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Moving workloads to the cloud has led organisations and IT administrators to lose control over workloads and relinquish many critical aspects of cybersecurity.

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Talking to prospects teaches more than reading market research. Recent customer engagements (unfortunately still virtual) made it loud and clear – businesses need effective security.

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Guest Opinion by Yaniv Hoffman, Radware – The move to continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) and agile development methodologies means that application development now requires network IT operation teams (NetOps) and security operation teams (SecOps) to work together, which puts increased stress on developers and engineers.

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GUEST OPINION by Yaniv Hoffman, Radware. Organisations continue to migrate applications to the cloud at an increasingly accelerated rate. According to a recent C-suite perspectives report, 76% of survey respondents have accelerated their plans for migrating applications and infrastructure to the cloud.

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Wednesday, 16 December 2020 11:19

How to protect applications across multiple clouds

GUEST OPINION by Yaniv Hoffman, Radware: With cloud-based applications come new security risks that require expertise which is typically scarce and that can delay application deployment and maintenance.

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GUEST OPINION by Yaniv Hoffman, Radware: A recent report reveals that with the emergence of new opportunities, Covid-19 has fuelled a contactless economy.

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Thursday, 20 August 2020 19:25

How to Keep APIs secure from bot attacks

GUEST OPINION by Yaniv Hoffman, Vice President Technologies, Radware: The widespread adoption of mobile IoT devices, emerging ‘serverless’ architectures hosted in public clouds, and the growing dependency on machine-to-machine communication, are reasons to make changes to modern application architectures.

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The lockdown in response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been directly responsible for a significant increase in cyber crime in Australia and globally, says security vendor Radware. The increased number of people working from home opened up many opportunities for hackers and criminals.

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