Category Archives: Amazon Web Services

New open source solution reduces the risks associated with cloud deployments

An open source user computer environment (UCE) for the Amazon Cloud, called Galahad, has been launched by the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). The technology will fight to protect people using desktop applications running on digital platforms such as Amazon Web Services (AWS). Galahad will leverage nested virtualization, layered sensing and logging to mitigate cloud threats. These layers will allow individual users to host their applications seamlessly and securely within the cloud avoiding … More

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Saviynt now supports Amazon EventBridge

Saviynt, a trusted and award-winning provider of a leading intelligent, identity governance and management platform, announced support for the newly launched Amazon EventBridge, from Amazon Web Services (AWS). Amazon EventBridge is a serverless event bus service that connects applications using events. Events include security configuration changes, changes in application data, privilege access escalations, or joiner/mover/leaver/conversions in human resources (HR) systems. Amazon EventBridge allows Saviynt to further enhance and extend its services by publishing key events … More

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