A recipient of an F5 2021 Tech for Good Grant, Sacred Valley Project is purchasing 27 laptops to help indigenous girls in remote areas of Peru apply for university and study for college entrance exams.
As businesses continue to move toward a “digital as default” operating model the ease of operations results in an increase of complexity – task automation requires more code, digital expansion requires more connections, AI-assisted business requires more data. And complexity is the enemy of security. Therefore businesses will have to adapt their security stack to keep up.
The banking and financial services industry has been experiencing digital transformation for several years and customer digital expectations combined with COVID-19 are accelerating key initiatives, such as Open Banking and Platform Banking.
Over the past several years, many organizations have been going through a digital transformation, a process which has accelerated due to the COVID19 pandemic.
The HTTP protocol is, for the most part, running the web. It is the communications protocol that drives most internet traffic. New ways of network optimizing internet communications are emerging.
One of 20 recipients of an F5 2021 Tech for Good Grant, Thriving Families is using these funds to help new mothers obtain the mental health support and community connections and resources they need during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
In a simpler time, securing organizational infrastructure was relatively easy: Most if not all applications, services, and resources necessary for a user – usually an employee – to be productive were available on the network.
The explosive growth of automation and digitization along with a trend toward hybrid work models will accelerate the momentum away from IP-based security toward identity-based access strategies.
F5 Labs recently collaborated with the Cyentia Institute, leaders in security data science, to publish a meta-analysis of several prominent industry reports, each of which covers the state of application security, hence the name, ‘the state of the state of.’ This blog from Sander Vinberg comments on the degree of consensus and clarity within the world of application security researchers.