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Hardware/Network

3 Steps To Beef Up Your SD WAN Security

Software-defined wide access networks (SD WANs) are becoming widespread, and for good reason. SD WAN products are cheaper than standard network equipment, as are the operational costs associated with adding

Software

No-Brainer Strategies to Your Protect IT Infrastructure

According to a survey conducted by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International, 90% of businesses that answered admitted to experiencing a security threat to their IT infrastructure and 46% of them

Vendor News

Global WAN survey highlights the importance of network simplification

Cato Networks, provider of the global SD-WAN as a service Cato Cloud, released the findings of its enterprise WAN market study.The report, “State of WAN 2018: Too Complex to Ignore,”

Software

Types of Firewalls: What IT Security Pros Need to Know

Firewalls are as central to IT security as anti-virus programs are to PCs, and the multi-billion-dollar market remains large and growing.In the broadest terms, firewalls are like bouncers or doormen:

Hardware/Network

Another massive DDoS internet blackout could be coming your way

Check your DNS, people. And please, make it redundant.A massive internet blackout similar to the Dyn DNS outage in 2016 could easily happen again, despite relatively low-cost countermeasures, according to

Industry Insights

How to improve your security infrastructure when you’re on a budget

When you’re on a tight budget for cybersecurity, it can seem almost impossible to secure every part of your businesses’ network without going over budget with the latest technologies in

Identity Theft

Why Cybersecurity Is About More Than Prevention-Focused Products

Breaches of Equifax, HBO and Uber made headlines in 2017, and 2018 will have its own share of high-profile breaches. As the threat landscape continues to evolve, cybercriminals are becoming

Software

The importance of an integrated security strategy

Integrated security strategies with complementary solutions are more effective than multiple layers of complex protection software One of the biggest challenges facing the security industry is joined-up thinking. With so

Hardware/Network

Why do we need a risk-based approach to authentication?

20 years ago, everyone worked at a desktop workstation hardwired into an office building. This made network security simple and organizations felt they could depend on the time-tested method of

Software

The cyber threat hunting game has changed

Threat hunting has evolved into a modern day sport, as cybersecurity companies scour the Dark Web to be the first to define a new vulnerability, type of malware or attack