Top 10 Highlights of RSA Conference 2023

Top 10 Highlights of RSA Conference 2023

The RSA Conference 2023 concluded with many insightful discussions around Cyber security. Calsoft’s representatives have compiled a list of highlights from the keynotes, panels and workshops at the conference. These highlights would help the reader understand what’s new, what needs innovation, and where the future lies, for the world of cyber security.

Enhancing Security in the Public Cloud

Public cloud has been frequently targeted for its supposedly poor security posture. Take a look at this insightful blog, which talks about how security in the public cloud is a shared responsibility of both the vendor & the organization implementing the cloud solution.

[Infoblog] Strengthen Security Operations with ServiceNow

Contact us to enhance your security & risk capabilities with ServiceNow plugins that fit your needs.

Enterprise Network Security & Key Threats in the COVID-19 Era

The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically altered the enterprise business landscape with a massive shift to remote working arrangements.

Guide to Network Security Key Considerations

We have been hearing a lot lately about the impact of COVID-19 and how it has altered the way businesses are working.

[Infoblog] Network Security

Covid-19 has dramatically increased our dependency on the internet. People are working from home and collaborating digitally, exposing a larger surface to a risk of cyber attack

[Infoblog] Cloud Security

Cloud security is assuming prime importance due to the wide adoption of cloud-based applications and software. Here’s an overview of cloud security and how it’s faring in the market.

Kubernetes Security: Key Factors to Consider

Here are six ways organizations can increase their Kubernetes security

What You Must Know About Endpoint Protection Challenges

Despite advances in security technologies, the risk organizations face from hackers and insider threats never seems to diminish.

Key Properties of Endpoint Security Solutions

For decades, organizations had considered the antivirus to be the best (and probably the only) solution for securing endpoints. Although antivirus solutions indeed help detect and remove malware, they fall short when it comes to tackling new-age security loopholes.