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InfoSec 2018: Insights from the Next-Gen CASB

By Steve Armstrong  |  June 20, 2018 at 4:07 AM  | 

InfoSec Team

The hustle and bustle of InfoSec Europe has come to an end. There was a lot of bustle – I estimate in the range of 22,000 to 25,000 visitors over three days – and it was clear that there was a lot of hustle going on across the vendor stands.

There was a definite upturn in the number of vendors exhibiting at InfoSec this year. This created a massive challenge – differentiating and getting your message out despite all of the noise. From endpoint, to network, to SOC, to AI, to cloud, and beyond, it was definitely a show that highlighted the sheer number of vendors addressing different problems. On the occasions that I made it away from booth duty, I took the chance to meet a number of alliance partners and look at the various technologies in the show.

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Zero-Day in the Cloud – Say It Ain't So

By Steve Armstrong  |  February 21, 2018 at 4:50 AM  | 

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Zero-day vulnerabilities are computer or software security gaps that are unknown to the public – particularly to parties who would like to close said gaps, like the vendors of vulnerable software. 

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