In today’s world, one of the easiest ways of being hacked is by phishing. Phishing refers to the method of using misleading emails and websites to gather personal and confidential information about another person or organization. Phishing is a highly sophisticated cyber-attack that is becoming increasingly popular among hackers and affecting anyone who mistakes a deceptive email for a legitimate one. Continue reading Dual Authentication Prevents Phishing
Kubernetes has changed the way we manage containerized workloads and services. Being an open-source platform, Kubernetes makes it easier and more efficient to coordinate different applications as well as update, scale, and deploy them.
While using Kubernetes may seem like a no-brainer for anyone wanting to deploy applications, in the past, for many working in the healthcare or finance industry, this open-source platform was not ideal. Kubernetes failed to fulfill the compliance and security restrictions set by HITRUST, PCI DSS and NIST cybersecurity frameworks that many healthcare companies and financial institutions were required to meet, to ensure their customer data were secured and not attainable. Continue reading Compliant Kubernetes
Containerization application is an OS-level virtualization method used to deploy and run distributed applications without launching an entire virtual machine (VM) for each app. Kubernetes is open-source software designed to run and coordinate containerized applications across multiple devices. Created and developed by Google engineers, Kubernetes is the software behind Google’s cloud services. Continue reading What is Kubernetes and why would you use it?