For this week’s tech recap, we look at: Microsoft Azure, blockchain, devOps, Zero Trust Policies and Amazon hiring spree.

microsoft azureMicrosoft Azure, also known as Azure, is known for providing cloud computing service created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying, and managing applications and services through Microsoft-managed data centers.

In this week’s tech recap, we look at Microsoft Azure and the Cosmos DB Incident, Enterprise Blockchain Adoption Hinges on DevOps, Cybersecurity and Zero Trust Policies as well as the latest Amazon tech hiring spree.

Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB Incident and Cloud Data.

Microsoft Azure Cosmo DB, a fully managed NoSQL database for modern app development, was successfully breached. Security company Wiz was able to gain complete and unrestricted access to thousands of Azure customers, including many Fortune 500 companies, via a Jupyter Notebook feature.

The news of the attack was broken by Wiz security researchers, which sent Microsoft’s team into quick action. The team was able to disable the vulnerable feature within 48 hours.

Read more here about this huge attack.

Enterprise Blockchain Adoption Hinges on DevOps

According to Gartner predictions, blockchain will reduce data availability by 30%. Before its use can reach ubiquity, blockchain-based application development has some hurdles to overcome. And if enterprises are to get on board, executives will need to see tangible proof of its value in the form of reduced expenses and increased profits directly correlated with blockchain adoption.

Do you think it will be possible for organizations to change their business model to adopt a new technology?

Find out here. 

U.S. Cybersecurity Threats Demand More Than Zero Trust Policies

Zero trust might be slowing becoming one of the most overused phrases in cybersecurity, and the industry hype is even causing confusion among security leaders.

Operating from the assumption that any trust-based network architecture can be breached, industry pundits spent the last several years promoting a network security model that doesn’t trust any user or device. In theory, a zero trust architecture verifies everyone and everything, using granular identity details to permit only necessary network access and nothing more.

Here are some interesting ways we can define a clear path forward for zero trust.

Amazon Hiring Spree

Amazon.com Inc is planning to hire 55,000 people for corporate and technology roles globally in the coming months and that is equal to more than a third of Google’s headcount as of June 30, and close to all of Facebook’s!

The positions Amazon is marketing include engineering, research science and robotics roles, postings that are largely new to the company rather than jobs others quit.

Read more here. 


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