DevOps and Integrity at FinDEVr San Francisco

Technology conference season is in full swing, with so many events going on that even large ones like PuppetConf and Amazon Re:Invent have been forced to overlap. While part of the UpGuard team traveled to Las Vegas, two of us stayed in ...

Procedures: Runbook Automation that Works

One of the challenges of building and running information technology systems is solving novel problems. That's where frameworks like scrum and agile come in– getting from the unknown to the known with a minimum of frustration and waste. ...

Assessing Critical Cyber Risks with UpGuard

Given the complexity of modern information technology, assessing cyber risk can quickly become overwhelming. One of the most pragmatic guides comes from the Center for Internet Security (CIS). While CIS provides a comprehensive list of ...

UpGuard Capability: Demonstrating DFS 23 NYCRR 500 Compliance

UpGuard makes a cyber resilience platform designed for exactly the realities that necessitate regulations like New York State Department of Financial Services 23 NYCRR 500. On one hand, businesses need to store, processes, and maintain ...

Monitoring AWS with UpGuard: Instances, Load Balancers, and Security Groups

So I've finally gotten the go-ahead from higher-ups to join the twenty-first century and use cloud hosting. Now I need to prove that running in AWS is not just easier than maintaining our own farm, but more stable and secure. To do this, I ...

Know What You Have: Baselining, Change Anomalies, and Group Differencing

More than ever, UpGuard provides the ability to know how your environments are changing and to identify the deviations that increase your risk for failed change, outages, and security incidents. Here we quickly cover how UpGuard addresses ...

3 Steps for Integrating Security into DevOps

The fate of CSO John in The Phoenix Project is a good parable for illustrating the dynamic and often conflicted relationship between Security and IT Operations. Security can either become a separate, obscure, and increasingly irrelevant ...
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