11 tips for prioritizing security spending

You know all the security advice. You need to have a solid firewall. But it’s not enough to defend the perimeter anymore, so you need total visibility into your internal network as well. And don’t forget about antivirus. Better make Continue reading 11 tips for prioritizing security spending

Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise’s new Wi-Fi products are ‘Stellar’

Historically, Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise’s Wi-Fi strategy has been to be an Aruba OEM. Given Aruba’s high market share and strong technology, this makes sense because it gives Alcatel-Lucent a credible set of products to build a business around. However, as is Continue reading Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise’s new Wi-Fi products are ‘Stellar’

AMD lands Dell as its latest Epyc server processor customer

AMD scored a significant win in its efforts to retake ground in the data center with Dell announcing three new PowerEdge servers aimed at the usual high-performance workloads, like virtualized storage-area networks (VSAN), hybrid-cloud applications, dense virtualization, and big data Continue reading AMD lands Dell as its latest Epyc server processor customer

Multicloud mania: what to know

When enterprises started moving workloads and applications to the public cloud, it made sense to adapt existing networking technologies to the new domain. But while compute and storage have successfully become ‘cloud-like,’ networking hasn’t. Cloud networking solutions being offered by Continue reading Multicloud mania: what to know

Only 2 months left to register for 4-day Security Onion Training in San Antonio, TX!

Security Onion is a Linux distro for intrusion detection, network security monitoring, and log management. It’s based on Ubuntu and contains Snort, Suricata, Bro, OSSEC, Sguil, Squert, ELSA, CyberChef, NetworkMiner, and many other security tools. The easy-to-use Setup wizard allows Continue reading Only 2 months left to register for 4-day Security Onion Training in San Antonio, TX!

Only 2 months left to register for 4-day Security Onion Training in San Antonio, TX!

Security Onion is a Linux distro for intrusion detection, network security monitoring, and log management. It’s based on Ubuntu and contains Snort, Suricata, Bro, OSSEC, Sguil, Squert, ELSA, Xplico, NetworkMiner, and many other security tools. The easy-to-use Setup wizard allows Continue reading Only 2 months left to register for 4-day Security Onion Training in San Antonio, TX!

The Qubes high-security operating system gains traction in the enterprise

When nation-state adversaries frolic and gambol across your corporate network, playing hide-and-go-seek, sysadmins become central points of compromise. Savvy attackers know that if they can own sysadmins, they can own the network. “I hunt sysadmins,” an NSA operator brags in Continue reading The Qubes high-security operating system gains traction in the enterprise

The Young Person’s Guide To A Career In Networking

Jeffrey writes… I just finished listening to the Datanauts podcast 118. I really like the content you guys produce even when I feel like the guests are telling me that my skills are/should be obsolete. (I really think his [Peyton’s] Continue reading The Young Person’s Guide To A Career In Networking

Cisco Container Platform simplifies Kubernetes for multicloud adoption

Add to favorites Optimised with Google, the platform aims to simplify the deployment of Kubernetes and containers. Cisco believes it is making containers enterprise-ready with the launch of its own container platform. Called the Cisco Container Platform, the benefit is Continue reading Cisco Container Platform simplifies Kubernetes for multicloud adoption