Security

What enterprises need do to keep edge networks safe

October 11, 2019

Network security is not only a top boardroom priority, but ensuring the protection of corporate data moving from the edge network out to the cloud and back, given today’s complex hybrid-cloud architectures, is not an easy task. Network security matters more than ever. With enterprises investing heavily to transform themselves digitally, the threat has in […]

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Cyber Criminal Activity Evolve into a Stunningly Efficient Machine

October 10, 2019

Smart phones, smart homes, and even Apple software are prime targets as botmasters discover and quickly exploit new vulnerabilities, says the latest NETSCOUT Threat Report IoT devices behind firewalls aren’t as safe as you think given that we’ve reported on proof-of-concept malware built to target those devices. It can take as little as five days […]

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Latest Threat Report Uncovers Targets for Cyber Criminals

October 10, 2019

NETSCOUT Systems, a provider of service assurance and security, today announced the findings of its Threat Intelligence Report for the first half of 2019. The report underscores how dramatically the cybercriminal business model has matured into an efficient, global operation and the increasing geographical diversity and proliferation of nation- state APT groups. It reinforces the […]

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India’s Telecom Regulator Taps Blockchain

June 3, 2018
India’s Telecom Regulator Taps Blockchain

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) is planning to use blockchain to prevent unsolicited telemarketing communications. A draft Telecom Commercial Communication Customer Preference Regulation 2018 was proposed by the TRAI earlier this week to curb telemarketing spam via phone calls and SMS messages with the help of blockchain technology. According to the draft report […]

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Ziften Ascends in Cybersecurity Market

June 3, 2018
Ziften Ascends in Cybersecurity Market

Enterprise organizations need to more effectively manage security risk exposures in an era of multifaceted attacks. Stovepipe cyber security tools and limited endpoint management have not worked. They only provide partial, point-in-time data that leaves gaps for security and IT teams to piece together manually. Ziften, a provider of all-the-time visibility and control for client […]

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JASK Expands Platform Beyond SIEM

June 3, 2018
JASK Expands Platform Beyond SIEM

JASK, the provider of the industry’s first Autonomous Security Operations Center (ASOC) platform, is capturing industry demand with new features centered around enterprise-wide alert linkages and analyst workflow efficiency. Major enhancements include the JASK Navigator, a visually-driven, contextually-rich investigation console that provides SOC analysts a one-click path to situational attack awareness, multi-asset data ingestion; query […]

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The Insidious Danger of Botnets: They Are Everywhere. They Are Multiplying

June 1, 2018
The Insidious Danger of Botnets: They Are Everywhere. They Are Multiplying

By Mike Spanbauer, Vice President of Research and Strategy, NSS Labs Mike Spanbauer said botnets drive attacks from DDOS to crypto-mining and crypto-jacking for coin mining. Attack targets are anything with a CPU. As for the impact of botnets: direct costs are high but the indirect effects are 10 times bigger. The issue is that […]

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Can AI Solve The Internet Cybersecurity Epidemic?

June 1, 2018
Can AI Solve The Internet Cybersecurity Epidemic?

Robert Kierstead, Special Agent In Charge, Seattle Field District, US Secret Service discussed about the Secret Service’s mission – who it protects, and today’s focus on cybersecurity. This helped find credit card hacker Roman Seleznev, who was responsible for $170m worth of losses. He was caught in the Maldives even though there wasn’t an extradition […]

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NETSCOUT Announces New Performance Features in AirCheck G2

October 4, 2017
NETSCOUT Announces New Performance Features in AirCheck G2

NETSCOUT SYSTEMS, a leading provider of business assurance, a powerful combination of service assurance, cybersecurity, and business intelligence solutions, announced new features in the AirCheck G2, which allow Wi-Fi professionals to better address performance problems on wireless networks. Wi-Fi access is essential for a high-quality experience with today’s mission-critical services. Whether critical business applications, hotspot […]

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