Idea by |  29 Apr 2020

SOAR: An Automated approach against Security Incidents

Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR) is a term coined to define three distinct software capabilities – threat and vulnerability management, security incident response, and security operations automation. SOAR is a process of responding to infinite security-threats at machine speed without human assistance.

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Idea by |  04 Mar 2020

Docker Networking

Containers are generally considered as an executable software unit in which application code is packaged, with all its dependencies to run applications rapidly anywhere, whether it be on desktop, traditional IT, or the cloud. Containers are a streamlined way to build, test, deploy, and redeploy applications in multiple computing environments. A Docker container image is a standalone and executable kind of package of software that includes code, settings, runtime, system tools, system libraries and everything that can be required to run an application.

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Idea by and |  28 Jan 2020

What is DevSecOps?

When secure practices and tools integrate to drive visibility, collaboration, and agility into each stage of DevOps pipeline it takes a major transformational shift called DevSecOps. The fundamental objective of DevSecOps is to make every individual responsible for security in the process of safely distributing security decisions at speed and scale to those who hold the highest level of context without sacrificing the safety required.

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Idea by |  15 Jan 2020

How to establish a Security Operation Center?

In the age of data-driven technologies and modernized office environment, cybersecurity threats exist beyond imagination. Data breaching and Cyber attacks may cause irredeemable losses to any small and large scale organizations. Hence building a Security Operations Center is an inviolable preventative measure that any organization can rely on. 

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Idea by |  30 Dec 2019

How EHR and Billing Can Unlock Your Practice Revenue

If you’re looking to increase practice revenue, full schedules and robust patient panels aren’t necessarily the answer. You can only see a certain number of patients each day, and you can’t add more than your providers can handle. However, the additional revenue you are looking for may already exist. It may be locked deep inside inefficient electronic health records (EHR) and slow, manual billing processes. It is possible to find additional revenue inside your practice walls; and it doesn’t have to be a time-intensive, expensive exercise. That’s what powerful EHR and billing systems are for; they automate and streamline internal systems so you can find a robust stream of revenue.

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