Yes, it’s practically July and by the time the foliage in your front yard stops simmering from the fireworks, you’ll be asking yourself — now what? Well, if you’re looking for inspiration, the Microsoft Inspire conference could be the place to start. That’s where we’re headed, and we hope to see you there. In fact, you can find Barracuda at booth number 924 where we’ll be talking about all things cloud security and data protection, and we’d also love to hear about why you made the trip to Inspire.
CES 2017 is live in Las Vegas, and in addition to the usual tech like wearables, TVs, printers, cars, etc., there is one innovation we weren't expecting to see: The talking blue mailbox.
If you reside in or have visited the US, you've likely seen one of these public mail collection boxes. These collection boxes are so important to the USPS and their customers that there are online maps specifically designed to find the blue mailbox nearest your specified location:
At the 2017 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) a few thousand products that are all part of the mass consumerization of the Internet of Things (IoT) made their debut. Everything from toothbrushes that capture data that can be analyzed to determine brushing habits to cars that connect to the Microsoft Azure cloud were on display.
While all that hoopla was taking place in Las Vegas, however, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) this week back in Washington took the opportunity to remind everyone just how vulnerable most of these consumer devices are from an IT security perspective.
First the FTC announced a contest in the form of an IoT challenge that offers a $25,000 for the best technical idea to keep consumer devices connected to the Internet secure. More significantly, however, a day later the FTC also signaled its intent to pressure manufacturers of these devices to make sure they are secure. The FTC has filed a complaint against D-Link alleging that the company’s wireless routers and Internet cameras lacked adequate security technologies to protect consumer privacy.
Five steps to the cloud – a multi-part blog on best practices for companies migrating to the Public Cloud
Barracuda has become one of the leading security vendors in both Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services – our security has made successful migrations possible for thousands of customers, ranging from SMB customers who’ve provisioned and deployed their entire cloud infrastructure from the marketplaces to Fortune 500 customers who’ve engaged top-tier consultants to migrate entire datacenters.
Are your emails a target for cyber threats ?
Find out and win VIP tickets to see Green Day at Cloud Expo Paris
Cloud Expo Europe in Paris is the place to discover the industry’s newest and upcoming technologies and business solutions. The event is the largest gathering of Cloud experts ever organised in France and we’re proud to be one of the exhibitors.
Visit Barracuda on stand G32 and meet our experts to discuss how to fully protect your organisations public cloud and making it safe for your business. As part of this, we will be offering free scans of your Office 365 emails to check for advanced threats. Sign up at the show and we will provide you with a complimentary threat report which provides a risk assessment and opportunity to understand how to prevent advanced persistent threats.
As an added bonus, when you sign up for the email threat scan we will also enter you into a prize draw for the chance to win 2 VIP tickets to see Green Day Live in Paris!
Future Decoded 2016 at the ExCeL, London on November 1 and 2, 2016, will be entirely dedicated to showing how any business can become a digital business, highlighting where to start and the challenges that will be faced. Barracuda will be at Future Decoded on Stand 29 – be sure to stop by to learn more about our award-winning solutions for Office 365, Microsoft Azure, and more.
While at Future Decoded, join us for the Future Decoded 2016 Technical Day on November 2. Technical Day is about providing a roadmap to the future that is anchored in the reality of what a developer or IT professional can achieve today.
On November 2 at 3:15, Gemma Allen, our Cloud Security Solutions Architect and Cloud Security expert, will present how to address cloud application security through development, QA and production.
October 1 kicked off the 13th Annual National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) in the United States. This is an initiative sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security, the National Cyber Security Alliance, and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center. This year's NCSAM theme is “Our Shared Responsibility.”
NCSAM is an annual campaign to raise awareness about security in a connected world. The campaign, and the weekly themes throughout the month, are meant to provide public and private sector partners with the tools and resources they need to stay safe online. Ultimately, the campaign is meant to increase the resiliency of the nation in the event of a cyber incident.