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Top 10 Security Challenges of 2019

on 12/5/19 8:00 AM By | Chris Bihary | 0 Comments | Network Security Network Visibility/Monitoring
In 2019 our team was at dozens of trade shows and conferences around the world. While we were out in the field, we surveyed thousands of people at events like CiscoLive, InfoSec, RSA, Cyber Security Summits, and FutureCons, asking them, what is the biggest security challenge facing your organization this year? We spoke with consultants, technology partners, resellers, integrators, and end users across all industries, with organizations of different shapes and sizes, and while the responses were extremely varied, these 10 topics kept coming up in responses.
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How can your company become a leader in cloud security?

on 11/21/19 8:00 AM By | John Rampart | 0 Comments | Network Management Network Security Cloud Solutions
As companies continue to migrate workloads to the cloud, it’s quickly becoming clear that security strategies need to be re-evaluated and redesigned with these new tools and resources at the forefront. When you’re in planning mode to launch a new Google Cloud, AWS, or Microsoft Azure cloud environment, there are some points to consider to ensure that your organization has a security-first mindset. As the next couple of years progress, we’ll start to identify which companies redesigned their security initiatives to include cloud, as they become the models later organizations try to copy. Here are five steps to take to make sure that your organization stays at the forefront of cloud security.
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Failsafe Deployment of 100G Inline Security Tools with EdgeSafe Bypass TAPs

on 11/12/19 8:00 AM By | Jerry Dillard | 0 Comments | Network TAPs Network Security Inline Security Appliances
Today’s networks have become sophisticated defense mechanisms, architected with numerous inline security tools such as firewalls, intrusion prevention systems, web application firewalls, data loss prevention, SSL decryption and more. While the benefits of these active tools as part of your security strategy to protect your network are inherent, the simple fact that they are inline creates some problems if not addressed properly, as they are potential single points of failure (SPOF) in the network. The use of bypass TAPs, deployed with inline appliances provides failsafe and heartbeat technology to monitor the appliance’s health, eliminating the single point of failure, while providing complete network visibility. 
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­­­MSSPs: The Pros and Cons of Outsourcing Network Security

on 11/7/19 8:00 AM By | Chris Bihary | 0 Comments | Network Security Inline Security Appliances
 When firewalls emerged to protect networks in the early 1990s, outsourcing cyber security to a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) wasn’t even a consideration. However, defending your network from sophisticated cyber attackers today requires a laundry list of appliances and applications, including DDoS protection, intrusion prevention systems (IPS), web application firewalls, data loss prevention, security information and management, deep packet inspection, Wireshark, network analyzers, and more.  With so many requirements just from an appliance perspective, it’s easy for companies to become overwhelmed by their growing cyber security budget. Like many other aspects of your business, outsourcing security might make sense now—but do your research before deciding. Before diving into the world of MSSPs, check out these pros and cons to see if outsourcing security is right for you.
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Cybersecurity Threat Breakdown [Spooky Edition]

on 10/31/19 8:00 AM By | Erica Tank | 0 Comments | Network Security Hacks and Data Breaches
There’s nothing spookier than an unknown hacker accessing your data. Here’s your monthly roundup of the latest hacks and data breaches around the world. In this series, I’ll share information and updates on the most recent hacks that I saw in the news, including causes, resolutions, and what you can do to protect your data. Over the last several weeks, there was some scary stuff happening in the cyber security world. Major data breaches happened in the retail, healthcare and school systems.
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Why is the cost of network downtime so high in the banking industry?

on 10/29/19 8:00 AM By | Steve Harris | 0 Comments | Network Security Finance
The banking industry has changed. Today’s retail banks are actually in the customer service industry. This is due to the fact that there is very little differentiation in product offerings from one bank to another. A checking account, CD, and other account offerings are very similar from one retail bank to another. Banks instead strive to deliver the best experience possible for their customers to set themselves apart from the competition. As a result of digital transformation, banks must ‘always be on,’ so customers can access their money anytime, anywhere. Any unexpected network downtime can be extremely costly not just for the branch location, but creating lasting implications for the organization as a whole. 
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