What is a Common Security Framework (CSF)?

By Ron Temske, Vice President of Security Solutions, Logicalis US

What is a Common Security Framework (CSF) and why is it important to your organization’s enterprise security? A CSF (sometimes referred to as an IT Security Framework or an Information Security Management System) is a set of documented policies and procedures that govern the implementation and ongoing management of an organization’s security. Think of it as a blueprint or operator’s guide for security. Many organizations are pursuing a Common Security Framework to improve their overall security posture and frequently to aid in meeting the requirements of various compliance and/or regulatory measures.

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The Importance of Endpoint Security

By Ron Temske, Vice President of Security Solutions, Logicalis US

Many enterprises do not focus on endpoint security solutions, preferring to focus on network and data center security instead. Unfortunately, endpoint security simply cannot be ignored due to the high volume of attacks that originate there. For clarity, when I speak about endpoint security I am discussing both end-user devices as well as servers – essentially anything that could run a traditional operating system and support multiple software applications.

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The Business Case for Composable Infrastructure

By Brett Anderson, Senior Director, HPE Solutions, and Perry Szarka, Solution Architect, Logicalis US

What is composable infrastructure, and is it the right choice for your IT environment? That’s the question on many CIOs’ minds today as they work to position their organizations as “digitally driven,” delivering better, deeper, faster user experiences and a more agile response to change in whatever vertical market you do business in today.

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Why Enterprise Security Architecture Matters

By Ron Temske, Vice President of Security Solutions, Logicalis US

Let’s talk about security architecture and why it matters for your enterprise. When I present on Enterprise Security, you’ll notice that I frequently discuss the topic of security architecture. While you can make a strong argument for an architected approach in many areas of IT, I think it’s particularly important in cybersecurity. Let me take a moment to explain what I mean by architecture and what alternatives exist.

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Sparking a New Way to Conduct Collaborative Meetings

By Cory Rehfeldt, Director, Collaboration Practice, Logicalis US

No matter how technically savvy you are, everyone’s been in that uncomfortable position when they’re trying to join a collaborative workgroup during a meeting or join a meeting remotely and … the technology doesn’t work.  There’s some problem with your equipment connecting to the meeting equipment and, all of a sudden, you realize you’ve missed half of what was said because you were completely consumed with the technology rather than the business you were there to conduct.

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