Topic: cloudflare

ITOps Times news digest: Menlo Security and VMware integrate, Cloudflare and Alibaba Cloud expand Bandwidth Alliance, and KnowBe4 finds 37.9% of untrained users fail phishing test

Menlo Security is partnering with VMware to provide phishing and malware protection for mobile devices. As part of the partnership, Menlo Security’s Global Cloud Proxy Platform will integrate with VMware Workspace ONE Unified Endpoint Management (UEM). The resulting solution will help protect mobile devices by isolating threats in the cloud before they can reach the … continue reading

Cloudflare focuses on making the Internet faster and safer for enterprises

Cloudflare wants to help build a better Internet with the announcement of Cloudflare for Teams. The new solution is a set of services designed to secure enterprises and employees without sacrificing performance. “With the rise of SaaS, cloud, and an increasingly mobile workforce, existing security solutions don’t work for modern-day employees or their employers,” said … continue reading

Cloudflare’s Magic Transit aims to make networks smarter and more secure

Cloudflare has announced a new tool meant to simplify IT operations. Magic Transit is a new networking solution that brings the benefits of Cloudflare’s network to its customers’ on-premise and data center networks.  Specific benefits of Magic Transit include Layer 3 DDos mitigation, improved performance, and lower total cost of ownership.  Deployed in front of … continue reading

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The Cloudflare outage shouldn’t have happened in this era of automation

Last week, Cloudflare suffered a major outage, bringing down a significant portion of the Internet. Users of websites that have implemented Cloudflare’s services were greeted with a 502 error for about 30 minutes last Tuesday morning. According to Cloudflare, the outage was caused by a rule misconfiguration in the Cloudflare Web Application Firewall (WAF) during … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Foundation to form around osquery, Datical supports AWS and Postgres, and Cloudflare launches free Ethereum gateway

The Linux Foundation has revealed plans to form a new foundation that will support osquery,  a project that provides visibility into endpoints. The new foundation will be devoted to growing and maintaining a neutral community around the project. According to the Linux Foundation, developers from Dactiv, Facebook, Google, Kolide, Trail of Bits, and Uptycs, among … continue reading

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