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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

Internet Security

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

White Paper

Digital Security Techniques

Anti-virus

Sadly the viruses are out there. Lots of them. It’s just a matter of time before you become a target for one (or hundreds) no matter what Operating System you are using. 996 more words

Comptia A+ Notes

How Confident Are YOU In Your Network’s Security?

IT decision-makers lack faith in their organization’s security, according to research from Gemalto.

According to an article from CBR online, the number of global data breaches is on the increase, as reported in Gemalto’s Breach Level Index. 479 more words

Data Security

Transparent Firewalls

Transparent Firewalls
Traditionally, a firewall is a routed hop and acts as a default gateway for hosts that connect to one of its screened subnets. A transparent firewall, on the other hand, is a Layer 2 firewall that acts like a “bump in the…
http://www.ebrahma.com/2015/04/transparent-firewalls/

State of the Firewall: Important Facts and Findings

The State of the Firewall 2014 Report, from FireMon (based in Overland Park, KS) a recent survey which surveyed over 700 IT security practitioners representing a wide range of professional roles, organization sizes and vertical industries, shares an in depth look at the importance of firewall industry. 773 more words

Data Loss Prevention

Back to Basics: CloudStack Basic Networking

The first choice to make when creating a zone in Apache CloudStack is the network type: basic or advanced. The blurb for “Advanced” promises “sophisticated network topologies”, while Basic promises “AWS-style networking”. 787 more words

IAAS