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Security Automation Part III: The Adobe Security Automation Framework

In previous blogs [1],[2], we discussed alternatives for creating a large-scale automation framework if you don’t have the resources ...

Centralized Security Governance Practices To Help Drive Better Compliance

Adobe CCF has helped us achieve several security compliance goals and meet regulatory requirements across various products and solution...

Security Automation Part II: Defining Requirements

Every security engineer wants to build the big security automation framework for the challenge of designing something with complexity. ...

Security Automation for PCI Certification of the Adobe Shared Cloud

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IT Asset Management: A Key in a Consistent Security Program

IT Asset Management (ITAM) is the complete and accurate inventory, ownership and governance of IT assets. ITAM is an essential and ofte...

Do You Know How to Recognize Phishing?

By now, most of us know that the email from the Nigerian prince offering us large sums of money in return for our help to get the money...

Security Automation Part I: Defining Goals

This is the first of a multi-part series on security automation. This blog will focus on high-level design considerations. The next blo...

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Adobe’s CCF Helps Acquisitions Meet Security Compliance Requirements

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Identity and Access Management in the Enterprise Environment

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Preparing for Content Security Policies

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Striving for a Security Culture

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Look Back on 10 Years of Incident Response at Adobe @ FIRST 2016

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