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  • Arista has a controller now too

    <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/article/2857702/ethernet-switch/cisco-lawsuits-aside-arista-forges-ahead-with-eos.html">Arista Networks</a> this week unveiled what essentially is a centralized controller for its data center and cloud switches.

    Written by Jim Duffy24 June 15 00:24
  • LightCyber upgrades to speed the shutdown of malicious activity

    LightCyber is upgrading its endpoint detection and remediation platform so when it discovers bad behavior on the network it can also identify the machine and exact process that's causing it, then shut the malware down.

    Written by Tim Greene08 May 15 03:50
  • Palo Alto CEO: Beware the Internet of Things – and watch your car

    Corporate IT security pros need to consider the Internet of Things as a new and dangerous attack vector oh, and we all should be particularly worried about the safety of our cars, says the top executive at Palo Alto Networks.

    Written by Tim Greene05 May 15 01:10
  • RedSeal gets new funding, executives

    Network visualization and risk assessment vendor RedSeal is re-launching with new capabilities, executives and funding that will be used to hire more engineers and boost its channel partners.

    Written by Tim Greene08 April 15 01:14
  • Palo Alto service to flag particularly evil security attacks

    Palo Alto Networks is introducing a service that tips customers off when it discovers unique or particularly dangerous attacks against their networks, giving them a heads up that perhaps they are the targets of particularly resourceful, dedicated adversaries.

    Written by Tim Greene02 April 15 02:51
  • Android flaw puts personal data at risk for millions

    Nearly half of Android devices are vulnerable to an attack that could replace a legitimate app with malicious software that can collect sensitive data from a phone.

    Written by Jeremy Kirk25 March 15 11:04
  • Chinese Android phone maker hides secret backdoor on its devices

    Chinese smartphone maker Coolpad has built an extensive "backdoor" into its Android devices that can track users, serve them unwanted advertisements and install unauthorized apps, a U.S. security firm alleged today.

    Written by Gregg Keizer18 Dec. 14 06:36
  • Box unveils a new partner program to boost customer trust

    A lot of businesses trust cloud sync-and-store provider Box, but they trust a lot of other solutions, too, for things like identity, data loss protection and digital rights management.

    Written by Matt Weinberger10 Dec. 14 01:36
  • Startup backs services with elasticity of AWS, Azure clouds to outlast DDoS attacks

    Security services startup Sentrix mirrors customer Web sites in Amazon Web Services and Azure clouds in order to dynamically expand site resources during distributed denial of service attacks and keep the sites running until attackers exhaust their resources, give up or move on to easier targets.

    Written by Tim Greene18 Sept. 14 04:52
  • Are you protected against cyber attacks?

    Three security specialists discuss the best ways to secure corporate networks and educate users about the risks of cyber attacks.

    Written by Byron Connolly10 June 14 15:11
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