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Soha is Honored to be Named Gartner Cool Vendor 2016

[fa icon="calendar'] May 5, 2016 8:34:02 AM / by rob.quiros posted in Blog

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This week Gartner released its Cool Vendor report for Cloud and Emerging Technology Security – and there we were: Soha Systems named Cool Vendor by Gartner. Boom. Holy Popcorn Batman! What a great honor it is to see the impact Soha is having on the market recognized by one of the world’s premier analyst firms in this way.

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The Outside-In Enterprise: Five Security Problems We Need to Fix

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 2, 2015 10:05:19 AM / by rob.quiros posted in Blog

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In my last post, I wrote how the move to the cloud, popularity of mobility and the sharing economy has created a new normal - the Outside-In Enterprise – and how this new reality has broken the enterprise security model. In the Outside-In enterprise, the majority of users are coming in from the outside of the corporate network. Increasingly badged employees, contractors and third parties gain access to on-premise, corporate network and cloud computing resources from the Internet.

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The Outside-In Enterprise: Why the Network Perimeter has Failed

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 5, 2015 6:46:35 AM / by rob.quiros posted in Blog

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In the wake of ongoing data breaches, organizations are spending more money to ensure their networks and applications – and the data they possess – remain secure. After the Target breach, 61 percent of organizations increased their security budgets by an average of 34 percent in 2014, according to a study conducted by the Ponemon Institute.

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