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OPAQ enables total network security from the cloud

OPAQ built a global network infrastructure and embedded enterprise-grade security services that even extend to an organization’s endpoints.

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Protecting iOS against the aLTEr attacks

The new aLTEr attack can be used against nearly all LTE connected endpoints by intercepting traffic and redirecting it to malicious websites. This article summarizes how the attack works, and suggests ways to protect yourself from it...

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Networking anomalies

Total network security is nearly impossible. Use anomalies to mitigate the damage.

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Identifying the Internet of Things – one device at a time

To securely build and grow an IoT ecosystem, one must have the tools and architectures in place to identify, control and manage their IoT devices. This process begins with establishing a strong identity within each IoT device. Here...

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Pulse Secure VPN enhanced to better support hybrid IT environments

Thanks to more than 100 enhancements, Pulse Connect Secure can better support BYOD and hybrid IT environments where applications are in the data center and in the cloud.

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Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins: Get ready for the network's next act

At Cisco Live, CEO Chuck Robbins outlines Cisco’s vision for the future of networking -- and it’s never been brighter.

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Automation critical to scalable network security

With Tufin Orchestration Suite R18-1, Cisco Firepower customers can make changes and update all the firewalls in minutes instead of having to touch each box one at a time.

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Cato Networks adds threat hunting to its Network as a Service

Security is a key benefit of using cloud-based networking services. And Cato Networks is kicking it up a notch by adding threat hunting as a service to its cloud network.

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Overcoming kludges to secure web applications

Nothing is easy when applications lay upon multiple kludges of network architecture and flawed protocols. Without adequate safeguards, security results in a hit and miss approach.

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IPSec – A swiss army knife of kludges

One shoe does not fit all when it comes to SD-WAN providers. There are a variety of ways to tunnel user traffic. Stay clear of anyone who hasn't made the right extensions to IPSec.

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Container security: crafting application identity

Containers are not like traditional workloads and as a result, they require a new security model. Traditional methods such as IP address and ACLs are no longer effective.

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How have network firewalls evolved?

Firewalls have become ubiquitous across the enterprise IT landscape because of their proven ability to stop bad traffic from entering corporate networks and protect a company’s most valuable assets. So how have firewalls evolved over...

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Internet exchange points team up to bring better MANRS to the internet

Enterprises stand to benefit from ISOC's latest campaign to get IXPs to clean up internet routing security

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Is it time to kill the pen test? | Salted Hash Ep 22

Host Steve Ragan reports from the show floor at RSA 2018, talking with guest Adrian Sanabria, director of research at Savage Security, about de-emphasizing network penetration tests to put more focus on attack simulations and helping...

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What Larry, Moe and Curly can teach us about network security and SD-WAN agility

A recent survey of 712 IT professionals shows that network complexity remains a problem even after deploying SD-WAN.

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Leveraging reconfigurable computing for smarter cybersecurity, part 2

It’s clear that reconfigurable computing platforms have a great deal to offer in enabling faster, more powerful and more responsive cybersecurity solutions, both now and in the future.

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What is the cyber kill chain?

Concerned about your network defense? Watch this short video to learn the 7 stages of the cyber kill chain, a framework created by Lockheed Martin to outline the phases of a targeted cyberattack.

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Warning: security vulnerabilities found in SD-WAN appliances

Our branch appliances are often exposed to “innocent” threats, such as being inadvertently disabled by third-party sales engineer. And even worse, they can be exposed to truly sensitive data.

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