Topic: data

Amazon Security Lake enables better understanding of organizations’ security posture

Amazon recently announced the general availability of Security Lake, which automatically centralizes an organization’s security data from across their AWS environments, leading SaaS providers, on-premises environments, and cloud sources into a data lake. The tool adapts and standardizes incoming security data to align with the Open Cybersecurity Schema Framework (OCSF), which is a universally accepted … continue reading

New Amazon Detective features simplify AWS Security Findings analysis

New features in Amazon Detective enable customers to quickly and efficiently investigate AWS security issues.  Detective collects and analyzes events from AWS CloudTrail logs, Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) Flow Logs, Amazon GuardDuty findings, and Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) audit logs that describe IP traffic, AWS management operations, and malicious or unauthorized activity. … continue reading

RKVST’s new Instaproof solution identifies the integrity of data for files and AI models

Instaproof is a new solution that can verify data authenticity, provenance, and integrity for all files and AI models.  Users can verify the file they are working with without needing an RKVST account by dragging it onto Instaproof. If the file has been registered with RKVST, they can use the displayed provenance information to determine … continue reading

Dell updates storage portfolio to offer improved cyber resiliency, energy efficiency, and automation

Dell Technologies today announced updates that have been made to its storage portfolio in order to increase cyber resiliency, energy efficiency, and automation. These updates are intended to assist users along their multicloud journeys. With this update, PowerStore, Dell’s all-flash data storage array, is increasing its security to help organizations adopt a Zero Trust model. … continue reading

Provisioning capacity for Athena allows users to prioritize, control, and scale queries

AWS has recently announced the ability to provision capacity to run Athena queries. With this, users can dedicate capacity for their queries and utilize new workload management features to prioritize, control, and scale important queries while only paying for the capacity being provisioned. Athena is a query service that is geared at simplifying the process … continue reading

How the open data lakehouse makes data mesh real—and radically expands data use for business

When Zhamak Dehghani introduced data mesh in 2019, she was acknowledging both the unmet expectations of business leaders and major frustrations of technologists in the data warehousing world. The talk channeled a decades-long groundswell of sentiment in the field, but most importantly, described a better approach for analytical data management. Data mesh surrenders to data’s … continue reading

The High Cost of Data Compliance Failure: Three Ways to Get Your Data House in Order

With today’s ever-expanding threat surface, businesses face critical challenges in protecting vital data from compromise. Mitigating data security risk is top of mind for security professionals at corporate and public sector agencies alike. An indication of the severity of the problem can be found in the latest Binding Operational Directive from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure … continue reading

NetBox Labs raises $20 million in series A funding

The open-source startup NetBox Labs announced that it received $20 million in a Series A funding round following the company’s spin-out from NS1, which IBM acquired.  “With the increasingly dynamic, distributed, and critical nature of networks, combined with the explosion of devices and the rapid transition of every enterprise to SaaS and connected systems, networking … continue reading

IBM announces new single frame and rack mount options for z16 and LinuxONE 4

IBM announced new single-frame and rack-mount options for its z16 and LinuxONE 4 mainframe computers launched last year. This will enable customers to better optimize their data centers for flexibility, sustainability, and security. By consolidating Linux workloads onto an IBM LinuxONE Rockhopper 4 rather than running them on x86 servers under comparable conditions and in … continue reading

Promote data-driven collaboration using a business model canvas

Digital transformation continues to be the focus for organizations seeking to improve efficiencies and increase profits in 2023. Digitizing business processes to power automation has the potential to revolutionize operations. Available data also has more value than ever, thanks to new digital processes. IDC reports that $1.8 trillion will be spent on digital transformation in … continue reading

WANdisco enables maximum speed for edge data transfers with new release

WANdisco released Data Activation Platform 2.0 to support faster migrations for massive datasets.  The updates enable maximum speed and scale of on-premises and edge data transfers through precise control over migration throughput, cleanup, and prioritization, among other features, while supporting both the WANdisco Data Migrator and Edge to Cloud solutions. Data movements from IoT sensor … continue reading introduces socio-technical learning center

The incident analysis platform today announced the launch of a new socio-technical learning center within the Jeli platform.  Socio-technical systems refers to the approach to complex organizational work design that takes into account the interaction between people and technology in the workplace.  This learning center is intended to improve organizational resilience by placing an emphasis … continue reading

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