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Cyberoam Basic Network Configuration

In this article we will configure Cyberoam firewall interface for LAN and WAN.

i am working on Cyberoam 35iNG to show you the configurations.

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Firewalls and the difficulty of teaching Information Technology

The hardest thing about teaching IT (and Cyber Security) is keeping up with the speed at which technology changes. When long-held beliefs are only held for 5 to 10 years (or less), it’s hard to determine what should be taught. 452 more words

The Latest Developments In Firewalls And Next Generation Threat Protection

Firewalls protect the gateway to your network and to your data and applications, and maintaining threat protection is essential.

The problem is that firewalls are pretty stupid – they are like a security guard on the door of a club, allowing in only those guests who are on the list and rejecting anyone who Is not. 485 more words


Hacking is the New Normal

By Jared Keller

Pacific Standard

The United States government is a hacker’s paradise.

The Obama administration announced last week that hackers had stolen the personal information of more than four million past and present federal employees from the Office of Personnel Management. 249 more words


Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Network Firewalls

The enterprise network firewall market represented by this Magic Quadrant is composed primarily of purpose-built appliances for securing enterprise corporate networks. Products must be able to support single-enterprise firewall deployments and large and/or complex deployments, including branch offices, multitiered demilitarized zones (DMZs) and, increasingly, the option to include virtual versions, often within the data center. 326 more words


Security Solutions

Different products are available on the market today which organisations can use to increase their security and protect their information. Some of these products are: … 106 more words

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Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Network Firewalls

“Next-generation” capability has been achieved by the leading products in the network firewall market, and competitors are working to keep the gap from widening. Buyers must consider their operational realities, the burden of switching, and the trade-offs between “best-of-breed” function and costs. 382 more words