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The comprehensive MDR solution combines Atmosera’s industry-leading expertise with cutting-edge security technology and streamlined processes.
The DiD model provides a simpler way to approach security in your environment by taking the focus away from the technical elements and instead focusing on the basic design element of layers.
INTERFACE is the leading educational conference for IT professionals that focuses on the latest developments in this constantly changing information technology environment.
This interactive tool is designed to evaluate your organization's current security controls and overall framework based on 10 areas of proficiency.
This webinar is designed to demystify the process of developing a strong security framework by getting started with a Defense in Depth approach based on 10 basic proficiencies.
Atmosera wins Info Security Product Guide’s 2020 Company of the Year and Milestone of the Year awards for its managed security services and Azure expertise
Atmosera has developed new security services as a direct result of feedback received from clients about their needs.
This blog covers five reasons to partner with a Managed Security Services Provider for your information security needs.
How do you balance resource efficiency while meeting regulatory and security requirements? The answer: managed security services.
Vulnerability Management is the process of scanning your environment to find out where weaknesses in security exist that would allow that environment to be compromised.
GoldBrute is a botnet that conducts “credential stuffing” or brute force attacks on Windows machines with exposed RDP connections.
This blog provides a high-level explanation of a Defense in Depth strategy using a Castle Analogy to show how different security elements work together as critical components of a complete security solution.
We’re approaching the one-year anniversary of the ransomware attack that held critical City of Atlanta systems hostage, costing millions to fix. And although we don’t hear about high-profile ransomware attacks every day, they’re still a threat to government systems: in January, the city of Del Rio, Texas, suffered an attack that shut down city hall servers.
Tune in for a discussion on how to keep up with changes without slowing down the pace of innovation and agility in the cloud.
Atmosera, a leading Microsoft Azure cloud services provider, today announced two new products focused on uncovering customers’ existing network vulnerabilities and actively monitoring their systems for potential threats.
Cloud computing necessitates that businesses redefine their approach to information security, compliance, data back up, and disaster recovery, but there can be some confusion over what security concerns the cloud may pose for data protection. Adapted from Atmosera’s Chief Information Security Officer’s presentation at a SecureWorld conference, this article will attempt to dispel common myths about cloud security.
A year-and-a-half ago, as numerous countries dealt with WannaCry’s aftermath, ransomware was one of the hottest topics in retail IT—and all feared what would happen if their systems were suddenly held hostage. But even by the end of 2017, the security firm Malwarebytes found that ransomware attacks dropped off significantly.
Atmosera, a leading Microsoft Azure cloud services provider, will adopt Rapid7 (Nasdaq:RPD) solutions as part of its efforts to continually deliver secure environments for its clients.
Channel EYE Author Nick Farrell interview with Atmosera VP of Information Security & Chief Information Security Officer Ray Espinoza
Higher Use of Public Cloud Services, Evolving Regulatory Requirements, and Dynamic Computing Models Are Driving Demand for Cloud Security & Compliance
The following provides information regarding security vulnerabilities which became public on Wednesday.
Channel Partners Senior Editor Lynn Haber interview with Atmosera CISO, Ray Espinoza and CMO, John Trembley.
Atmosera offers flexible IT security and compliance solutions to combat the world’s most sophisticated threats
As we discussed in our Security and the Cloud – Common Myths post, Information Security (InfoSec) and the cloud require thoughtful planning and expertise.
As we discussed in our Security and the Cloud – Common Myths post (atmosera.com/security-cloud-common-myths), Information Security (InfoSec) and the cloud require thoughtful planning and expertise. When approached correctly, security in the cloud is as effective as on-premise security and in many instances exceeds it. However, as we approach the cloud, we need to be extra thoughtful with regard to InfoSec.
There’s a lot of hype as well as genuine concerns about using a public cloud to power mission-critical applications, especially those with high InfoSec or compliance requirements.
As we mentioned in our Myths post (click to read), there’s a lot of hype as well as genuine concerns about using a public cloud to power mission-critical applications, especially those with high InfoSec or compliance requirements.
At a recent SecureWorld conference, Atmosera’s Ray Espinoza, Chief Information Security Officer, addressed the topic: Can you trust the public cloud?
New offering addresses the evolving threat landscape for public, private and hybrid cloud deployments.
The following provides information regarding the cyber-attack that took place on Friday, May 12, 2017 known as the WanaCry/WanaCrypt0r ransomware.