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5+4 = The New Cloud Security Stack
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Eli Arkush 09.06.21

Infrastructures, threat, and security are all under a quick, constant evolution. Once every few year there comes a tipping point which forces us to rethink our technology posture. 2020 was that tipping point. The cloud surge has peaked during the Pandemic, as remote work became the new normal for most office-based businesses. This has introduced […]

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Zero Trust Access Management
Admin Globaldots 31.05.21

“Working from home 2021″ marks a massive shift away from common workspaces in response to the global pandemic. There is no more working remotely or working from home, there is just working. The axiom, “work is what you do, not where you go” has never before been so true. The possibility for the workforce to be location independent […]

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Zero Trust Access Management
Admin Globaldots

Overview Phishing continues to be a major attack vector, and it’s surprising just how many security incidents and breaches start with an employee clicking on a link in a carefully crafted phishing email (and sometimes doing the same with a not-so-well crafted phishing email — see this example).  There’s still a general perception that phishing attacks […]

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Automated Workflows – IT & HR Dreams Come True
Identity & Access Management (IAM)
Eli Arkush 25.05.21

At times when interest rates are close to zero and VC money flows into startups and tech companies, we see a spike in the recruitment pace of talented knowledge workers. The competition for software engineers, developers, DevOps, SREs, and security engineers is fierce. Therefore, companies put lots of effort into optimizing their employee experience, also […]

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Kubeflow: Concepts, Use Cases and Starter’s Guide
Kubernetes Cluster Management
Admin Globaldots 17.03.21

In this blog, I am going to cover the basics of Kuberflow, its use cases, and installation procedure.

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Dror Arie, Senior Solutions Architect @ GlobalDots 09.07.20

Credential stuffing is a type of cyberattack where stolen account credentials are used to gain unauthorized access to user accounts through large-scale automated login requests directed against a web application.

In this article, we explain how credential stuffing attacks work and how you can protect yourself against them.

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