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Container Danger in the Cloud

by: Lori MacVittie

The slow but steady migration to cloud-based environments has had an impact on many aspects of IT. One we rarely make mention of is administration. But we should.

Rethink Your Access Strategy, Think BeyondCorp

by: Lee Slaughter

F5's Lee Slaughter offers his take on the 'zero trust' model, along with solutions from F5 and Google.

Possession and Identity in the Internet of Things

by: Lori MacVittie

Long-time tech watchers have seen the gradual move of computing devices from no-user to multi-user to single-user models.

The Gateways to Innovation are in the Network

by: Lori MacVittie

Throughout history, certain places have been anointed with the term “gateway to the _____.” These locations are famous for being strategically important for the defense of a kingdom or as a pathway to new opportunities.

Hello IoT, Goodbye Security Innocence

by: Bernd Kunze

2016 showed us that the Internet of Things (IoT) is a game-changer when it comes to service provider networks.

RSA: Building an Application Security Ecosystem

by: Preston Hogue

At F5, we talk a lot about concepts like the changing threat landscape and the dissolving perimeter – that applications and user identities are increasingly the primary targets of malicious attacks because these are the new gateways to valuable...

Credential Theft: Easy as Shooting Phish in a Barrel

by: Lee Slaughter

Imagine your best-case scenario: You’ve conducted security awareness training for your users and have educated them on all the threats that apply to them. You’ve cultivated a culture of security where everyone knows the tactics of phishers...

Protecting Identity in the Cloud

by: Lee Slaughter

A few months ago, my colleague wrote about accelerating adoption of Office 365 and the importance of security for cloud-based applications. His posts underscored the need for a secure, centralized identity and access solution that can scale...

Choose ID over IP. Please.

by: Lori MacVittie

I take lots of pictures. Sometimes I’m using WiFi. Other times I’m out by the pond (fishing, if you must know) and using my cell connection. Same house. Same location. And yet the geolocation information embedded into pictures taken in the same...