Combating threats with UEBA: Money matters

In this four-part series, we explore hypothetical cyberattacks inspired by real-life events in four different industries: healthcare, finance, manufacturing, and education. We’ll take a look at unforeseen security attack scenarios, and discover how user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) can be leveraged to safeguard organizations. In this second post of the series, we’ll examine cyberattacks that threaten the financial sector.

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How DevOps Benefits from Application Performance Monitoring (APM)

Competition is a funny thing. To gain or keep an edge against your competitors, you may need to push the envelope to use newer technologies and processes. But done wrong, that very technology or process could lead to your ruin. This is where we are with DevOps. The methodology that became popular in the mid-to-late 2000s is embraced by many companies . Done the right way, it will help your organization challenge its competition to keep up with customer and user demands.

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GripMatix create dashboard pack for monitoring Citrix

Earlier this year, our partner GripMatix released a feature-packed Citrix management pack (MP) that helps improve the monitoring of Citrix environments using SCOM. This was warmly received by our customers who preferred not to shell out for the premium ‘Citrix Platinum’ license, and so don’t have access to SCOM MPs directly from Citrix.


Knock, knock, who's there? It's Guidion, bringing timely service calls with APIs

Today we hear from Aditya Bhargava, Solutions Architect and agile coach at Guidion, on how the company is using the Google Cloud’s Apigee API Management Platform to transform the Dutch solar panel and communications equipment installation landscape. Read more to learn how Guidion uses APIs to deliver technical services in and around the house, bringing happiness to seven customers every minute.


Q&A with Andrew Hewitt (Forrester)-Experience NYC '19

Experience NYC hosted several quality speakers but one in particular stood out to me for his unique message: Andrew Hewitt, a leading IT Analyst from Forrester. Probably the last thing you would expect to hear at an IT solutions conference is a captivating talk grounded in human psychology. Feelings? Perceptions? Beliefs? These topics don’t seem to fit nicely into bits and bytes. They’re perceived as foreign, un-engineer speak.