Application Programming Interfaces, or APIs, were developed to streamline the way digital ecosystems communicate and interact with each other. At their core, APIs abstract the complexity of connecting multiple disparate systems.
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As cloud adoption continues to grow, it is crucial companies understand how security can impact operations in the cloud and what the ramifications are if their environment is not adequately protected. There are numerous components to consider when establishing your cloud adoption strategy and security policies, including data, users, applications, infrastructure, and more.
Layering defenses helps organizations keep up with the ever-shifting threat landscape, but using too many distinct security tools is costly and complex — and can cause latency and other performance penalties when end-users try to access applications and networks.
From content scraping to inventory hoarding to credential stuffing, malicious bots actors are growing more sophisticated every year. Many can even bypass CAPTCHAs and other simple user verification tests.
Understand potential risks in your cluster and the best practices for securing sensitive workloads. You’ll learn: The most important things to keep in mind when you host sensitive workloads on Kubernete. Actionable recommendations to secure your Kubernetes clusters. Access control variabilities, and security monitoring and auditing considerations. How to understand potential risks in your cluster
This paper is for the Boards of Directors of organizations that are engaging in a new, or substantially increased, adoption of cloud technology perhaps as part of a wider digital transformation of their business.
This whitepaper is aimed at Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) who are looking to the cloud to improve their security and at CISOs who find themselves moving to the cloud with the rest of their company.
Cloud transformation has enabled businesses to bring new capabilities to market and enter new markets more rapidly, innovate more easily, and scale more efficiently. While the introduction of this new technology paradigm may reduce overall technology risk, the increasing reliance of businesses on technology puts more intellectual property at stake.
Support your clients’ growth, wherever they want to go next. Increase retention by catering to your clients’ HR needs wherever their employees are based. When you partner with an Employer of Record, you supplement your U.S. presence with our international reach.
Hiring internationally can be complex and time consuming, so many companies opt to onboard talent as contractors, either as a short-term solution, or a long-term team-building strategy. Is this the best solution for your clients? As their partner, you should help them understand the pros and cons of all their hiring options.