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March 19, 2013 04:40 PMWant to hire the best security team for your company? Understand your security needs, focus on specific skills (including people skills), and don’t worry too much about certifications, advises security expert Michael Davis.
January 30, 2013 11:35 AMNews roundup: F5 launches firewall software for its Big-IP platform; Spirent and Fluke release new appliances for testing and management; Extreme adds AVB support to Summit switches; Meetrix and Polycom team up to support IBM Sametime in the cloud.
November 05, 2012 07:59 PMBrocade is buying Vyatta, which makes a software router. The move puts Brocade squarely into the virtual networking space, with implications for its SDN strategy, security and more.
May 02, 2012 09:56 AMIf you've already set up a load balancer, do you really need a firewall, too? Our blogger says no.
April 25, 2012 10:00 AMSonicWall's TZ-215W offers comprehensive protection from a multitude of threats in a single unified appliance. Learn why our reviewer thinks the device is a compelling choice for SMBs and branch offices.
March 21, 2012 10:45 AMI've been considering how to build a network security plan for a small data center with an online presence. To put the proposal together I needed to develop some sort of structure in the security space so that I could research products and vendors. What I found is that implementing firewalls and IDSes is simple. Finding competent security professionals is not.
March 14, 2012 10:16 AMDell's Sonicwall acquisition makes sense. Dell's strategy is to sell low-cost desktops, laptops, and servers that are cheap and easy to use to everyone from small companies up to mid-size enterprises with the occasional large enterprise in the mix. Dell is going to do with security what they did with storage and are doing with networking. Remove complexity, bring important features to the surface, and make the resulting products available to the largely under served SMB/SME market.
March 13, 2012 02:32 PMDell on Tuesday said it reached a deal to acquire SonicWall with an eye to expanding its presence in the market for systems that help businesses fend off a wide range of cyber-attacks. Privately-held SonicWall specializes in so-called Unified Threat Management platforms, which combine multiple security systems into a single appliance.
March 06, 2012 09:00 AMCompanies selling network security technology typically boast about how well designed and effective their solutions are, whether it’s malware protection, intrusion detection or the latest-generation firewall. But John Vigouroux has been telling the security industry the rhetorical equivalent of "we’re doomed." He’s sharing a startling statistic from an FBI cyber-crime statistics report from 2011 (along with industry analysis) showing that while the amount of money spent globally on network security and the amount earned by cyber criminals were about even in 2007--between $21 billion and $22 billion each--by 2011 it wasn’t even close. Things will only get worse by 2013.
October 05, 2010 12:00 PMCisco Systems has announced its newest high-end ASA security appliance, stressing high-connection and concurrency rates as well as throughput to support high-performance, low-latency application environments. It has also announced enhancements to its Anyconnect remote VPN client. Cisco has a comprehensive vision of a borderless network, and today's announcements are driving it forward. That's good news if you're a Cisco shop, but the company still has more to do.
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