Public sector websites: A growing security target

Headlines in both mainstream and tech media are ablaze with cautionary tales and exclamation points: government and public sector websites are big security targets now -- and in the future. Germany’s defense minister, for example, has sounded the alarm: cybersecurity has to be a priority because attacks targeting governments will grow in frequency and severity and may even threaten global stability on several fronts: geopolitical, environment, technological and economic. 

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10/22/20 12:29 PM
by Alexandra Lehner

Delivering consistent, secure web performance for public sector organizations

 

Public sector websites and apps may not get a lot of love because, for the most part, they are taken for granted by those who use and need them the most. These sites deliver the foundations of what societies and their populations need. Whether it’s garbage collection information, applying for unemployment payment benefits, or getting real-time information on a health crisis or natural disaster, governmental organizations bear numerous responsibilities and the public’s trust. 

 

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10/13/20 12:05 PM
by Jonatan Lindgren

In-process TLS - What is it all about?

        
As you might know, the latest Varnish Enterprise release (6.0.6r2) adds support for in-process, or native, TLS. What does this mean, though, and why add this feature, why now?

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3/27/20 2:47 PM
by Lucas Guardalben

Financial API and web services: the performance - security - compliance pyramid

 

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3/16/20 11:00 AM
by Alexandra Lehner

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