a longstanding pattern of indifference to security. Here are the technical details of the alleged security failures.
The long-debated QUIC protocol is getting serious attention these days. It has been in development since 2012, but is all the rage now because HTTP/3 (the main reason QUIC was designed in the first place) is now an official standard.
What is it, then, and what might it mean for security? Let's find out.
Security doesn't have to be a massive financial hardship. In fact, there are a great number of things that can be done in your organization to make systems and applications more secure. This post outlines some of the most helpful that can be used to make your organization more secure.
Not all security needs to come with a price tag, and organizations shouldn't give up on becoming more secure because of cost concerns. A lot of security comes down to education, mindset, and taking advantage of the security built into products and technologies that you already own.