Posts about IPSec

Maybe you dodged the most recent massive data breach but have no doubt: malicious electronic attacks are escalating in sophistication, frequency and scale. Criminals are partnering with cyber experts in a kind of crime-as-a-service twist, and organizations with a political, social or moral ax to grind are hacking to influence and embarrass. Together these malicious groups are expertly combining old and new attack strategies while taking advantage of today’s highly dynamic network environments to steal our money, our secrets and our peace of mind ...
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Data security has become the key concern of businesses everywhere. Following last year’s high-profile breaches and the damage to reputation and revenue caused by the fallout, enterprises across the world are waking up to the fact that their networks are fundamentally insecure. For IT operators in all major organizations, protecting the integrity of their network is now the most significant challenge. They know that attacks can come from any direction, including from cyber criminals and secret service organizations who may be hacking into portals to steal data or simply eavesdropping on data sent over WANs to collect information such as unencrypted passwords. The other growing trend is to finally focus on protecting data as it moves outside the walls of organizations and data centers ...
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When I was in middle school, if you or a group of your friends forgot to study for an important test (or just more time was needed), you pulled the fire alarm just before the class, thus delaying the inevitable for one more day, in the hopes that one day would actually make a difference (which it usually did not). When I was in High School, the preferred method of reprieve was to claim to spot a funnel cloud. (My hometown and most schools were destroyed by a tornado a few years earlier) ...
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Let’s face some hard truths about NFV licensing: Hard Truth #1: Service providers expect that virtualization software will be inexpensive or free. While they won’t achieve that goal in many cases, they will require that the software solutions cost less...
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The fierce growth in cybercrime and the increased proliferation of network-hacking has left networks at greater risk than ever before. Cybercriminals are demonstrating a higher degree of collaboration and technical competency than ever before, resulting in increased plans for protection and regulation around the collection, storage and use of information along with severe penalties ...
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