Quantea and Attivo Networks launch joint network security solution

CTOvision

Quantea and Attivo Networks have launched a joint cybersecurity solution designed for the age of the internet of things (IoT) and COVID-19. It is designed to reduce network breach and […]. News Attivo Networks Attivo Networks Inc

Palo Alto Networks opens Australia cloud location

CTOvision

Read Aaron Tan report on Palo Alto Networks’ new Australian cloud server on Computer Weekly: Palo Alto Networks has expanded its footprint in Australia with a new cloud location that […]. News Palo Alto Networks Palo Alto Networks Inc

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Attivo Networks & SentinelOne combine endpoint security offerings

CTOvision

Attivo Networks and SentinelOne have teamed up to combine cybersecurity defences and stop attackers in their tracks. News Attivo Networks Attivo Networks Inc The two companies will combine their solutions, bringing endpoint protection and attack disruption together […].

Aruba Aims to Centralize Network Management

DevOps.com

Aruba, a unit of Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE), unveiled orchestration software that makes it possible to centralize the management of network switches in the data center, across an extended campus and at the network edge.

Upgrading Data Security in a Crisis

Speaker: M.K. Palmore, VP Field CSO (Americas), Palo Alto Networks

In most cases, the COVID-19 crisis has sped up the desire to engage in digital transformation for medium-to-large scale enterprises. Roadmaps are rarely implemented without challenges. During this session, MK Palmore, the Field CSO (Americas) for Palo Alto Networks and a former public-sector executive, will walk through the difficulties of crisis planning execution in the midst of an organization's digital changes. He will use a combination of industry insights through statistical observations and direct customer feedback to emphasize the importance of adopting new technologies to battle an ever changing threat landscape.

OpsRamp Extends AIOps Reach to the Network

DevOps.com

OpsRamp today announced its AI-enabled IT operations management (AIOps) platform now has the ability to analyze network flows and communications traffic. The post OpsRamp Extends AIOps Reach to the Network appeared first on DevOps.com.

Cisco Revamps Portfolio at the Network Edge

DevOps.com

Cisco today announced a series of Catalyst offerings that combine the functionality of a secure software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) and a router in a single platform. The post Cisco Revamps Portfolio at the Network Edge appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Palo Alto Networks revenue rises but loss widens

CTOvision

Palo Alto Networks Inc. News Palo Alto Networks Palo Alto Networks Inc said its revenue grew for the recent quarter as billings rose, though its loss widened as operating expenses increased. The cybersecurity company on Monday posted a loss […].

SolarWinds Should Have Been More ‘Vigilant’: Palo Alto Networks CEO

CTOvision

SolarWinds, whose Orion network monitoring software was used by Russian hackers in a widespread breach of the US government, should have been more “vigilant” in securing its software from cyber-terrorists, […]. News Palo Alto Networks Palo Alto Networks Inc.

Network Security: Predictions for 2021

Palo Alto Networks

In light of that, here a few network security predictions for the coming year. Network Security Predictions: Planning for Unpredictability. SASE: Driving Cloud-delivered Networking and Security Transformation.

VMware Extends Network Virtualization Reach

DevOps.com

VMware today announced the general availability of an update to its NSX-T network virtualization software that adds support for NSX Federation, which enables IT teams to apply global policies and isolate domains to contain problems to a single zone. include support for Level 3 Ethernet virtual private networks […]. The post VMware Extends Network Virtualization Reach appeared first on DevOps.com.

Network Capacity Management Using Proactive Network Maintenance

CableLabs

You probably know that Proactive Network Maintenance (PNM) is about finding and fixing problems before they impact the customer. But the other side of PNM is about managing the capacity or bandwidth available in the network. As the world adjusts to life under the COVID-19 pandemic, access network capacity is becoming even more critical. Network condition impacts network capacity. So, we see that reliability and network capacity are closely coupled.

Bridging the Network Automation Skills Gap

DevOps.com

With the introduction of network programmability and APIs for everything from management systems to devices themselves, the modern network landscape has evolved to being managed like software. This shift from hardware-focused networks to software-centric functions has had a profound effect on network management techniques and skillsets required to keep pace with the changing ecosystem. The post Bridging the Network Automation Skills Gap appeared first on DevOps.com.

Protecting the Telecom Network

Dell EMC

Telecommunication networks are becoming more and more essential every day and, in the process, gaining new opportunities. And for communication service providers (CSPs), these challenges include cyber threats, increasing network decentralization, timing requirements, and more. To help our customers meet these challenges, Dell EMC Ready Solution for VMware NFV brings together industry-leading technologies optimized for telecommunication networks, yet customizable for any unique need.

Arrcus Expands Network Services Spanning Hybrid Clouds

DevOps.com

Arrcus has added virtualized distributed routing (VDR) and multi-cloud networking (MCN) capabilities to ArcOS, a network operating system (NOS) that can be deployed on-premises or in the cloud. The post Arrcus Expands Network Services Spanning Hybrid Clouds appeared first on DevOps.com.

Juniper Networks Brings AI to SD-WANs

DevOps.com

Juniper Networks today announced it can now apply the same artificial intelligence (AI) engine it uses to automate the management of wireless local area networks (LANs) to software-defined wide area networks (SD-WANs).

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Bastille Networks Receives DHS OTA to Continue Wireless Security Tech Dev’t

CTOvision

Atlanta, Georgia-based internet of things company Bastille Networks has received an other transaction agreement from the Department of Homeland Security to continue the development of a technology designed to protect […]. News Bastille Networks

DAA 101: A Flexible Approach to Better, Faster Cable Networks

CableLabs

This month, we’d like to share information about Distributed Access Architecture (DAA) and how cable operators are using it to build the 10G networks of the future. How Can Distributed CCAP Architecture Help Build Better Networks? Maximize Their Network’s Potential.

How to Pinpoint Rogue IoT Devices on Your Network

CTOvision

Read Kelly Sheridan take a look at the rogue Internet of Things devices on networks that can cause great misery on Dark Reading: A Raspberry Pi floating on your network […].

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Managing Network Quality and Capacity With Proactive Network Maintenance

CableLabs

You probably know that Proactive Network Maintenance (PNM) is about finding and fixing problems before they impact the customer to ensure highly reliable and available cable broadband services. But the other side of PNM is about managing the capacity or bandwidth available in the network.

Looking Glass of Cloud Networking

Arista

Since the 2000 era, the network has changed dramatically, becoming more and more mission-critical. There are so many drivers powering today’s digital network transformation. This cloud network, pioneered by Arista is hungry for more innovation when it comes to secure visibility.

Managing a New Kind of Complexity in Software-Defined Networking

DevOps.com

Software-defined networking (SDN) has moved up the enterprise IT agenda in recent years. And it’s easy to see why–in theory, SDNs are far quicker and easier to control and alter than traditional networks. By using open protocols to apply controls from the network edge, SDNs enable network engineers to shape traffic from a single centralized […]. The post Managing a New Kind of Complexity in Software-Defined Networking appeared first on DevOps.com.

Ethereum network and manipulations

Michal Komorowski

If you don't remember or don't know it, EIP-1559 is an improvement that replaces the auction-based fee market in Ethereum network with a basefee and a tip. In cooperation with Nethermind , I published another research on EIP-1559.

Attivo Networks ThreatPath now addresses proliferation of endpoints and credential protection challenges

CTOvision

Attivo Networks announced innovative enhancements to its ThreatPath solution, part of the modular ThreatDefend Endpoint Detection Net (EDN) family of products. News Attivo Networks

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Cato Networks Offers Instant SD-WAN Service

DevOps.com

Cato Networks has added an instant-on capability to its software-defined wide area network service (SD-WAN) service to make it easier for IT teams to provide employees with remote access to applications. Dave Greenfield, technology evangelist for Cato Networks, said rather than having to configure and install a virtual private network (VPN) client on every device […]. The post Cato Networks Offers Instant SD-WAN Service appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Sumo Logic Integration With New AWS Network Firewall Service

CTOvision

Sumo Logic, the pioneer in continuous intelligence, announced its Cloud SIEM solution now integrates with AWS Network Firewall, a new managed service that makes it easy to deploy essential network […].

Strategic Networking is Key for Women Professionals

Women on Business

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SNMP: Understanding Simple Network Management Protocol

Kaseya

Network monitoring is an essential IT task continuously performed on devices on a network to identify any issues and to fix them, ideally before they can affect business operations. It facilitates the exchange of information between network devices and network management systems (NMS).

Palo Alto Networks to Acquire Crypsis Group

CTOvision

Palo Alto Networks has announced its intention to acquire consultancy Crypsis Group. The two companies have entered into a definitive agreement which will see Palo Alto Networks acquire the incident response, […].

LF Edge Moves Open Networking Push Forward

DevOps.com

The post LF Edge Moves Open Networking Push Forward appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs Infrastructure/Networking IT as Code 5G edge networking IT organizations networking open source operational technology telecommunications carriers The Linux FoundationA vendor-neutral initiative dubbed the State of the Edge was acquired this week by LF Edge, an arm of The Linux Foundation focused on defining an open source stack of software for edge computing applications.

NVIDIA Aims to Drive Disaggregation Following Cumulus Networks Buy

DevOps.com

Adoption of open source networking may be about to get a boost following the forthcoming acquisition of Cumulus Network by NVIDIA. The acquisition of the provider of a network operating system (NOS) based on Linux follows an earlier move by NVIDIA to acquire Mellanox, a provider of networking and storage systems. The post NVIDIA Aims to Drive Disaggregation Following Cumulus Networks Buy appeared first on DevOps.com.

Common Wireless Network Security Threats

Gitprime

Unlike a wired network which requires physical access to a device, a wireless network can be targeted and exploited from a distance. Learn about the basic wireless LAN security threats and how to prevent them

Network Maintenance Mode: Improving Your Network and Improving Your Life

Apstra

If you’ve ever worked in network operations, you undoubtedly have a few crazy stories about network outages and the unusual hours you had to work to resolve them. No, the network Gods seem intent on things failing in the middle of the night or when traffic is close to its peak. Shouldn’t there be some intelligent software that can automate workflows across an entire network regardless of what vendor hardware is being used?

How 5G Mobile Networks Will Change IoT Security

DevOps.com

The roll-out of the new 5G mobile network is largely a positive change for consumers and businesses. The fifth generation of cellular networks (hence 5G) purports to be one of the fastest wireless networks ever created. The post How 5G Mobile Networks Will Change IoT Security appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs Infrastructure/Networking IT as Code IT Security 5G 5G mobile 5G network IoT security security zero-trust

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Cisco Acquires ThousandEyes to Advance Network Visibility

DevOps.com

Cisco Systems this week announced its intent to acquire ThousandEyes, provider of an internet monitoring platform that Cisco plans to leverage to embed ThousandEyes agent software into a range of devices including network routers and switches, security tools and application performance management (APM) software from AppDynamics. The post Cisco Acquires ThousandEyes to Advance Network Visibility appeared first on DevOps.com.