When you’re working with large quantities of data, there is plenty of room for things to go haywire. This week on the CBT Nuggets blog, we talked about how to keep your customers’ data secure, dove deep into what the GDPR means for your team, and learned what DevSecOps means.
What Does DevSecOps Even Mean?
When DevOps and security combine, you find yourself with a nearly unstoppable process. DevSecOps (development, security, and operations) has emerged, blending the approach of bringing new application services to production with ensuring that these practices also embrace good security measures. Here’s how your organization can start automating security to protect your APIs, microservices, and big data.
How the GDPR Changes Everything — and What You Can Do To Prepare
Regulatory compliance has become more of a challenge for organizations the past few years, and with the European GDPR regulations around the corner, it will be even more of a challenge this year. It’s possible to manage this by centralizing access control, efficient change management, and enforcing privacy preferences across the enterprise.
Keeping Your Big Data on Lock
Big data in this day and age is… well, big. Because most big data applications live in the cloud, you have more services accessing the data, more data transferred over the internet, and a lot of valuable data in one place. The shared responsibility model means that your service provider keeps your (and everyone else’s) data safe, but then you’re responsible for who gains access to it. Here are some ways to secure your big data.
Why Is Cybersecurity So Hard?
Cybersecurity is hard. Ask anyone in the field, but not in the way you think. If you’re doing cybersecurity well, then it’s boring. It’s a lot of fortifying and hardening, but mostly patching. (So much patching.) But you don’t want it to be exciting.
4 Ways CompSec Pros Protect Their Computers
You likely have your bases covered when it comes to your workforce’s best security practices: strong passwords, antivirus software, and a keen eye to email phishing techniques. But how do the pros keep their networks safe? Find out how the pros keep their computers locked and how your team can use their ideas to your gain.