The traditional information network is undergoing radical change, and so is the approach to network security. Jesse Rothstein of ExtraHop discusses the present and future of enterprise network security.
Organizations face a variety of security challenges as they attempt to secure their environments from the ever-changing threat landscape. As organizations look to gain more insight from their security devices, while gaining improved speed to detect and respond, Managed Detection and Response (MDR) continues to evolve...
The evolution of the threat landscape has dramatically increased the size of the security team's technology stack. However, a large and complex security stack with low integration and too many point products will decrease system performance and create headaches for your understaffed security team.
OT, IoT and systems targeted by cryptominers - those are among the main network security concerns of Greg Young, VP of cybersecurity at Trend Micro. Which technology trends should security leaders follow to improve network security? Young shares his insight.
The internet is composed of a series of networks built on trust. But they can be abused due to weaknesses in older protocols, such as Border Gateway Protocol and the Domain Name System, which were not designed to be secure and are now being abused for online crime and espionage.
Today's economy is one of constant change. New opportunities, competitors and
risks emerge regularly. To stay competitive and capitalize on new opportunities in the digital economy, every
organization needs to shift to an agile and innovative mindset. That means rethinking
how companies operate, changing processes...
The good news for security leaders: Because of SSL/TLS, nearly every bit of web data in transit is now encrypted. The bad news: Threat actors are now masking their attacks inside of encrypted traffic. Kevin Stewart of F5 Networks explains why network visibility is not enough to detect these attacks.
Logging and monitoring all relevant events from across the IT environment has ups and downs - some
common log sources are fairly easily ingested and parsed, while others are difficult to manage at scale,
creating visibility challenges.
To maximize benefits of logging efforts, enterprise organizations must evaluate...
How do you protect your crown jewels when the castle has no walls? The answer is at the edge.
When you deploy security at the edge, you are protecting your changing assets closer to the attack itself and moving digital experiences closer to users. In essence, you're deploying a single plane of glass, an extension...
No longer can you secure the perimeter and trust that nothing will get in or out. What you need to deploy and manage is being redefined right before your eyes, with or without you. You need to take security to the edge.
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Why the edge...
Implementation of software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) solutions can be a complex process, with multiple factors affecting the overall performance of the device.
NSS research indicates that SD-WANs are typically deployed with the vendor's pre-defined or recommended (i.e., "out-of-the-box") settings. The tested...
If you're dealing with the high cost and complexities of delivering reliable wide area connectivity over traditional carrier-based networks, you're probably considering some form of software-defined wide area networking
With the variety of constraints that Network Security teams are faced with, selecting...
Most organizations are undergoing some form of digital transformation (DX). But DX initiatives bring complexity for network operations teams. With business-critical services distributed across multiple clouds, this leads to potential performance issues.
Given these realities, it is no wonder that SD-WAN technology is...
Banks in West Africa have been targeted by at least four hacking campaigns since mid-2017, with online attackers wielding commoditized attack tools and "living off the land" tactics to disguise their efforts, Symantec warns.