Gartner industry analyst Neil MacDonald outlines seven imperatives for implementing Continuous and Adaptable Risk and Trust Assessments (CARTA) into information security management programs. Alongside each imperative are some tactical suggestions from Ionic customers.
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When adding security into their applications, developers must typically choose between capabilities offered by the languages they’re writing in, or by leveraging an available library. These options aren’t comprehensive, and they introduce additional constraints, making the ongoing management of application security difficult.
Trust is a thorny topic. You and I might agree that trust is essential—from human relationships, to business transactions, to simply driving down the street—and yet we might disagree about, or be unable to clearly articulate, how to build it. When author Alexander Chee realizes…
Adam Ghetti, Founder and CTO, of Ionic Security in Atlanta, expresses deep interest on why Atlanta tech firms should be invited to testify before Committee Chairman Greg Walden (R-OR) and panel to discuss disruptive innovation, privacy, data security, and the economic impact of this sector.
Data security is one of the top concerns for enterprises implementing their cloud strategy. Ionic Machina provides cloud storage security, privacy, and accountability for distributed data in today’s borderless enterprise without proxies or gateways or changes in user behavior.