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Gov’t warns on VPN security bug in Cisco, Palo Alto, F5, Pulse software

VPN packages from Cisco, Palo Alto, F5 and Pulse may improperly secure tokens and cookies, allowing nefarious actors an opening to invade and take control over an end user’s system.

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Meta Networks builds user security into its Network-as-a-Service

Meta Networks has a unique approach to the security of its Network-as-a-Service. A tight security perimeter is built around every user and the specific resources each person needs to access.

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Software-defined perimeter: Identity-centric enforced network perimeter

Traditional VPNs no longer cut it.

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Software-defined perimeter brings trusted access to multi-cloud applications, network resources

Today’s networks are both elastic and permeable. Software-defined perimeter (SDP) technology enables simpler, trusted, and secure access to applications in public or private cloud.

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Why blockchain may be blockchain’s best cybersecurity option

With new and emerging security threats to blockchain projects, it's time to consider building decentralized security applications.

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Named data networking: names the data instead of data locations

Will NDN kill the cloud, just like content delivery networks (CDN) kill latency?

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National pen test execution standard would improve network security

Inconsistent penetration test procedures create gaps and leave vulnerabilities open. A national test execution standard could fix that and ensure networks are equally secure.

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DARPA explores new computer architectures to fix security between systems

A completely new government-developed computer architecture could ultimately lead to widespread, commercial-oriented data-security fixes as information moves between systems.

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What is a firewall? How they work and how they fit into enterprise security

Network firewalls were created as the primary perimeter defense for most organizations, but since its creation the technology has spawned many iterations: proxy, stateful, Web app, next-generation that are explained here.

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How SD-WAN can improve your security strategy

SD-WAN introduces new security options, not previously available with legacy networking technologies, that make it easier to manage and secure network traffic.

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Can TLS 1.3 and DNSSEC make your network blind?

DNS & ISN encryption are likely to present numerous problems to the network operations, optimization and SD-WAN vendors.

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Netsurion eases networking and security challenges

Netsurion combines networking, security and compliance in one solution delivered from the cloud, reducing the need for point solutions and simplifying network and security operations.

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Zero-trust security adds necessary ingredients

Let's face it: VPNs are no longer in vogue. Users do not want to spend the time setting them up, and network admins are increasingly moving to a zero-trust model, which ensures a high level of security while empowering users to work...

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5G and 6G wireless technologies have security issues

5G and 6G wireless network technologies promise faster speeds and greater reliability, but they have security issues that must be addressed before they launch, researchers say.

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Introducing Named Data Networking

No more IP addresses.

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Identity awareness: it’s more than just a packet

Routing must reflect business context.

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The WAF backed by artificial intelligence (AI)

Web application firewalls backed by artificial intelligence and machine learning are beginning to surface as major successes against DDoS attacks and the application DDoS world.

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Zero Trust Networking (ZTN): don’t trust anything

I don’t even want you to knock on my door! Let’s craft a new story.

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