Securiti Launches Industry’s First Solution To Automate Compliance

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Shadow IT

Shadow IT refers to the use of information technology (IT) systems, software, applications, or services by employees within an organization without the explicit approval...

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Shadow Data

Shadow data refers to data that exists within an organization’s network and information systems but is not actively monitored, managed, or controlled by the...

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SHA-256 (Secure Hash Algorithm 256-bit)

SHA-256 refers to a cryptographic hash function that belongs to the SHA-2 (Secure Hash Algorithm 2) family. It generates a fixed-size 256-bit (32-byte) hash...

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Server

A server refers to a computer or a software application that provides services, resources, or functionality to other computers, devices, or users, often referred...

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Serverless

Serverless refers to a cloud computing model that abstracts the underlying infrastructure management from developers, allowing them to focus solely on writing code and...

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Serverless Computing

Serverless computing, often referred to as Function as a Service (FaaS), refers to a cloud computing paradigm in which cloud providers manage the underlying...

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SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol)

SFTP, which stands for SSH File Transfer Protocol, refers to a secure network protocol used for securely transferring files over a network. It is...

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Semi-Structured Data

Semi-structured data refers to a type of data that does not adhere to the strict structure of traditional relational databases, yet it has some...

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Self-Managed Database

A self-managed database refers to a type of database system where an organization or user is responsible for all aspects of database management, including...

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