Topic: firewalls

DigitalOcean releases free cloud firewalls service to strengthen security for large-scale applications

DigitalOcean, the cloud for developers, today launched Cloud Firewalls, a free service that secures Droplets (cloud servers) by reducing the surface area of a potential attack. Developers can deploy the service in seconds without installing or configuring any software, and define what ports are visible on their Droplets to minimize risk. Along with DigitalOcean’s free … continue reading

RSA Conference goes smaller, focuses more on timeless problems

The software security world is prone to ebbing and flowing. Twenty years ago, firewalls were the new hot solution. Fifteen years later, there were these hot new things called application firewalls. What was old was new again. So it was at the annual RSA Conference this year. Last year was something of a flush out, … continue reading

Enigma security conference confronts end-point security, false positives

Digital security is tough to get right, and on the software side of the equation, it’s even harder. Traditionally, software security has come in the form of edge-of-network devices, like firewalls and intrusion detection systems. It is the software itself, however, that often offers up the exploitable surface area to an attacker. USENIX Enigma, a … continue reading

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