Glass Class: Securing G Suite

This post was originally published by Juan Lugo. G Suite is a set of cloud based productivity tools developed by Google. The Suite of products is comprised of Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Sheets, Slides, and more. These collaborative tools generally increase productivity and efficiency across organizations that utilize them. While these services are free to use for […]

The Ins and Outs of Securing BYOD

This post was originally published by  Juan Lugo. Cloud adoption is transforming the way business is conducted on a larger scale. The integration of SaaS (software as a service) applications via the cloud is transcending individual and organizational productivity and overall employee morale. Moreover, it has enhanced efficiency, dynamism, and employee retention for organizations globally. Read more […]

Securing Data Beyond The Corporate Walls

This post was originally published by Juan Lugo. Despite the massive international push for cloud adoption, a distressing number of corporations have not deployed the proper means to securing critical data. Traditional firewalls may have sufficed in the traditional on-prem setting, but with businesses adopting BYOD (bring your own device) for on-premises use and the emerging trend […]

Glass Class: Securing Patient Data in the Cloud

This post was originally published here by Will Houcheime. Organizations that operate within the healthcare industry have an immense responsibility to secure protected health information (PHI), personally identifiable information (PII), and other highly sensitive data. Additionally, the need for mobility in healthcare is critical because employees like doctors often have multiple affiliations, meaning that they […]

Best practices for securing your Azure SQL

This post was originally published here by gregg rodriguez. Azure SQL enables you to maintain the security, integrity and consistency of your data, which is critical when customer information is at stake, but it requires using a new approach to security. In Azure, you can have your SQL Server workloads running in a hosted infrastructure (IaaS) or […]

Securing your Azure Storage accounts

This post was originally published here by gregg rodriguez. Enterprise data is growing exponentially and becoming more complex, making it harder to manage, and an even bigger challenge to store. That’s why more organizations are looking to public cloud storage options, such as Azure Storage, as a way to get the scalability, durability, maintenance and […]

Securing Azure Application Gateway

This post was originally published here by gregg rodriguez. Web applications are becoming frequent targets of malicious attacks that exploit common vulnerabilities, such as SQL injection attacks or cross site scripting attacks, which makes securing your Azure Application Gateway more critical than ever. Preventing such attacks in application code can be a sizeable challenge, as […]

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