Automating Security Compliance with Ease

Organizations today are seeking to increase productivity, flexibility and innovation to deliver services faster without sacrificing security, stability and performance. As hybrid IT environments continue to expand and evolve, security must be automated to scale and mitigate risks to achieve compliance and meet the needs of the business.

Why should security and compliance be automated? According to the 2017 Verizon Data Breach Report, “81% of hacking-related breaches leveraged either stolen and/or weak passwords”. Ensuring protection against stolen and/or weak passwords is preventable by defining and implementing strong password policies using automation. In this article by Gartner, “99% of the vulnerabilities exploited by the end of 2020 will continue to be ones known by security and IT professionals at the time of the incident”.  Automation can help enforce and ensure security and compliance and help protect against security vulnerabilities and security breaches.

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Built-in protection against USB security attacks with USBGuard

Most people don’t consider their average USB memory stick to be a security threat. In fact, in a social engineering experiment conducted in 2016 at the University of Illinois and detailed in this research paper, a group of researchers dropped 297 USB sticks outside in the parking lot, in the hallway, and classrooms. Of the 297 USB sticks dropped,

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Red Hat talks security at the 2017 RSA Conference in San Francisco

Watch out San Francisco, and get ready to make your datacenter more secure with Red Hat!

Love (for IT security) will definitely be in the air this Valentine’s week at RSA, where Red Hat will be presenting not only breakout sessions, but also a Birds-of-a-Feather and Peer2Peer Session. To learn more about Red Hat’s sessions at RSA, have a look at the details below.

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