Tag Archives: security

Jumping Air Gaps

  There are all sorts of viruses, worms, and malware out in the world, and some of us have had to deal with them at different points in our career. SQL Slammer was particularly memorable for me, but there were … Continue reading

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Defending Against Ransomware

I don’t manage production systems at Redgate, and I’ve not seen us have any disruption in the access to systems across the last few years. At a number of events, however, I’ve spoken to friends that have told me about … Continue reading

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Remote Data Challenges

With many of us working remotely now, security is going to be a concern for many organizations. While some might have company provided hardware, many of us will use our personal equipment to connect to data and systems. This brings … Continue reading

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Mongodb Encryption

The last decade has seen a number of new database platforms get implemented in a variety of organizations. Most of the newer popular platforms have been NoSQL (Not Only SQL) products, and one of the first that became quite popular … Continue reading

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