• How to Know if a Website is Secure? Experts Answer!
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    How to Know if a Website is Secure? Experts Answer!

    How to know if a website is secure? You type in your username and password, everyone can just listen up those and record them on the network as they go. The “green lock” is just not enough. In the olden days, people were told just to look for that little green padlock that says that the site has a security certificate on it. But that’s not enough these days. So the green lock what it means is that your connection is being encrypted from and to from the website. So if you’re connected to a malicious website, your connection is going to be encrypted but it doesn’t mean a website…

  • How to modernize Windows Server apps with Remote Desktop Services | Windows Server Summit 2019
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    How to modernize Windows Server apps with Remote Desktop Services | Windows Server Summit 2019

    >>Hi. I’m Jon Federico, I’m in Windows Server on Azure Product Marketing here at Microsoft and I’m responsible for Remote Desktop Services and Windows Virtual Desktop. Today, we’re going to dive into a variety of topics around Remote Desktop Services or RDS. First, we will talk about what’s improved in the core product of RDS, both 2016 and 2019. You can use these wherever you are whether it’s On-Premises or on the Cloud. We release the newest version of Remote Desktop Services, RDS 2019 in October of 2019 with Windows Server. RDS 2019 builds on the strong foundation of RDS 2016 letting you rapidly deploy on-premises or in the Cloud.…

  • Why cloud computing is changing your job and your IT team
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    Why cloud computing is changing your job and your IT team

    Hello my name is Peter van Eijk and I am one of the world’s most experienced, independent cloud trainers. Let me talk to you about why cloud computing is the future of IT, and why it might well be the future of your job. IT has always been a pretty dynamic environment but cloud computing may well be the biggest change the industry has faced so far. What do you think? Is cloud computing the next wave in information technology? Is it a load of marketing hype? or is it a jump into the deep? I think there’s truth in all of these, but personally, I think that cloud computing…

  • New risks from cloud computing – Palo Alto Networks (10-24-2019)
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    New risks from cloud computing – Palo Alto Networks (10-24-2019)

    – You could say that cloud security is not a new topic, but in a way, it always is because it’s perpetually evolving and placing new demands on those responsible for security. This is something Paul Calatayud knows very well. He’s chief security officer of Palo Alto Networks, a prominent player in the cybersecurity business appearing eight times at the forefront of the leader box in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for network firewalls. – As cloud becomes more and more critical to businesses, more than it is popular, we’re seeing a lot more risks and new risks happening within the industry attributed a lot to the speed of business. So as…

  • What Is an SSL Certificate? Do You Need One?
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    What Is an SSL Certificate? Do You Need One?

    – So what is an SSL and why do you need one? We’re talking about that on The Journey. All right, today we have a special guest, Alycia from Sucuri. She is the security expert today to talk to us about what are SSLs and should we actually need one? Let’s just jump in. What is an SSL? – So an SSL is a certificate for your website that allows you to use https in the address bar and that actually allows you to encrypt the traffic between the visitor and your website, basically protecting any communication in transit – Okay, so tell us a little bit more about that…

  • Polyglots: The Ultimate XSS Payloads
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    Polyglots: The Ultimate XSS Payloads

    (unintelligible mix of audio) Hello, world! I’m Jesse from Chef Secure, and this is an XSS polyglot. It’s a single, XSS payload that works in multiple contexts, and, in fact, it works to attack every recipe example we’ve covered thus far. Polyglots can save you lots of time when looking for vulnerabilities when you don’t have access to the code, or if you have a scanner doing the work for you, while you do more important, difficult things. No, wait a sec. There’s no magic in here. If I had shown you this polyglot before you knew what you now know, it would just be a confusing mess of code…