Cyber warfare and cryptomining dominated RSA Conference keynotes and talks with technologists, who advocated a back-to-basics approach to network security.
The SDx Infrastructure Security Report provides an overview of the rapidly evolving market and highlights the early innovators in SDx security technologies.
ZTE might look to judicial remedies after the U.S. ban; Huawei lays off its Washington, D.C. liason; and Twitter bans ads from Kaspersky Labs.
An integrated SD-WAN security product would likely involve at least three Cisco technologies: Viptela SD-WAN, Meraki network automation, and Umbrella cloud security.
CenturyLink tracks botnets and the C2 servers they communicate with to thwart distributed denial of service attacks.
One in four organizations using public cloud has had their data stolen, according to McAfee’s latest cloud security report.
Cybercrime will be a $6 trillion business by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2016.
The chip company’s IoT strategy includes pushing processing to the edge, instead of the cloud.
An integration with Cisco Tetration will combine platform telemetry with machine learning algorithms to improve threat detection.
The open source tool allows for the building of a container image without providing privileged root access.
War and the battlefield themes dominated the opening keynotes at the annual RSA Conference 2018, just a day after a joint U.S. and U.K. alert warned that Russians are targeting American and British organizations’ network infrastructure devices,...
Cisco, itself, recently issued a warning about its Smart Install client, saying it was vulnerable to cyber attacks by nation-state actors.
The security product exposes an API to accept workload context from container orchestration systems.
The Azure Sphere technology includes a thumbnail-sized micro-controller unit, a Linux-based operating system, and a cloud-based security service.
The company is looking to support unmodified big data software in containers so data scientists can spend their time analyzing data rather than fighting hardware and drivers.
A U.K. government agency is also recommending that telcos not purchase equipment from ZTE.