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Moving to Cloud or Amazon Web Services? You Don’t Need to Compromise Security

With the mass migration of data and workloads to cloud, IT departments are struggling to give their executive team the guarantee that their company will remain 100 percent secure. Adam Neale, COO of EB2BCOM assures companies that they can enjoy the financial benefits and efficiency of migrating to cloud services without jeopardising the security of their environment. The cloud can be just as secure, if not more so than a traditional data centre.

 

EB2BCOM has been speaking to numerous Australian companies about cloud security, and are implementing game-changing cloud security solution Dome9 SecOps. Having spoken to over a hundred Australian companies in the last few months, the need to secure server instances on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and similar cloud platforms is undeniable. We’ve been blown away by the interest in a solution like Dome9 and there has been a high proportion of companies who have expressed their need and interest in this solution.

 

Organisations are being pushed by the need to access the financial benefits of cloud services in order to stay competitive, however some CEOs and Managing Directors are very hesitant to expose their companies to risk and a string of high-profile security breaches in recent years has proven a key consideration preventing businesses from benefiting from cloud services. For those companies who are migrating, the speed and financial pressure to quickly migrate to cloud has meant that companies often don’t get the chance to make sure that the right security profiles are in place.

 

Here are EB2BCOM’s tips on what you need to look out for when securing the cloud and how to migrate your workloads safely.

 

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Dome9 received amazon web services security competency and ISO 27001 certification

Published on February 26, 2016 on Dome9.com

Dome9 continues its explosive growth as a network security leader in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) ecosystem with more than 200 enterprise customers.

Menlo Park, CA – (Marketwired – FEB 25, 2016) Dome9 Security, the leader in AWS enterprise network security and compliance, announced today that it has reached 200 paying customers. Dome9 is extremely popular among security, devops and engineering leaders, who use the Dome9 SecOps service to lockdown and protect mission critical workloads on popular clouds, mainly AWS.

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Dome9 – The Future of Cloud Security Finally Hits Australia

MELBOURNE, Australia. – February 17, 2016 – EB2BCOM, an Australian cloud security specialist, has partnered with Dome9 to deliver SecOps – a groundbreaking network security solution designed specifically to support public and hybrid cloud infrastructure. The partnership will enable EB2BCOM to provide the APAC region with the ability to maintain security and compliance during the surging uptake of cloud applications and services.

In welcoming the Dome9 and EB2BCOM partnership, Bob Darabant, EVP Global Sales for Dome9 stated “Dome9 recognises EB2BCOM’s capability and understanding of both security and cloud platforms. EB2BCOM has a long and successful track record in helping leading edge technology vendors enter the ANZ and Asia Pacific markets, and both companies are aligned in seeing the enormous potential for a game-changing solution like Dome9 SecOps in these markets.”

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Learn how to deliver comprehensive controls and security for any enterprise cloud application

As enterprise data moves to the cloud, learn how Adallom discovers 13,000 cloud services in use, and delivers comprehensive controls and security for any enterprise cloud application.

 

Think you’re secure in the cloud? Think again, here’s 6 questions to ask your IT department

Many organisations that choose to store corporate information in cloud environments are doing so under the false assumption that risk and security protocols are all in the hands of their cloud service provider.

Who is responsible for safeguarding corporate information stored in the cloud?

Whilst cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) do provide basic security features, the organisation and provider should work together under a Shared Security Model to ensure that sensitive materials are not easily penetrated.

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New partnership offers document protection in SaaS environments

Adallom (www.adallom.com) is a cloud access security broker, delivering visibility, governance and protection for SaaS applications.

The Adallom cloud application security platform extends the boundaries of enterprise security into the cloud, allowing organizations to secure data, gain actionable intelligence into cloud application usage and detect suspicious activities, without painful network configuration or endpoint changes. 

Their newest partnership with Check Point Software (www.checkpoint.com) extends protection to business documents stored in SaaS environments.

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Now available in Australia - Learn how to embrace Google Apps and Salesforce securely with Adallom

As storing and sharing content to the cloud becomes more popular, so too does the need to ensure access is simple and most importantly “secure”. Adallom offers a cloud application security platform that seamlessly integrates with enterprise cloud applications without impacting end users.

For customers with a complex environment, Adallom allows central secure management and monitoring of SaaS applications.

Menno Oppermann, Corporate IT Manager of Riwal (the leader in aerial work platforms) speaks about the innovative Riwal IT team, the move to the cloud for better productivity and how the Adallom deployment mitigates risks with their cloud usage.

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New Salesforce Email Threat

Our newest partner Adallom, proves once again that they are the leader in risk management and security for Cloud Applications. 

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Advanced Cloud Security Management systems now available in the Asia Pacific region

MELBOURNE, Australia. — February 10, 2015 — EB2BCOM an Australian Cloud enablement specialist, today announced a reseller agreement with Adallom, the world’s leading Cloud Access Security Broker. The partnership will allow EB2BCOM to provide the APAC region with the Adallom platform, which is used by organisations to provide security and compliance for cloud applications and services.

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Ping Ushers in a New Era of Identity for Sun IAM Customers

Oracle's purchase of Sun Microsystems in 2010 was really the beginning of the end for Sun's Identity and Access Management suite. 2014 is the last year that Sun OpenSSO, Sun Identity Manager, and Sun Directory Server EE will be supported by Oracle. Although time has nearly run out for customers still using these products, Ping Identity can help organizations make the transition to a new era of identity management.

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