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Azure Virtual Network (VNet) is a platform enabling you to create and maintain private networks in the context of Azure cloud and services. VNet works in a similar fashion a network in a data center works while introducing added advantages such as scale, availability, and isolation.
Organizations running applications in public clouds need a centralized system for deploying managing and securing their apps.
Azure Security Center by Microsoft is a solution that provides unified security management across hybrid cloud workloads. It offers threat protection for data centers within both cloud workloads and on-premises. The platform also works with hybrid clouds that are not part of the Azure ecosystem.
Cybersecurity has a reputation for being one of the most lucrative job fields and easily accessible software to learn on. But finding reliable, traditional courses can be hard to find. Traditional college degrees and certification programs can often be expensive for professionals looking to see if cybersecurity is the right field for their career.
Open source software is a rapidly growing market because every user has access to the respective programming code, can audit what the code’s functionality does and can edit the code to fit specific requirements.
The use of managed services is growing as organizations struggle supervising multiple sophisticated software systems and advanced corporate networks. One specific area of company outsourcing is the implementation and management of cyber defenses to protect digital assets against ever-evolving security threats.
A blended attack is one of the most powerful weapons in the arsenal of a bad actor intending harm to digital assets and computing systems. A blended attack is a sophisticated cyber attack that utilizes a mix of malicious code, computer viruses, worms or Trojan horses and exploits multiple software or hardware vulnerabilities known to the attacker.
The idea of collecting data from logs and using this data for analyzing the behavior of software applications, endpoints and servers dates back to the 80s. It took over a decade for the first Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) systems to appear as an on-premise security tool that collects logs from multiple collection points to detect abnormal activity.