There is a plethora of reasons why an organization may still be running these older operating systems, but as any respectable security practitioner will say, applying patches is the first line of defense against network-based threats.
Traditionally, backhauling traffic through a datacenter allows an office to access the internet, external resources, data and apps. However, this model often creates hair pinning and pinch points as well as an overall complicated and expensive process. With the emergence of software-defined WAN (SD-WAN), this can all be avoided.
Gopal Bhat, CIO and CISO at Rakuten Rewards, talks with Jeff Ton, InterVision's SVP of Product Development and Strategic Alliances, about responsibilities the individual must take ownership of as well as what good corporate citizenship entails.
Backups vs. Disaster Recovery as a Service: The difference between driving away and heading back to the shop
A common misunderstanding is what Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS) is compared to Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS). The difference is more than just price and provider.
Choosing the right DRaaS provider for a secure business environment can be tricky, especially if you're an organization covered by HIPAA and HITECH regulations.
Security is of upmost importance in the financial industry, and it's not easy. While some tasks may fall to the bottom of your never-ending to-do list when time and resources are limited, security simply cannot.
A SOC 2 report functions as a written form of assurance that the vendor is protecting their data. This is particularly useful to companies that are assessing potential cloud providers, since reading the report gives them transparency for what to expect of the provider.
In this episode of Status Go Chris Campbell, Solutions Engineering Manager, and Jeff Ton, SVP of Product Development and Strategic Alliances, both of InterVision, dissect the why and how of re-framing and advancing your IT resiliency.
InterVision designed a cybersecurity tool that fit the client's authentication needs, deploying ClearPass using guest-sponsored methodology, which allowed company employees to approve or deny any guest on their network. Also, the solution enabled the network administrator to monitor guest users, to see suspicious activities in real-time. Not only did the solution meet the client's goals; they were so satisfied with the benefits their network experienced in security improvements, they have been engaging with InterVision for additional projects.
The California Department of Technology (CDT), Office of Information Security (OIS) recognized the importance of preparing for State entities to migrate significant internal and customer applications into the cloud. To ensure that these efforts were realized with appropriate secure development processes, security architecture, configuration, and monitoring/management capabilities, CDT sought out InterVision, who developed DevOps/SecOps tools and processes to support both multi-cloud and hybrid cloud environments.