The benefits of using Linux Servers are well known, and the advantages of leveraging a more open operating system and software that can be loaded onto any “bare metal” server have driven adoption of Linux-based solutions across large enterprises and organizations in every industry.
Server operating system, also called Server OS, is a software layer on top of which other software programs, or applications, can run on the server hardware. The Server OS traditionally facilitates Web server, mail server, file server, database server, application server, and print server.
Keeping Microsoft Servers Protected and Accessible Only to Privileged Users: A New Ironsphere Solution Brief
Today we introduced our latest solution brief, illustrating how Ironsphere ensures control and protection of Microsoft servers, with privileged access security capabilities based on a man-in-the-middle architecture to prevent credential theft of super-user accounts.
As large organizations continue to move more and more data and compute to the cloud – in fact, to multiple clouds – risk analysis has changed and has become more mission-critical than ever.
Given the increasing number of threats against applications running on cloud infrastructures, including the protection of data at rest and data in transit, IT and OT teams must consider the complexities associated with multi-cloud environments to manage risks.
It is urgent for organizations to challenge the risks and rewards of super-user accounts.
In the physical world, the sharing of keys to houses, offices, cars, safe deposit boxes, and more causes anxiety and concern, even when those keys are shared with the most trusted colleagues.
When Security Goes Inside Out: Within the Perimeter Privileged Accounts are High Value Targets for Hackers
Cybercrime is a lucrative business, and today more than at any other time in history, we are seeing advanced, targeted threats with software so sophisticated that it can penetrate the traditional network perimeter (firewalls, threat detection, anti-malware for example).
New Challenges, New Solutions: Collaboration With Customers, Ironsphere Invested Millions in Advanced Technologies Making Large Enterprise More Secure and Efficient
2020 was a record-breaking year for Ironsphere, despite the challenges posed by the global pandemic, and in part because of the global pandemic. As more organizations were forced to move to virtual working, and mandates in nearly every country required employees to work-from-home, protecting corporate assets became more challenging than ever.
We are on the road to Zero Trust security, with an architecture broadly understood to have the potential to fundamentally change the effectiveness of protection and data sharing across the world’s most mission-critical and largest networks.
As more compute is moving to the edge, enabling control systems and automation and reducing the expense and latency associated with cloud compute, it is essential to ensure that only authorized administrators are able to access the devices, applications, and networks.