The second tenet of Alert Logic’s Managed Detection and Response Manifesto states that any MDR solution needs to provide 24/7 visibility and cover all assets in an organization. INAP’s Jennifer Curry, SVP, Product & Technology, joined Alert Logic and Bloor Research for a discussion related to this tenet of Alert Logic’s The MDR Manifesto. Listen to the replay here.
The primary differences between IaaS, PaaS and SaaS essentially boil down to how much of the stack you manage relative to the service provider. Depending on your need for flexibility and customization, each model has its pros and cons. The models you’ll choose depend largely on the functions of specific applications and needs of your IT operations.
INAP polled 500 IT pros to determine which household pets best replicate their on-the-job personas. Respondents were asked to choose their primary from a list of household and exotic pets and corresponding characteristics. Since most people don’t fit perfectly in a box, participants were given the option to select a secondary persona, as well. The results aren’t very scientific but are reveali...
No matter how large or small an organization is, where it’s located, or what industry it is in, there are some simple truths when it comes to cybersecurity: You can’t protect assets you’re not even aware of, and you can’t do security part-time. Working with a managed detection and response (MDR) provider is an effective way to address cybersecurity, but there is confusion about the capabilities that solid MDR requires. Learn more about the visibility and vigilance MDR needs.
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Cyberattacks have been plaguing the top headlines for years and security continues to be a top priority for enterprises across the globe. In fact, when IT pros were asked their top challenges for 2020, protecting their organizations from cyberattacks came in second only to migrating applications to the cloud. As the cybersecurity landscape continues to evolve, it’s crucial to maintain awareness and adjust security strategies accordingly. Here, we explore what’s changing and which attacks are on the rise.
The global spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has organizations large and small readying their office-based staff for temporary remote work. Many infrastructure and networking considerations must be accounted and planned for, not the least of which is additional bandwidth to ensure steady application performance.