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Context Aware Data Privacy (part II)

If you missed my Part 1 of this article, you can read it here when you get a chance (link). As a continuation to part 1, where I discussed the issues with Data Protection, we will explore how to solve … Read more >

Application-Aware Firewalls by Andy Thurai

You may have heard this term recently and wondered what it meant. When it comes to security, everyone thinks of Firewalls, Proxies, IPS, IDS, Honeypots, VPN devices, email security and even Web security, but most people don’t think in terms … Read more >

What You Need to Know about API Security

Since the growth of APIs “hockey-sticked” around 2005, the proliferation of web-based APIs has spanned every industry and vertical from e-commerce to map services to enterprise. APIs like that of Twitter, Amazon, and Netflix garner billions of API calls every … Read more >

Andy Thurai on, “the API – You can’t Live Without It”

The unprecedented explosion of modern technologies combined with a burgeoning mobile space has forced enterprises to rethink previously held beliefs about the static enterprise perimeter. Remember the olden days when you said your enterprise was completely self-contained in one data … Read more >

Beyond the Simple Proxy: Using a Service Gateway to Secure the Extended Enterprise with Bi-Directional Protocol Handling

Large Enterprises face a constant challenge in balancing technology costs with new business goals. Many enterprises have existing business processes bound up in applications that communicate using ‘legacy’ protocols such as FTP and MQ, which were really designed for behind … Read more >