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November 19, 2015
The DNSSEC protocol is a flawed solution to certificate authorities, but experts said any controversy surrounding the potential spying is more misunderstanding than fact.
October 13, 2015
Ixia is extending its threat intelligence platform with a new appliance that blocks IP addresses.
September 25, 2015
Alcatel-Lucent has added a midsize IP edge router to its 7750 SR line for service providers and large enterprises.
August 19, 2015
Wireless connection problems can crop up when joining a wireless client to an office network. These step-by-step debugging tips can help.
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Centrally managing system logs is an important practice for enterprise security. Expert Dejan Lukan explains how to set up cloud servers, such as ELK stack, for this purpose. Continue Reading
Application program interfaces, or APIs, are nothing new in the IT world, but over the past ten years, public-facing APIs have risen from a handful to over 10,000. The function of APIs is to add capabilitiies to Web applications and mobile apps, allowing the automation of common processes that interact with services on other machines. APIs, in other words, let programs and websites "talk" to each other, which means APIs allow those programs and websites to provide even greater value to the end users.
Like almost all good things in the world of IT, this raises security questions. When developers create an API, they can also inadvertently open a window to hackers. So this three-part guide looks carefully at both the nature of the security risk and also outlines best practices for managing your organization's use of outside APIs in a secure fashion, as well as making sure that any API's you make publicly available are not opening you up to attack. Continue Reading
Walk through how to use tools like Ansible, Jinja2 and YAML to orchestrate real-time video and voice QoS across traditional network devices without full SDN. Continue Reading
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Before you install vRealize, make sure that you have met all of the requirements to avoid possible headaches down the road. Continue Reading
Exploit kits and malware attacks have adopted a technique called domain shadowing to stay ahead of the game. Learn what domain shadowing is and how to defend against attacks using it. Continue Reading
Hosting apps in the cloud does not necessarily create a cloud malware risk. By focusing on new interfaces a cloud migration creates, you can make the cloud as secure as your data center. Continue Reading