A Hybrid and Multicloud Strategy for Architects

The elasticity, scalability, and speed of deploying applications in the public cloud can help organizations increase business growth and reduce costs while managing data growth and improving agility. But moving to the hybrid or public cloud can present challenges. Red Hat offers a comprehensive infrastructure platform that enables compute, storage, and networking on demand, across on-premise and public multicloud resources.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux Security and Compliance

Due to the ever-increasing number and sophistication of security exploits, security built into every part of the infrastructure is critical. It's vital that an operating system (OS), as the foundation for all applications, has the depth and breadth of security capabilities to protect against vulnerabilities and meet compliance requirements.

Learn how Red Hat Enterprise Linux helps you get more secure, compliant, and audit-ready by supporting the top security and compliance requirements for an OS.

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Experience the Value of Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Your business relies on your IT infrastructure. The right operating system can help you boost performance, improve security, speed development, and prepare for the future. Red Hat Enterprise Linux delivers a consistent, intelligent operating foundation for modern IT and enterprise hybrid cloud deployments.

Read this e-book to discover the Red Hat Enterprise Linux experience in seven essential areas of IT.

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Hybrid Cloud Strategy for Dummies

Jumping onto the cloud is easy. Getting it right is somewhat trickier. Getting it right for the long term is a big challenge. A good cloud strategy helps you and your organization work things out, makes sure all the bits and pieces fit together well, and improves the odds of realizing your business goals.

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10 Reasons Why You’re Missing Your SLAs

Disruptions caused due to digital issues result in you not meeting the terms of your SLAs (Service Level Agreements) which then result in downtime and service disruptions. On average, the cost of downtime is $9,000 per minute as per the latest MIM report. This can have a negative impact on your brand reputation as well.

Thus, meeting SLAs is a top Enterprise priority. We have compiled a list of factors that lead to you missing your SLAs, download this whitepaper to learn:

  • The solutions to the different factors causing you to miss your SLAs
  • How to establish a streamlined workflow
  • The value of automated escalations

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ZenKey: A Network-Based Identity Solution

Even as the threats of data breaches, identity theft and large-scale fraud seem to grow daily, millions of users must also face the burden of managing multiple passwords. And with the digital economy growing faster than ever, so is the need for a radically new identity management solution. One that eliminates passwords and provide seamless, user-centric security. One that can provide privacy controls with high-level of confidence.

That solution is here. Introducing ZenKey, a joint-venture between AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon, that provides a highly secure network-based identity solution. It delivers a frictionless experience with unique fraud signals that only largest mobile carriers can provide.

Why ZenKey is Better

The ZenKey identity solution provides multi-factor authentication and authorization based on a user’s mobile device and network attributes. It integrates the trusted security attributes of the Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card with the OpenID Connect1 authentication protocols.

An identity solution generally includes four key actors – (1) Users, (2) Identity Providers, (3) Relying Parties, and (4) a Governance Body as shown in the figure above. The Users are entities for which the identity solution provides authentication and authorization. The Identity Providers manage user attributes to validate, process, and assure digital transactions on behalf of Users. The Relying Parties accept user assurances from Identity Providers to allow service access. This is the standard structure. But what makes ZenKey a better option?

To learn more about how the ZenKey identity solution works, fill out the form and download the detailed White Paper.

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ZenKey: Cellular Network Enhances Security

How do you establish your Digital Identity

By some accounts, the pandemic accelerated the digital transformation by a factor of 3x in 2020 alone. In 2021, the ability to adapt to the predominance of the digital realm will make or break businesses across industry verticals. Fraudsters watch and wait while consumers struggle to manage hundreds of accounts integral to their daily lives.

The coin of this digital realm for service providers of any stripe and consumers alike is identity. Historically, the relationship has been one-way; a user authorized a provider to act on his/her/their behalf. The accelerating reliance on digital access to services, along with increasing legal and social obligations to protect PII (personal identifiable information), means everyone must rethink identity.

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ZenKey: A Network-Based Identity Solution

Even as the threats of data breaches, identity theft and large-scale fraud seem to grow daily, millions of users must also face the burden of managing multiple passwords. And with the digital economy growing faster than ever, so is the need for a radically new identity management solution. One that eliminates passwords and provide seamless, user-centric security. One that can provide privacy controls with high-level of confidence.

That solution is here. Introducing ZenKey, a joint-venture between AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon, that provides a highly secure network-based identity solution. It delivers a frictionless experience with unique fraud signals that only largest mobile carriers can provide.

Why ZenKey is Better

The ZenKey identity solution provides multi-factor authentication and authorization based on a user’s mobile device and network attributes. It integrates the trusted security attributes of the Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card with the OpenID Connect1 authentication protocols.

An identity solution generally includes four key actors – (1) Users, (2) Identity Providers, (3) Relying Parties, and (4) a Governance Body as shown in the figure above. The Users are entities for which the identity solution provides authentication and authorization. The Identity Providers manage user attributes to validate, process, and assure digital transactions on behalf of Users. The Relying Parties accept user assurances from Identity Providers to allow service access. This is the standard structure. But what makes ZenKey a better option?

To learn more about how the ZenKey identity solution works, fill out the form and download the detailed White Paper.

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ZenKey: Cellular Network Enhances Security

How do you establish your Digital Identity

By some accounts, the pandemic accelerated the digital transformation by a factor of 3x in 2020 alone. In 2021, the ability to adapt to the predominance of the digital realm will make or break businesses across industry verticals. Fraudsters watch and wait while consumers struggle to manage hundreds of accounts integral to their daily lives.

The coin of this digital realm for service providers of any stripe and consumers alike is identity. Historically, the relationship has been one-way; a user authorized a provider to act on his/her/their behalf. The accelerating reliance on digital access to services, along with increasing legal and social obligations to protect PII (personal identifiable information), means everyone must rethink identity.

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Software Patches: The Seatbelt of Cybersecurity

Similar to a seatbelt, keeping software updated through patch management is a crucial security feature. However, the complications of patching in the past have led many IT managers and business owners to opt out of patching altogether. In this white paper, we’ll cover:

  • Why many experts recognize patch management's importance yet still opt out
  • How modern patch management solutions address common patching issues

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Modernize Your Cybersecurity Now: 10 Reasons Why and 10 Ways To Take Action

Is your business or IT team doing all it can to secure devices? With users connecting from anywhere and network perimeters dissolving, this year has quickly turned in to one of the most transformational years for cybersecurity. Now is the time to ensure your security is modernized and ready to take on the latest attack methods.

This white paper will walk you through:

  • Why it's crucial to modernize your cybersecurity, especially in 2020
  • Tangible ways to implement security that will establish protection today and in the future

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