Security Benefits and Perils of Serverless Computing

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Whether you run your infrastructure in house or in the cloud, you’ve probably heard of serverless computing, and how it can make running applications easier and cheaper.  But is it all it’s cracked up to be, and is it more secure than running ‘always on’ servers?

Let’s start with the obvious advantages:

No infrastructure to maintain, not even virtual

With serverless computing, you don’t have to worry about provisioning servers, not even virtual ones. Your code runs ...

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Top five IT security threats AND what you can do about them

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The job of a security administrator is far more complex today than ever. Plethoras of attacks attempt to blow down your corporate doors on a daily basis. Below, we’ve outlined today’s most prevalent attacks, and provided some expert advice on how to prevent being their next victim.

 

Malware and targeted attacks

Malware has moved a long way from the viruses and worms of the 1990s, becoming ever more crafted to target specific businesses or sectors, to steal ...

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IoT and DDOS: security advice following the Marai botnet attack on Brian Krebs

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A giant botnet made up of zombie internet-connected devices (or IoT devices) was used to strike a massive Distributed Denial-of-Service attack (DDoS) against Brian Krebs’ website, the site of a well-known cybersecurity blogger, last month.

Some have estimated the botnet’s size may have been a million strong.

Worse, as Krebs reported on the 1 Oct:

 “The source code that powers the “Internet of Things” (IoT) botnet responsible for launching ...

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