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Policies and Procedures

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Portable Security Policies: A DevSecOps Primer

The post Portable Security Policies: A DevSecOps Primer appeared first on Protecting critical data and applications is a challenge under any circumstances, but it’s especially daunting when resources reside in the cloud.

New Zealand defends its border device search policy (Q&A)

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The Customs and Excise Act of 2018, which went into effect on October 1, establishes clear guidelines on how the country can enforce its device search policies at border crossings, including airports. Q: What spurred the policy change for New Zealand?

CNCF Incubates Open Policy Agent, a Policy-As-Code Project

The New Stack

More recently, policy-as-code has emerged to provide the same automation and ease-of-access to applying policy to multiple purposes and scenarios. “One of the core ideas behind the project is that you decouple policy decision making from policy enforcement.

Nirmata’s Kyverno: Kubernetes Configuration Via Policy

The New Stack

Kubernetes-management vendor Nirmata has open sourced a project called Kyverno that enables users to validate, mutate and generate configurations through policy. For mutation, policies can be written as overlays similar to Kustomize or as a JSON Patch.

Privacy Policy

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CodeSOD: A Policy Exception

The Daily WTF

Someone had discovered that, if they knew a customer’s policy number and were currently logged in- they could see that customer’s policy. It didn’t have to be their policy. Any policy, so long as they had a valid login and the policy number. "> --%> N. // SNIP: displays policy details. isValidPolicyNumber isn’t just a validator- it uses the fiscalCode to determine if this customer is allowed to see that policy number.

Passwords and Policies | Roadmap to Securing Your Infrastructure

Linux Academy

This week, we’re going to continue chipping away at these problems with additional layers of protection, including a password policy. Policies are our foundation. Early on in my security days, I was introduced to policies, which, at the time, I thought were a waste of time.

How to read a privacy policy

The Parallax

If you’ve never read an app’s privacy policy before downloading it, you’re far from alone. How updated privacy policies could make GDPR the global standard. Before strapping on that fitness device, check out the privacy policy.

Does Your Company Have a Distracted Driving Employee Policy?

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How Kubernetes Policies Work (and When They Don’t Scale)

The New Stack

To help you keep tabs on them, Kubernetes uses the concept of “policy.”. In this post, I’ll explain what Kubernetes policies are and how they can help you manage and secure your cluster. Kubernetes Policy Basics. Kubernetes Network Policies. Kubernetes Security Policies.

Why Every Company Needs a Data Policy

The New Stack

In a post-GDPR world, operating without a clear-cut data policy is like flying blind in a snowstorm. And that’s just one example of major legislation that impacts how companies work with data today; other policies , including the California Consumer Privacy Act, are coming soon.

The state of container security: Tools, policy trail the technology


Gartner recently included container security as one of its Top 10 Security Projects for 2019. However, container technology remains something of a mystery to many cybersecurity pros. Security, Application Security, Containers, IT Operations, Application Security (App Sec

Focus on High-Level Policy Requirements to Accelerate Network Processes for DevOps

Updating network policies and configurations typically requires a great deal of analysis, testing and time, undermining the goal of DevOps agility. The post Focus on High-Level Policy Requirements to Accelerate Network Processes for DevOps appeared first on

KubeCon: New Tools for Protecting Kubernetes with Policy

The New Stack

The dynamic nature of cloud native platforms and the simplicity of deployment that containers bring aren’t always an advantage if they let developers create systems that aren’t secure or break company policy.

Enforce Security Through Policy-as-Code


Automation is key for so many reasons; it can help to speed up the security workflow, from alerting, to ticketing, to task assignment and remediation, it can help to combat threats in real-time and even enable you to impose policy as code.

Red Lines and Policies – A Last Resort for Leaders

N2Growth Blog

Leaders take the same approach with people they control and call their ultimatums policies using language like, “you will,” or, “you will not.” Red lines and policies are imprecise weapons. By Brian Layer , Chair, Organizational Development, N2growth. The U.S.

If it’s Stupid, It’s not our Policy!

N2Growth Blog

As a young leader, I translated that lesson into a phrase I picked up in the Army: “If it’s stupid, it’s not our policy!”. Someone has to emerge to say this is too stupid to be our policy and offer an acceptable alternative. Is this shutdown too stupid to be our policy?

Nutanix Automation, Policies and the SDDC


In a Nutanix cluster, PRISM is the management gateway for components and administrators to configure and monitor the cluster. This includes NCLI (command-line), the HTML5 UI (administrative interface) and REST API support for the entire management framework, providing customers a choice of building orchestration applications

Introducing Apache HBase Medium Object Storage (MOB) compaction partition policies

Cloudera Engineering

The Apache HBase MOB feature achieves this improvement by separating IO paths for file references and MOB objects, applying different compaction policies to MOBs and thus reducing write amplification created by HBase’s compactions. Introduction.

Extend your Active Directory security policy to Linux and beyond


More than 95% of enterprises use Microsoft's Active Directory (AD) as their primary source of identity and access management. But with the advent of cloud computing and software-as-a-service (SaaS) models, a growing number of devices now live outside of traditional AD.

Effective Identity and Access Management Policies Protect Data Privacy


Creating effective IAM policies protects data privacy by limiting user access to resources and act as a defense against unauthorized access. . How Identity and Access Management policies promote data privacy. Why Attribute-Based Access Controls (ABAC) enable effective IAM policies .

Threat model at scale: How to go from policy to execution


Every organization wants to be cyber-resilient. Most teams attack the problem from the bottom up, using a horizontal software development lifecycle (SDLC) mindset such as security requirements, threat modeling, code scanners, etc.


Symantec Mobile Threat Defense: Speak the Language of Business with Your Security Policy


A mobile security policy based on compliance and risk tolerance can lower cyber fatigue, align mobile device risk with business goals

Cell Phone Distracted Driving Policy Template to Protect Your Company and Employees

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Kentik Detect Alerting: Configuring Alert Policies


Kentik Detect fits the bill with a policy-based alerting system that lets you define multiple sets of conditions — from broad and simple to narrow and/or complex — that are used to continuously evaluate incoming flow data for matches that trigger notifications. Alert Policies.

FBI vs Apple: Policy Analysis


Editor’s note: This is the second in a five-part series on this topic. This examination by Arnold Abraham provides insights and nuanced lessons from history, the law and the tech world that can inform all of us interested in both privacy and security.-bg bg Despite foreboding tales of doom associated with the potential outcome on each […]. CTO Cyber Security News

In post-massacre Vegas, security policies clash with privacy values

The Parallax

A lot of hotels have put similar policies in effect after October 1.”. In the Caesars Entertainment room policy, the hotel warns guests that they can be forced to leave for refusing room checks.

The Importance of an Online Encryption Policy


This quote summarizes the importance of online encryption policy and hands-on implementation within an organization. Through an online encryption policy, you can mitigate the risks and avoid these cases, whether you’re a profit or a non-profit organization. Creating such a policy involves the participation of the IT department in your organization, and it may or may not include the c-suite executives until it reaches complete implementation.

Facebook Seeks A Public Policy Manager, Cybersecurity Threat Disruption


The job, titled a Public Policy Manager for Cybersecurity Threat Disruption, is a recognition that the companies we trust with our data should, and will, play greater roles in protecting our data, including leaning […]. My sincere hope is that one of our CTOvision readers is selected for a position that Facebook has just advertised for.

InfoSec Policies and Standards: Some strategic context for those just diving into this world


Organizations are giving more priority to development of information security policies, as protecting their assets is one of the prominent things that needs to be considered. Lack of clarity in InfoSec policies can lead to catastrophic damages which cannot be recovered. So an organization makes different strategies in implementing a security policy successfully. Security policies of all companies are not same, but the key motive behind them is to protect assets.

Creating a Cyber Insurance Policy


According to research from PartnerRe and Advisen, the global cyber-insurance market is currently worth $2 billion a year, a number which is expected to double by 2020.With 60% of underwriters and brokers seeing a significant demand in cyber-insurance from customers, there is clearly a great business opportunity for the insurance sector to offer cyber-insurance policies.

Why Your Company Needs a Cell Phone Distracted Driving Policy – Infographic

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Even The Hype about artificial intelligence can bring policy benefits


Read why John Thornhill says AI and machine learning are overhyped but that is actually good for the technology such bubbles often the prelude to the deployment of disruptive technologies on Financial Times. Here are two seemingly contradictory but surprisingly consistent statements about artificial intelligence. First, AI is massively over-hyped. Second, this is a good thing. Talk […]. Artificial Intelligence CTO News

Corporate policy for it to be installed. All 8 cores railed always.

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 FBI vs Apple: History, Policy, Sovereignty and Individual Rights


Editor’s note: This is the third in a five-part series on this topic. This examination by Arnold Abraham provides insights and nuanced lessons from history, the law and the tech world that can inform all of us interested in both privacy and security. For a detailed legal analysis accompanying the article, please visit […].