The 4 security controls your business should take now

In PC World, Tony Bradley writes about the 4 security controls your should take now. 1. Inventory of authorized and unauthorized devices 2. Inventory of authorized and unauthorized software 3. Continuous vulnerability assessment and remediation 4. Malware defenses vScope comes into play in bullet 1, 2 and 4. vScope takes care of discovery and inventory

The 4 security controls your business should take now 2018-01-02T21:56:04+00:00

vScope in the right place: Gartner’s top 10 IT-trends for 2012

An article in Network World describes Gartner's vision for IT trends in 2012. Gartner's view is much in line with InfraSight Labs predictions about the future, and gives fuel to why we stress "agent-less" and "platform independent" as key features in vScope. We also believe the article is pointing towards a need for a new

vScope in the right place: Gartner’s top 10 IT-trends for 2012 2018-01-02T21:56:11+00:00

Virtual servers in majority

Virtual servers are now in majority, according to a study made by IDC and VMware. Read more at Computer Sweden  

Virtual servers in majority 2018-01-02T21:56:11+00:00

Verizon: Businesses are failing to maintain data security

The Payment Card Industry's Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) has matured in the six years since it was enacted, but businesses are failing to maintain their compliance with the security standard. In a report (PDF) released Wednesday, Verizon Business analyzed more than 100 PCI compliance cases conducted in the last year. Its basic finding: The

Verizon: Businesses are failing to maintain data security 2018-01-02T21:56:12+00:00

Cloud Computing Outlook 2011

Snippets: • Most IT professionals prefer to deploy their infrastructure using virtualization (77%) • 61% of organizations are in the information gathering or planning stages or have an approved cloud computing strategy (but no implementation), 20% have cloud implementations and 20% have no cloud computing plans at this point • 70% of data center managers

Cloud Computing Outlook 2011 2018-01-02T21:56:14+00:00

InfraSight Labs publish joint research at ESORICS

Konrad Eriksson, CTO and co-founder of InfraSight Labs, has co-authored a research paper with IBM Research. The report, "Automated Information Flow Analysis of Virtualized Infrastructures" has been accepted for the ESORICS confererce. Download the full report here. Abstract The use of server virtualization has been growing steadily, but many enterprises are still reluctant to migrate

InfraSight Labs publish joint research at ESORICS 2018-01-02T21:56:15+00:00