Tape No Longer a Reliable Option for IT Managers Seeking to Eliminate Single Point of Failure

Acronis Survey shows that Organizations Adopt Cloud for Secure Data Protection As Tape Failure Rates Reach 75 Percent

According to a recent survey from Acronis, conducted by Redmond Magazine, 59 percent of organisations recognise the dangers of Acronis Survey shows that Organizations Adopt Cloud for Secure Data Protection As Tape Failure Rates Reach 75 Percentmaintaining just one form of backup, and many are looking to the cloud to eliminate a single point of failure. In fact, nearly a quarter already back up to the cloud as a secure off-site solution.

It’s no surprise that organisations are seeking more secure data protection option, as 75 percent of survey respondents experienced tape failure in the last year, and 22 percent see phasing out of legacy backups as a future challenge. IT departments see the cloud as a highly beneficial off-site storage solution to resolve such issues, with 43 percent of survey respondents cited the extra layer of data protection as the primary benefit of cloud, while 24 percent were most attracted to the underlying cost savings.

“Organisations no longer have to incur the risk of a tape failure when staging to cloud can provide the simple added layer of protection that organisations need. Old tape options are still used by many organisations despite the high failure rates, and it is fast losing its reputation as an effective  technology with tolerance for downtime reaching near-zero and the velocity of critical data is only increasing. Forward looking IT organisations should be thinking ‘cloud first’ when assessing effective recovery strategies,” commented Scott Crenshaw, Acronis senior vice president of strategy and CMO.

In order to avoid a system relying on a single point of failure and ensure data protection, Acronis recommends organisations adopt a 3-2-1 backup strategy: Keep three copies of data, one primary and two backups; store backups on two types of media; and keep one copy of data off-site. The cloud clearly plays an essential role in the 3-2-1 strategy as a highly secure and cost-effective off-site storage solution, and cloud backup adoption is quickly gaining ground. Now, organisations must focus on integrating personal devices into their backup strategy to ensure availability, accessibility and protection of data, regardless of where it resides.

But, in order to develop a truly comprehensive data protection strategy, companies must also incorporate personal device backup and protection. Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) remains an obstacle for IT departments, and a quarter see personal device integration as their biggest backup and data recovery challenge. While the cloud is becoming an increasingly viable form of off-site backup, 65 percent of organizations admit to not backing up personal devices to the cloud.

“Protecting personal devices cannot be a grey area in a data protection strategy that is only tested and maintained for data on desktop or corporate laptops. Legacy backup and recovery policies simply won’t stretch to meet today’s always-on demands. CEO’s are some of the biggest users of the personal iPad for business use – they need to be sure their data is safe.”

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Kerio Gives Customers Access to a Scalable and Headache Free Email Experience with Kerio Connect 8

 

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Kerio Technologies have launched a new cloud service infrastructure for its partners and customers.

Although Kerio previously enabled its channel partners to host Kerio Connect on their own hardware using the SaaS model, this marks Kerio’s first major push into true, hosted infrastructure services. The first Kerio Cloud offering will be the company’s flagship product, Kerio Connect 8, a messaging (email) and calendaring server.

Unlike cloud email solutions such as Microsoft Office 365 or Google Apps, Kerio offers its customers a private cloud experience, which in turn allows them more control over their own data.

“Pundits have touted cloud services and predicted the demise Scott Schreiman CEO Kerio Technologiesof on-premise solutions for a few years now,” said Scott Schreiman, CEO, Kerio Technologies. “While customer data suggests that onsite servers are still very popular, we think Kerio Cloud is the most secure and flexible solution for the IT guy that is looking for an alternative, but is still evaluating the cloud. Our private cloud not only eliminates the need for partners to carry the hardware burden, it allows them to focus their energy on adding value instead of worrying about the availability of email services.”

The way it works: Kerio Cloud is a hosted infrastructure service that allows Kerio partners to resell Kerio “Software as a Service” to their end customers, eliminating the need to purchase and maintain their own server environments. Kerio will provide its partners with private virtual machines running Kerio Connect 8 in the cloud with some basic configuration. The Kerio partner will take it from thereWalter Huff Huff Technologies, acting as the primary administrator and support contact for their clients.

“We have long offered Kerio Connect as an alternative to Exchange and Google Apps,” said Walter Huff, president of Huff Technologies, a Kerio preferred partner in Jacksonville, Florida. “As email has moved to the cloud, I was anxious to participate in the Kerio Cloud beta program, and after testing with my clients, I can report that the reliability, security and ease of administration rivals any other email service on the market.”

Kerio Connect 8 features the new Kerio Connect client, which is a completely redesigned Webmail experience that has been rebuilt from the ground up to deliver the performance and experience users expect from a modern web application. Email, calendars, contacts, tasks and notes are fully functional in the Kerio Connect client.

In addition to this new cloud offering, Kerio Connect 8 continues to be available as an on-premise server solution and through our existing SaaS hosting partners.

About Kerio Technologies, Inc.
Innovating in Internet security since 1997, Kerio Technologies, Inc. provides unified collaboration, communications and security solutions for businesses and organisations worldwide that prefer a simple approach to IT.

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snom endpoints with Kerio Operator gives small and medium-size businesses a complete, end-to-end voice solution

snom technology AG, a leading developer of IP desktop phones and communications solutions, has recently announced interoperability with Kerio Operator an IP PBX phone system from Kerio Technologies.  snom VoIP endpoints can now be auto provisioned through Kerio Operator, enabling quick and easy installation and no-hassle management directly from the PBX. The following snom models are currently certified for the Kerio Operator solution: the snom 300, snom 320, snom 370, snom 710, snom 720, snom 760, snom 821 and snom 870 desktop phones; the snom M9 cordless DECT handset; the snom Meeting Point conference phone; and the snom PA1 public announcement system.

Combining snom endpoints with Kerio Operator gives small and medium-size businesses (SMBs) a complete, end-to-end voice solution.  Kerio Operator customers will gain access to the full range of snom endpoint phones to meet any staff requirement or business requirement.

“snom produces a dependable lineup of stylish, high performance desktop VoIP phones, including conference and public announcement systems and a cordless DECT handset that offer exception value to SMBs,” said James Gudeli, Vice President of Business Development at Kerio Technologies Inc. “We worked closely with snom to test their endpoints with Kerio Operator, and the validation process went smoothly. VARs will appreciate the seamless auto provisioning of these devices with Kerio Operator, whether building a phone system from the ground up or simply adding to an existing network.”

Kerio Operator is secure, flexible and can be set up and deployed within minutes. The system improves voice communications, controls telephony costs and allows users to stay connected anywhere, providing simplicity for employees and IT administrators.

Kerio Operator utilizes the industry-standard SIP VoIP protocol, is compatible with any snom IP phone, and will auto-configure with all snom endpoints.

“snom is committed to interoperability with a large number of SIP-based platforms and is pleased to have successfully completed the testing process with Kerio Operator’s premises-based and software solutions,” said Dr. Michael Knieling, snom technology AG Chief Operating Officer. “The ease of deployment and auto provisioning of snom endpoints with Kerio Operator is advantageous for both VARs and end customers looking for a complete IP telephony deployment.”

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Bitdefender talk Security for Virtualized Environments at Citrix Synergy 2012

Bitdefender exhibited at Citrix Synergy 2012 in Barcelona, one of Europe’s largest gatherings of virtualisation and cloud professionals, to showcase it’s its enterprise solutions, in particular the Bitdefender Security for Virtualized Environments solution.  Take a look at the video below where Robert Krauss, Director Enterprise Sales & Alliances, North America, Bitdefender and Bo Skeel, Sales Director Europe, Bitdefender, describe Bitdefender’s Security for Virtualized Environments (SVE), which delivers comprehensive, virtualisation-centric security for complex datacenters.

As proud Citrix Ready security technology provider, Bitdefender Security for Virtualized Environments (SVE) not only extends the advantages and value of XenServer and XenDesktop, it helps strengthen it, giving Citrix resellers another reason to be excited about the opportunities with Bitdefender solutions for both their current and new customers.

Bitdefender provides centralised management of virtual appliances creating comprehensive coverage across platforms. Organisations can reduce the financial, logistical and performance costs associated with traditional security approaches. Enterprises and cloud service providers (CSPs) with large scale deployments no longer have to choose between improved consolidation ratios and security.

FREE Technical Workshop in London in November to get hands-on with Bitdefender Security for Virtualized Environments and Cloud Security for Endpoints

Join Building Zones and Bitdefender for a FREE workshop on Thursday 22nd November, at Dryland Business Members’ Club in Kensington, London.

In this hands-on, technical session you will explore the features within Bitdefender Security for Virtualized Environments and Cloud Security for Endpoints. Discover how to leverage these products to enable you to securely migrate to a new way of working that dramatically cuts IT investment and boosts productivity.

Places are limited and we expect attendance to be high, so we highly recommend those interested, register now.

You can also learn more about the event on the registration page.

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Event: Discover secure new ways of working that cuts IT investment and boosts productivity this November 22nd in London

Join Building Zones and Bitdefender for a FREE workshop on Thursday 22nd November, at Dryland Business Members’ Club in Kensington, London.

In this hands-on, technical session you will explore the features within Bitdefender Security for Virtualized Environments and Cloud Security for Endpoints. Discover how to leverage these products to enable you to securely migrate to a new way of working that dramatically cuts IT investment and boosts productivity.

  • Learn how companies are using Bitdefender technologies, to secure an increasingly mobile and dispersed workforce.
  • Play with the technology in a demo environment, with Bitdefender experts on-hand to guide you though the process.
  • Hear the benefits that other organisations have experienced from choosing Bitdefender and Building Zones to secure their mobile workforce.

You will also get an opportunity to learn more about Work Different, share your workspace experience with companies like yours and to see the wonderful new office concept that is Dryland Business Members’ Club.

Places are limited and we expect attendance to be high, so register now.

You can learn more about Building Zones and Work Different at the Dryland Business Members’ Club in this video

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Kerio Technologies Updates its UTM Security Appliance for Cloud and Virtual Networks

Kerio Technologies this week announced Kerio Control 7.4, which adds VLAN support for easier network management of cloud, virtualised,and large environments. As corporate networks become more advanced and more stressed with employees adding their own devices, IT administrators are working hard to keep their network securely behind the firewall. Kerio Control 7.4 enables network admins to use VLANs to separate a large network into smaller, isolated segments, without incorporating additional switches or routers.                                                              Click image to enlarge

“Kerio Control 7.4 comes at a time when corporate networks are going through interesting changes. Everything from virtualization and cloud, to IPv6 has an impact on security,” said James Gudeli, vice president of business development, Kerio Technologies. “We have made a great deal of investment in new features that support these advanced networks and IT environments while still meeting the needs of our legacy customers.”

As Kerio Control has diverged from its Windows software version to Linux, we have created a Hyper-V software appliance so customers in Windows invested environments can still test and deploy the Linux software appliance on the Hypervisor.

Kerio Web Filter, an optional module of Kerio Control that prevents users from visiting websites that are known to contain malicious content, has been upgraded with HTTPS and embedded URL filtering. This ensures the network is not exposed by employees using encrypted Web connections or by accessing approved sites with embedded links to view inappropriate content.

Redesigned Kerio Control Statistics

Formerly Kerio StaR, the new Kerio Control statistics interface has a fresh new look along with support for groups, user photos and better rights management for accessing statistics and email reports. Administrators now have the flexibility to specify which groups to gather statistics for, assign group statistics access to any user (a director or VP for example) regardless of their group membership, and even allow users to access their own statistics data or email reports. Imagine your teams’ productivity gains if they could see just how much of their internet activity you are monitoring. Now that’s powerful.                                            Click image to enlarge

Admin Dashboard

The admin Dashboard, which is displayed as the default “home” screen upon login, provides admins with easy access to important system and license information, system health charts, traffic charts, connection status, bandwidth utilization, top active hosts and more. The Dashboard is completely customizable using a modular “tile” concept – admins can select which tiles to display and arrange tiles as they like on the dashboard page. Admins will also appreciate the redesigned charts and the new problem/alert notifications.                                                                                                                                                                  Click image to enlarge

Other Improvements

  • Allowing of incoming IPv6 connections
  • Improved charts
  • Better notification of problems
  • NTLM improvements

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Add Deep Packet Traffic Analysis and Integrated User Information seamlessly embedded into your Orion Dashboards

With NetFort LANGuardian you can see what’s happening on your network, including user activity, file and database queries, intrusion attempts, bandwidth usage, and Internet access – down to user and file level!   

  • Troubleshoot and solve network issues fast by drilling deeper into traffic-based information about individual users, files, web pages, and applications.
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Is your network being abused by employees using Spotify?

 

Spotify reached a milestone of 20 million monthly active users in May, according to music industry blogger and former
Jupiter Research analyst Mark Mulligan, who has been tracking Spotify usage with the help of Facebook’s publicly available app data.

Mulligan estimated that 17 percent of Spotify’s active users are paying for the service, which would mean that the company has around 3.4 million paying subscribers.   Mulligan estimates that Spotify could gain up to eight million paying subscribers within the next 12 months.

Spotify AB, the service is available in AustraliaAustriaBelgiumDenmarkFaroe IslandsFinlandFranceGermany, the NetherlandsNew ZealandNorway,SpainSwedenSwitzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

The system is currently accessible using Microsoft WindowsMac OS XLinuxTelia Digital-tviOSAndroidBlackBerryWindows MobileWindows PhoneS60 (Symbian)webOSSqueezeboxBoxeeSonosWD TV, and MeeGo.[8][9][10][11][12][13]

In parallel with this growth, there has been an increase in concern on the impact Spotify traffic is having on organisations networks.  On top of these concerns,  there are those also around the bring your own device (BYOD) culture that is present and growing in the workplace and the use of Spotify on the increasing range of devices available just adds to the pressures on the IT department.

Spotify provides free audio streams at 160 kb/sec and high-quality streams to subscribers at 320 kb/sec. This means that a single user listening to the free service for one hour would download over 70 MB of data, while a user listening to the premium service all day would download over 1 GB.

You can easily check for Spotify activity on your network with NetFort LANGuardian, software that captures and analyses the traffic flowing through your network switch, stores it in a database, and displays the details in a web browser.

Take a look at the video below by Darragh Delaney, head of Technical Services at NetFort, giving you a demo of how LANGuardian is able to detect Spotify on your Network.

If you are not already a LANGuardian user you can still try this on your own network by downloading the 30-day free trial version of the software.

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Does Open Source Hold The Keys To Innovation In Government?

A new narrative is emerging in government innovation and it goes something like this: Truly great leaps in innovation are almost never possible with monolithic, proprietary approaches to software development, and many small innovations, when taken together, often lead to large, game-changing paradigms.

That was the message delivered by both government and private sector IT professionals at the Red Hat Government Symposium on Oct. 23. The event, sponsored by Red Hat Inc. focused on the importance of transparency, open sharing, and collaboration to the success of the Obama Administration’s Open Government Initiative, as well as how open source software can help agencies accomplish their missions in a time of dwindling resources.

“When it comes to the questions of innovation, one of the most profound things that we have seen in the world of open source [software] is the power of incremental innovation versus the traditional big-bang theory of innovation,” said Michael Tiemann, vice president of Open Source Affairs at Red Hat (pictured right.)

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NetIQ discuss strategies to address the heightened risks introduced by BYOD

The head of security hastily leaves the meeting without excusing herself. Her body language indicates that it is an important call. As she walks back in, all eyes in the room subliminally pose the same question. Without further prompting, the head of security says: “The CEO wants to know why she can’t watch a YouTube video on her iPad. It’s against policy, but we have to make it happen. While we’re at it, she also wants to be able to access her email and calendar on her iPhone”. This actually happened at a large financial institution.

Bring your own device (BYOD) is a trend that will gain visibility at an accelerating pace and is inherently tied to the cloud. As such, there are many parallels when considering the implications. The proof is apparent in that most smartphones leverage the cloud in providing services to consumers. The term “shadow IT” has been used for some time, but it is especially relevant today. At no point in history has it been easier to bypass the IT department, consume cloud services and use non-standard devices on a corporate network than it is today.

Like the example above, there have been cases where it has been the CEO that has gone around the IT department to procure a service in the cloud for business needs.

During the Cloud Security panel at the recent RSA Conference in San Francisco, Chief Information Security Officers from eBay, Sallie Mae, Humana and Bank of America agreed on one thing: security departments need to anticipate these needs and have the answers ready before they are confronted with the issues.

In other words, there needs to be a fundamental paradigm shift in the way information security departments operate.

Instead of continuing to say “no” when faced with requests that increase risk, they need to say “yes” and subsequently be creative enough to design a solution while mitigating risks.

At the other end of the corporate ladder, the next generation of workers has never known a world before social media. They are hyper-connected and will demand the ability to use their own devices. In many cases, they cite productivity and efficiency gains. In addition, they may enforce it as a pre-requisite to joining an organisation. The ability to allow this can become an incentive when recruiting candidates, or work against a company that does not.

There are also benefits to be had. Support costs decrease as users tend to research and solve their own issues on their own devices. It may also be the compelling reason for an organisation to move towards a device agnostic, service-oriented architecture; providing development, operational and maintenance cost savings in the long run.

Allowing employees to use their own devices presents many risks, but very few are new for a seasoned security professional. These devices need to be treated as partially trusted endpoints at best, or completely untrusted in the most extreme of cases. The main consideration is that risks are heightened, when it comes to BYOD. Non-standard devices can be more easily compromised by an attacker than traditional, corporate-issued devices that are locked down using far more draconian measures.

Here are some strategies to address the heightened risks introduced by BYOD:

  • Encourage a security culture. If security is not perceived as an integral part of the business, make it so. There needs to be a cultural shift to make this happen. Security must be an enabler and be embedded across all aspects of an organisation. Security cannot be seen as getting in the way of business initiatives.
  • Educate. Test. Repeat. The responsibility must be shared between the organisation and end users. At the recent RSA Conference, renowned security luminary (and former notorious hacker) Kevin Mitnick reiterated that social engineering is still the easiest way to infiltrate a company. In fact, many Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) vectors involve compromising networks through the use of Spear Phishing, which preys on a lack of security awareness on the part of employees. Do not stop at educating employees. They must be periodically tested when they least expect it (and made aware when they have failed) to reinforce the behavioural changes required.
  • Have a BYOD policy that is easy to understand. Do not rely on the user to decipher “security-speak”. E.g. “Ensure your device has our corporate mandated software installed. You can download it from this specified location and install it by following these steps.”
  • Enforce access control policies. These should rely on identity, context and policy to protect resources (e.g. data and applications). Do not allow a device to access resources if systems cannot determine the user’s identity, if it does not meet compliance standards (e.g. screen unlock passcode/PIN not enabled) or if it does not have prerequisite software installed (such as antivirus). Apply context by restricting access based on factors such as location and whether the connection is encrypted.
  • Automate the remediation process. Make it as simple as possible for the user to ensure device compliance by automating a majority of the remediation process. Do not rely on the user to know that they need to download and install a list of software. This can be done by leveraging identity provisioning and configuration management technologies.
  • Monitor with Security Information and Event Management. Monitor all devices accessing resources on the corporate network using a Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution that can provide auditable, actionable intelligence that can be tied to identities. In an environment filled with partially trusted, potentially compromised devices, visibility is paramount and incident response time critical.
  • Use identity federation with levels of assurance. Reduce operational overhead in environments with many identity sources in a secure, standards-based manner by federating user identities across segmented zones and rely on trust-levels to enforce access controls. As an example, consider the overlap between internal employee identities and their online identities. Users with their own devices are usually already logged in to their online accounts (such as Twitter). For ease of use and transparent single sign-on, security policies can be implemented to support levels of assurance. If an employee is already signed into Twitter, internal applications can utilise that identity, but at a lower level of trust. So, an employee can potentially use their Twitter credentials to access non-sensitive parts of the intranet. But if they want to access corporate email, they are required to provide their employee credentials thus enforcing a higher level of assurance that the employee is who they claim to be.
  • Provide secure devices. Provide employees with the devices of their choice and ensure these are loaded with the required software and controls. This presents a win-win situation for both organisation and employee. They use a device of their choice without having to pay for it and can access the corporate environment in a secure and compliant manner.
  • Control access from devices. Ensure access to sensitive data is controlled when retrieved via a non-standard device. For example, this can be done by providing remote sessions that allow the employee to work with the information, but never physically stores data on the device.
  • Encrypt sensitive data. Encrypt any data placed on a non-standard device that is deemed to be company property. This may include the employee’s corporate email.

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to addressing BYOD risks. The points listed above are intended to serve as a starting point for thought processes. They can be used independently from each other, or in various combinations that make sense for specific needs.

It should be clear by now that having a BYOD policy is not actually about mandating that employees bring their own devices while freeing the company from having to provide equipment. It is really about having a strategy to manage devices accessing corporate data in a secure manner. It is about dealing with the consumerisation of IT and the fact that employees are beginning to blend their personal and business lives on devices, whether provided by the organisation or purchased on their own.

BYOD has become the designated term used to address this consumerisation of business IT. Adoption will continue to accelerate. It will happen faster than expected and be driven by multiple factors. If an organisation is not in a position to address the risks posed by BYOD, they will be left behind.

Ian Yip is the product and business manager for Identity and Security Management across the Asia Pacific region at NetIQ Australia. NetIQ, a business unit of the Attachmate Group, provides identity, access, security and compliance management solutions.

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