Barracuda Application Deliver Controller security and storage solutions for “Big Data”

Big Data Explosion!

content>In today’s digital world, business enterprises need cost effective ways to guarantee security of the exploding volume of data that is being filtered through the internal network systems. “Big data” is no longer just confined to the realm of technology, today it is a business priority, and “Big data” has the ability to affect commerce in the global economy. Protecting this data with Barracuda application deliver controller, ADC can ensure it isn’t exploited and disseminated into the hands of the wrong people.

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The world we live in is now driven by the world-wide-web and the resulting speed of change makes it increasingly difficult to manage security at the same time as delivering business requirements. Here at Krypsys, our aim is to take away the headache by providing the right security skills and solutions, on-demand, when and where you need them.

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UK launches Fusion Cell to combat cyber-attacks

The UK government has launched a scheme designed to promote greater information sharing on cross-sector cyber threats between businesses and government. The Cyber Security Information Sharing Partnership (CISP) will establish a cyber-attack monitoring operations room, known as a Fusion Cell, where cyber security experts from industry will operate alongside the experts from GCHQ, MI5 and the police for the first time in an attempt to combat the growing online threat to Britain’s firms.

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Don’t Let Data Loss Get You Down

An effective data backup and restore solution is the cornerstone of availability management in any Information Security Management System. New Year is traditionally a time to reflect on the past and look at ways to improve how you do things in the future. So, perhaps now is the time to look at how you carry out this most basic and important of functions to protect your business data.

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Why is it important that Information Security Management Systems conform to ISO 27001?

ISO 271001

The majority of organisations will generally now have a number of information security controls in place. However, without a formal Information Security Management System (ISMS), these controls tend to be somewhat disorganized, haphazard and disjointed.

The reason for this is that the controls have often been implemented partly as specific solutions for specific situations, or simply introduced as a matter of convention. Unfortunately, the security controls in operation today typically only address certain aspects of IT or data security, leaving non-IT information assets like paperwork and proprietary knowledge less protected and vulnerable. Sometimes business continuity planning and physical security might be managed independently of IT or information security, whilst Human Resources practices may not recognise the need to define and assign information security roles and responsibilities throughout the organization. The ISO 27001 standard was introduced to address these issues.

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Deception protection: innovative technology that detects, tracks, profiles and prevents hackers in real-time

Penetration Testing

The security of both the critical national infrastructure and business interests is increasingly being threatened by cyber criminals. Terrorists, fraudsters, rogue states and individual activists are among the criminals who have been targeting computer systems in the UK over the last two years.

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