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27.Sep.2017
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More than 300,000 vulnerable websites due to Wordpress Statistics. Also, all those using the famous CMS and who have not yet done the 4.8.2 update are vulnerable to no less than 9 security vulnerabilities. Constantly exposed, and while users attach an increasing importance to their data security, companies are struggling to remain protected.
08.Sep.2017
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Improve Security of Docker, Containers, and Microservices with a security expert from Outpost24 to understand the risk and vulnerabilities associated with the new technology.
07.Sep.2017
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Many companies are wondering about the Google Cloud Platform security. We are here trying to answer your questions about it.
24.Aug.2017
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Learn more about our Top 10 Microsoft Azure security best practices to continuously secure your cloud environment from cyber-attacks.
16.Jun.2017
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Build and improve your DevOps Cycle with an innovative cloud security solution: Elastic Workload Protector. Detect all your cloud vulnerability with our all-in-one solution
08.Jun.2017
SecludIT, now part of Outpost24
Find how AWS partner security solution - Amazon Inspector - works with Elastic Workload Protector to improve your cloud security
23.May.2017
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How to address Docker Vulnerabilities, Failures and Issues with your DevOps team? Improve your Docker security with a vulnerability tool.
09.Mar.2017
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Enterprises are migrating to IaaS due to flexibility and speed. However, IaaS brings new security challenges
16.Feb.2017
SecludIT, now part of Outpost24
DevSecOps give the better answer to improve Cloud security and containers security. Companies need fully automated solution for their IaaS environment
05.Jan.2017
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Common beliefs that IaaS providers are responsible for the security of customer workloads, are wrong. The shared responsibility model for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) means that enterprises have to adapt traditional security to secure cloud based workloads. A cloud workload is a discrete capability or amount of work you’d like to run on a Cloud instance. It can be a web server, a container or an hadoop node for example.

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