Tag: networking

Monitoring&Analysis, Security

Common pitfalls in attributing cyberattacks

October 16, 2020

Via: CSO

Attributing cyberattacks to a particular threat actor is challenging, particularly an intricate attack that stems from a nation-state actor, because attackers are good at hiding or erasing their tracks or deflecting the blame to others. The best method for arriving […]

Monitoring&Analysis, Security

Is Windows the greatest cyberthreat to the 2020 US election?

October 15, 2020

Via: ITWorld Networking

If there’s going to be a successful cyberattack on the 2020 U.S election, you can be sure Windows will be involved. It’s the world’s biggest exposed attack vector and the weapon of choice of cybercriminals and intelligence agencies the world […]


Open RAN Forum: Policy, collaboration and driving competition in an Open RAN ecosystem

October 14, 2020

Via: RCR Wireless News

There’s a lot of explaining to do around Open RAN, both in terms of what it is and what it is not, even as U.S. policymakers show keen interest in helping to drive Open RAN development. Diane Rinaldo, executive director […]

Hardware, Wireless

Resiliency and the Path to Automation 

October 8, 2020

Via: Cisco Blog

Look anywhere and you’ll find conversations about autonomous operations. Everyone is weighing in on how to balance the benefits from these new technologies with the perceived impact on society and our collective future, particularly in our Covid reality. What I can tell you […]

Monitoring&Analysis, Security, Software

Juniper upgrades security software with threat intelligence, VPN package

October 7, 2020

Via: Networkworld Security

Juniper Networks has added new components to its security portfolio to help customers get a better handle on potential threats as well as improve risk detection and response. The new products are aimed at figuring out who and what devices […]

Monitoring&Analysis, Security

Is cybersecurity the right field for you?

October 6, 2020

Via: Cisco Blog

If you are looking for a career with almost unlimited growth potential, cybersecurity might well be the ideal path for you. The ideal candidate will have a good blend of both tech and soft skills. Technical skills can be broken […]

Hardware, Wireless

Announcing Cisco Embedded Wireless … Anywhere

September 30, 2020

Via: Cisco Blog

For today’s everyday activities and work, wireless connectivity has shifted from a luxury to a necessity. More and more industries and public spaces require reliable, secure, and fast Wi-Fi for a growing list of use cases. The world’s needs have […]


Pros and Cons: Choosing the Right Type of VPN Protocol for Your Business

September 30, 2020

Via: Natalie Dunn

The advent of the work-from-home era, the rise of new cybersecurity threats, and recent advancements in cloud technologies have combined to increase the need for VPN networks with high-security standards for organizations all over the world. When it comes to […]

Monitoring&Analysis, Security

5 top vulnerability management tools and how they help prioritize threats

September 29, 2020

Via: CSO

The science and technology behind vulnerability management has changed a lot in a short time. When originally deployed, vulnerability management companies acted almost like antivirus vendors in that they tried to get their scanners to uncover as many potential threats […]


At this point, 5G is a bad joke

September 17, 2020

Via: Computerworld Networking

Who doesn’t want more bandwidth? I sure do, and I currently have 300Mbps to my home office via Spectrum cable. What I really want is a Gigabit via fiber optic to my doorstep. Maybe I’ll get it someday. But, what […]