The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was enacted in 1996 to keep sensitive patient data safe. It’s security rules have been published since 2003, and yet, nearly 35% of the record-setting number of reported data breaches in 2016 happened in the healthcare industry.
In our 101 network TAP series, we have explained the functionality of the various network TAPs that are available to gain access to the traffic that is typically found in a network. We have reviewed passive fiber TAPs, copper network TAPs, aggregation TAPs, SPAN/regeneration TAPs and the bypass TAP.
Now we have a new 1U or 2U Chassis System that supports our filtering TAPs – which for you, means an affordable 1G Packet Broker System that can do it all in one box.
Read on to see what filtering can do for your network…
What do you do when you have low utilization and are not ready to invest in a 10G NextGen Firewall?
The key to adapting to a 10G shift on a limited budget is to make the most of your current appliances by implementing advanced load balancing.
Learn how to save budget while meeting bandwidth demands in this short 5 minute video.
Every security architect is facing the same problem today—pack more in-line security appliances into the stack on a limited budget.
However, the challenge goes deeper than simply adding DDoS protection to your existing intrusion prevention system (IPS).
The days when firewalls alone could defend corporate networks are long gone.
Today, security architects are realizing that the most productive way to protect enterprise networks is to deploy active, in-line security appliances at the edge of the network for active blocking.
Back in the early days of the 90's, before cybercrime really took off, no one really anticipated a need for a network to run more than two security appliances at the same time. That was then.
Here and now, cyber-threats are extremely serious business, and networks are larger than ever.
Meet the solution of today: Chaining.