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Monitoring&Analysis, Security

AI, ML – is it all just BS?

November 16, 2017

Via: CSO

Read a security related press release or been to an event recently? You’ve no doubt been wondering how you managed to do your job all this time without Artificial Intelligence (AI) or Machine Learning (ML). Do these technologies really live […]


Software

Software-Defined Networking is Probably Already in Your Business

November 16, 2017

Via: Aberdeen Essentials

When it comes to new technologies, some are deployed quickly and very visibly (for example: most mobile initiatives). But for many others, they go through a kind of stealth deployment, where organizations may not be actively adopting the technology — […]


Monitoring&Analysis, Security

Container security tips for the C-level, from a CISO

November 15, 2017

Via: CSO

Container security has been gaining steam over the last few years. Many enterprises are experimenting with containers, and a recent 451 report showed that 25 percent of companies have already implemented the technology. While IT teams and software developers are […]


Monitoring&Analysis, Security

It’s all just fun and games…until it’s not

November 15, 2017

Via: CSO

Ever wonder what industry faces the highest number of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks? Logic would dictate it’s finance, because of all that money; or healthcare, with all of the confidential patient information. Wrong! It’s online gaming. Online gaming […]


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 […]


Software

The best enterprise anti-virus protection may not be enough

November 14, 2017

Via: CSO

Traditional signature-based anti-virus is notoriously bad at stopping newer threats such as zero-day malware and ransomware, but it still has a place in the enterprise, experts say, as part of a multi-layer endpoint security protection strategy. According to a survey […]


Wireless

From trash bins to surgeries: moving towards 5G

November 14, 2017

Via: RCR Wireless News

The internet is a defining element of the twenty-first century as it forever changed the way we live, communicate, and get information. This is particularly true for wireless technology. Today, more than 99 percent of Americans have access to an LTE network, […]


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 […]


Wireless

5G is Bigfoot: ‘What is it? Where is it?’

November 13, 2017

Via: RCR Wireless News

DENVER–The 3GPP is tracking to complete the non-standalone variant of the 5G specification with the 5G New Radio specification tracking for completion in mid-2018. Pointing this out during the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, Keith Hayes of Broadband Advisors Group said, “Today […]