What’s Holding Back Enterprise Security Technology Transformation?

Last week, I wrote a blog about the rapid cycle of innovation happening with security technologies today – I’ve never experienced a time when every element of the security stack is transforming. New security technologies are arriving at an opportune Continue reading What’s Holding Back Enterprise Security Technology Transformation?

Why companies don’t adopt new enterprise security technologies

Last week, I wrote about the rapid cycle of innovation happening with security technologies today — I’ve never experienced a time when every element of the security stack is transforming. New security technologies are arriving at an opportune time. According to ESG Continue reading Why companies don’t adopt new enterprise security technologies

New Report Warns Careless Cloud Storage Use Has Security Consequences

More than half of organizations using cloud storage services like AWS S3 have inadvertently exposed one or more service to the public, according to new research released by cloud security company RedLock. Worse, the number with exposed public cloud storage Continue reading New Report Warns Careless Cloud Storage Use Has Security Consequences

New Report Warns Careless Cloud Storage Use Has Security Consequences

More than half of organizations using cloud storage services like AWS S3 have inadvertently exposed one or more service to the public, according to new research released by cloud security company RedLock. Worse, the number with exposed public cloud storage Continue reading New Report Warns Careless Cloud Storage Use Has Security Consequences

Google Is Said to Retool User Security in Wake of Political Hack

(Bloomberg) — Google is preparing to upgrade its security tools for online accounts to better insulate users from cyberattacks and politically motivated hacks, according to two people familiar with the company’s plan. The Alphabet Inc. company next month will begin offering Continue reading Google Is Said to Retool User Security in Wake of Political Hack

Google Is Said to Retool User Security in Wake of Political Hack

(Bloomberg) — Google is preparing to upgrade its security tools for online accounts to better insulate users from cyberattacks and politically motivated hacks, according to two people familiar with the company’s plan. The Alphabet Inc. company next month will begin offering Continue reading Google Is Said to Retool User Security in Wake of Political Hack

Splunk steps up its enterprise security game

Many Splunk users are absolutely gaga over the product and the company. And when they go to Splunk’s annual user conference, Splunk.conf, they exchange use cases, give presentations, participate in panel discussions, and talk about the way they use Splunk Continue reading Splunk steps up its enterprise security game

Performance vs. Security — How to Strike the Balance for WordPress Sites

It’s understandable to scoff at the idea of a football player taking ballet lessons. But while the image of a 320-pound lineman in a tutu may be a bit over the top, the analogy is the perfect comparison to the Continue reading Performance vs. Security — How to Strike the Balance for WordPress Sites

What Famous Hacks in History can teach you about Online Security

American activist Maggie Kuhn once said, “Well-aimed slingshots can topple giants.” In the case of reputable brands like Yahoo! and eBay, the slingshots were in the form of a well aimed cyber attack. And the results were devastating. Both brands Continue reading What Famous Hacks in History can teach you about Online Security

Security / Maintenance Update: WordPress 4.8.2

WordPress today has issued a security release to WordPress core, which fixes a few known vulnerabilities. Details of this release can be found here. Because you are a WP Engine customer, you do not have to take action at this Continue reading Security / Maintenance Update: WordPress 4.8.2