Welcome to the first installment of the DataMotion 2021 Year-end Hot List! As we close out 2021 and gear up for 2022, we’re revisiting the year in the DataMotion Blog. In this blog post, we are showcasing the different series that we’ve published to the blog this year. This includes a look at where data security vulnerabilities may lie within your organization on both the IT and business sides, the rise of Ransomware as a Service, and some tips and tricks for using Postman.
Let’s set the rearview mirror and start our look back at 2021 in the DataMotion Blog.
Series You May Have Missed
The Danger for Data Series
“While not every breach will make front page headlines or the 24-hour cable news cycle, organizations should expect a breach at some point and plan a defensive strategy. As I mentioned in the previous installment of this series, it is not a question of if a breach will occur, but rather, where and when.” DataMotion CEO Bob Janacek offers insights into where vulnerabilities may lie on both the IT and business sides of an organization, and how you can protect your enterprise’s data.
The Rise of Ransomware as a Service
You’ve heard of Platform as a Service and Software as a Service. But Ransomware as a Service? You read this correctly. Ransomware as a Service (RaaS) is a dangerous cottage industry that has upped the ante when it comes to keeping your data secure. DataMotion Developer Advocate Heather Post explored this dark side to innovation in a three-part series, where she outlined the basics of this disastrous digital disruption, how your vendor could unintentionally put your organization’s data at risk, and how you can protect your enterprise. Read on:
We’re Partial to Postman
This fall, we shared a social-media-based series of tips and tricks for using one of our favorite tools, Postman. Heather Post has curated these tips into two posts to the DataMotion Blog:
As part of this series, Heather also sat down with DataMotion Security Specialist Kevin Miller, who is an enthusiastic and expert user of Postman. In this interview, Kevin shared a little bit about his role, how he has utilized Postman as part of his job, and his tips for fellow developers on how to successfully leverage Postman for testing APIs.
Don’t Miss Out
In our next entry to the DataMotion Blog, we’ll continue our look back at 2021. We will be revisiting the zero-trust model, questions you should ask when vetting an API company, and takeaways from both virtual and live events.
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See you next week!