Data is Pouring over the Edge

Data is increasingly becoming the currency of the global digital economy. And, it is the direct, private data exchange between and among businesses that is driving global economic growth. For enterprises to monetize their data and extract the most value from it, they must re-think their data architectures to find the best ways to aggregate, exchange and manage data at the edge—and at scale.

Manage Growing Security Complexity with Edge-Based Analytics

Enterprise security has become infinitely more difficult to achieve. Cybercrime is growing at the same pace and sophistication as evolving technologies within digital business, including those undisclosed computer-software (“Zero-day”) vulnerabilities in systems, applications, data and networks that hackers love to exploit.

Why Deploy Identity and Key Management at the Edge

The IOA Security Blueprint Identity and Key Management Security Design Pattern provides a step-by-step strategy for gaining greater control over security functions by deploying local, vendor-neutral identity and encryption key management services.

Turning Technical Disruption into Growth Opportunities

One of the most critical factors to consider before enterprises undergo a digital transformation journey – one that involves the consolidation of their data center assets – is how to build an Interconnection strategy. This enables them to build business capabilities around their partner ecosystems to deliver services to their users and end-customers.

Establishing Boundary Control at the Digital Edge

Digital business, mobile computing and cloud technology have pushed much of enterprise computing outside the corporate data center, transforming what was once a single, well-defined enterprise perimeter into multiple, geographically dispersed digital edges with boundaries that must be secured.

How Virtual Machine Tech Keeps Pace With Security Threats

When thinking about virtualization’s impact on security, it is important to consider both the downside (“What new threats does it expose me to?”) and the upside (“How can I use it to my advantage?”). The answer depends on your implementation. And don’t forget interconnection.

Optimizing Multicloud Interconnection at the Digital Edge

The best way to achieve public, private, hybrid and multicloud interconnection is to first leverage smaller, distributed, connected data centers at the digital edge.

Weaponizing the IoT for DDoS Attacks

Interestingly DDoS attacks have moved beyond the simple large volume attacks of yore to sophisticated, dynamic combinations of stealthy multi-vector application-level attacks and even campaigns of attacks that morph while they’re in progress. This requires a multi-layered approach to your DDoS security that includes on-premises, in-line protection and intelligent communication with your ISP or MSP, so it knows to deploy its own DDoS defenses when necessary.

How to Segment Traffic Flows at the Network Edge

To tackle latency issues, many organizations have started placing significant portions of their application and IT infrastructure at the digital edge where they are close to globally dispersed users, partners and cloud services.

Harness the Rise of Edge-Based Collaborative Communities

“Collaborative communities” harness the power of proximity not only to meet the demands of the digital economy, but to exceed them.