Blog Posts Tagged with "Perimeter Security"

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Three Keys to Managing Firewalls for Better Security

September 25, 2012 Added by:Richard Stiennon

The that firewalls do not provide value had its first incarnation in de-perimeterization. The idea is that because network security is so hard we should give up and focus on securing the endpoints and data that travels between them. In reality we have to defend four separate domains...

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Are Applications and Services on the Public Cloud Secure?

September 15, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los

Any application that was built to be secured independently of the environment will do as well in a public cloud as it did in your private data center. If you build the application to be low-risk independent of your environmental controls you shouldn't have to worry where it lives...

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Data is the New Perimeter for Cloud Security

September 12, 2012 Added by:Mike Gault

The security market in 2012 is estimated at $60 billion, yet adding more layers of perimeter security may be completely useless against a determined sysadmin working on the inside. The end result is that your data might or might not be secure – you simply have no way to prove it...

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Securing Your Application Perimeter: Getting Results

September 08, 2012 Added by:Fergal Glynn

What applications should you be testing? Just because the discovery process identifies 300 web applications doesn’t mean that you’d want to test the 30 that clearly should be decommissioned...

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Securing Your Application Perimeter: What to Test for Vulnerabilities

September 05, 2012 Added by:Fergal Glynn

When dynamic scanning engines were first designed they were primarily tools for penetration testers to use on a few select web applications deemed critical enough to warrant serious testing. But times have changed, every Internet facing application is now a potential attack surface...

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Data: The Final Frontier of the Collapsing Perimeter

July 16, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los

If we as IT professionals and architects acknowledge that the perimeter is now around the data, what solutions do we have for protecting it? How can we protect data which is mobile, usable, and in a constant state of danger? The answer seems to be some form of protection that involves our old friend, encryption...

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Reality Check: Traditional Perimeter Security is Dead

December 15, 2010 Added by:Stefan Fouant

An all-inclusive security posture looks at the network from a holistic point of view. The principles of Defense-in-Depth will make evident the failings of the traditional perimeter model. The traditional perimeter is dead. The perimeter is wherever the data is...

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