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A Content Delivery Network (CDN) is an important component of a company's digital presence. In order to adapt to changing business conditions and operating environments, creating a globally secure and scalable network is crucial.
Analysts estimate that API calls now represent over 80% of all web traffic. For end users, that translates into better application flexibility and a more connected customer experience. For developers and security professionals, that means more management tasks and an increase in security risk with each API end point published.
In this session, we will discuss the trends shaping the digital future and how Interconnection and the Equinix Cloud Exchange (ECX) Fabric can help with your digital transformation. We will also show how locating application services at the "cloud gateway" next to the ECX Fabric can solve multi-cloud application traffic management and security policy enforcement challenges.
Organisations experience great frustration when gaps emerge between software development and production availability. IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) processes themselves are not the enemy, but their implementations which prevent the delivery of seamless digital capabilities for users, impeding business value.
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks threaten businesses with downtime that can be damaging to their brand and reputation and even lead to financial losses. With the many IoT device-powered botnets and "for-hire" DDoS services, the threat and complexity of an attack is now greater than ever.
Today, securing access to any application is a key challenge organisations face when implementing a Zero Trust strategy. Applications can live anywhere – in the cloud, on premises, as a service, or on a mobile device – and are used everywhere, at any time by employees and business partners.
Automated and manual fraud targeting your customers' identity can jeopardise strategic business outcomes and inflict massive losses. Organisations struggle to mitigate fraud because security controls impact the user experience – 61% of consumers report switching to a competitor that delivers a better web experience.
As customer interactions become digital and workers expect seamless access to their employers’ systems, the range of attack vectors is increasing and threat actors have a wider attack surface to target.
With pressure to move quickly, while accounting for vulnerabilities and avoiding human error, securing applications can be challenging. Instead of using automation to simplify tasks, organisations are forced to complete those tasks manually.