Timely article:Security fail No. 8: Your appliances are an attacker's dreamThe main benefit of appliances -- increased security -- hasn't panned out. By having a smaller... [by vonskippy]
on 08/14/2012 – Made popular on 08/14/2012
Business security solutions specialist WatchGuard Technologies announced the launch of its XTM 5 Series network security appliances, aimed at shaking up the unified threat management (UTM) market with performance improvements and a starting price of $1,765.
Network security appliance maker Fortinet (NASDAQ: FTNT) shipped its one-millionth unit some 10 years after offering the first one, marking a milestone that has translated to a top position in the unified threat management (UTM) segment, company officials said.
Fortinet shipped the millionth unit, a FortiGate 3950B firewall, to Bell Media, Canada’s largest multimedia conglomerate and owner of Cana
With spam and phishing attacks on the rise and IT departments dealing with new threats from mobile e-mail and Web access, network security appliances specialist Fortinet unveiled the FortiGate-800C security appliance, aimed at midsize companies and large enterprise branch offices.
Combining firewall, application control, IP Sec and SSL virtual private network (VPN), intrusion prevention, antivirus
I have to change my hosting provider. Right now I have a shared hosting account but I'm considering trying the LAMP stack appliance from turnkeylinux.org.
I'm very comfortable with using linux, I've been using it for a long time. I have no problem ssh'ing into remote machines and do whatever I have to do (coding, reading logs, moving files, deploying, etc).
Network Security Toolkit (NST) is a live CD based on Fedora Core designed to provide easy access to best-of-breed open source network security applications.It runs on most x86 platforms. It was primarily targeted at providing the network security administrator with a comprehensive set of open source network security tools. Learn more about NST v2.16.0.
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Many enterprises possess an unrealistic confidence surrounding the security of their networks, with more than 65 percent of IT/security professionals contacted for a survey by network visibility and security intelligence specialist Landcope not thinking or being unsure that they had experienced any security incidents within the last 12 to18 months.