While Zero Trust is still a relatively new idea in the industry, we have Google's BeyondCorp to look at as evidence that it’s achievable... and that it works.
As we at ScaleFT near the two-year mark on our journey to reimagine how companies secure their sensitive resources, today was an exciting day for our industry as Okta went public with a strong first day showing
Fanatical Support is more than a catchy tagline, it’s a core tenet of the Rackspace culture as a leading managed service provider. For many companies, migrating workloads to the cloud and adopting the inherent technologies requires the right partner to guide them along the way.
From humble beginnings as a local LAN party in Sweden, DreamHack has grown to become the world’s largest Digital Festival, bringing 20,000+ people together for a weekend of gaming, music, art, and more.
To avoid getting lost in the shuffle, Google held a satellite event just down the street at their Developer Launchpad], where they delivered two days of presentations and panels related to security.
I attended the Usenix Enigma conference this week in Oakland, which brought together some of the brightest minds in security across academia, government, and business.
The BeyondCorp papers that we often reference here at ScaleFT have provided insight into their practices for how employees access protected resources, and now we're fortunate to be presented an in-depth view into how they secure their entire infrastructure through the publication of a new whitepaper
This is the third and final post describing my favorite talks from Real World Crypto 2017.
The term Cloud Native usually references application-centric tools and patterns, so what does it mean to be a Cloud Native organization? It begins with the awareness that being a software company goes beyond simply making technology choices.