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Analysis, Monitoring&Analysis

How to engage with the C-Suite on cyber risk management

November 15, 2017

Via: CSO

Enron changed the world of finance and the energy industry forever, and the early days of the Equifax hack look as though this breach could change the face of the credit industry and cybersecurity forever. That a single company could […]


Analysis, Monitoring&Analysis

Cultural Challenges of Network Automation

November 14, 2017

Via: Network Computing

Automating network configuration and management has many clear benefits, from simplifying and scaling repetitive, error-prone tasks to increasing the stability of networks through consistency and automatic testing. However, there can still be organizational, political, and cultural challenges to overcome. There […]


Analysis, Monitoring&Analysis

PowerShell Tools Have Become an Attackers Weapons

November 14, 2017

Via: Toms IT Pro

PowerShell is rapidly becoming a weapon of choice for post-breach (infiltration) steps, used in many recent high profile breaches. PowerShell, according to Dave Kennedy, is “BASH for Windows” – it’s a scripting language and framework that in Windows is used […]


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What is the biggest threat from the Equifax breach? Account takeovers

November 6, 2017

Via: CSO

Yes, there will be some tax and banking fraud as a result of the gargantuan data breach at Equifax. The biggest impact, however, will be felt by enterprises that rely on credit reporting bureaus to verify the identity of people […]


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Edge computing is essential for real-time and 5G

September 21, 2017

Via: RCR Wireless News

Ericsson–and every other telecom infrastructure vendor–are pushing hard to develop the underlying 5G technologies that will support a broad range of applications that leverage the promised ultra high capacity and very low latency promised by the emerging 5G New Radio […]


Analysis, Monitoring&Analysis

How to Automate Your Network and More

September 8, 2017

Via: Cisco Blog

A network powered by intent. Informed by context. Growing more intuitive every day. The Network. Intuitive. This is Cisco’s vision, built on intent-based networking technologies that can turn days of work into hours, and hours into seconds. Read More on […]


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RFFE system design is key for network efficiency and better user experience

September 8, 2017

Via: RCR Wireless News

The network evolution to LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) and LTE-Advanced Pro (LTE-A Pro) are essential enhancements for extending the lifespan of LTE, and critical steps for ensuring a smooth transition to 5G. Not only will these technologies enable operators to launch new […]


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Verizon project in Palo Alto highlights challenges in scaling small cells

September 1, 2017

Via: RCR Wireless News

Actual deployments of small cells has lagged behind perhaps ambitious projections for years. The problem is that, given the unique nature of each site and the regulatory process that governs a particular location, it’s difficult to establish a scalable, predictable […]


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The Networking Skills You Need for the Future

August 31, 2017

Via: NetCraftsmen

Recently, I’ve come across a number of blogs about networking skills. I have some thoughts on the subject, which may be a good bit different than what you’ve been reading. I’m curious whether people agree with me or I’m just […]


Analysis, Monitoring&Analysis

New Frontiers: Anti-Aging Treatment for your Network

August 30, 2017

Via: Cisco Blog

”Dog years”, the term is usually used to describe the age of a dog.  In the rough formula 1 human year = ~7 “dog years”.  I often feel that technology runs in its own form of dog years.  Every human […]