Tech Network Security in the Age of the Internet of Things

There are a lot of changes taking place in the business world today. One of the things that all businesses need to go out of their way to keep up with is cyberattacks. Most of these target traditionally unconnected devices. As we enter into a new generation of using connected, intelligent devices in the workplace, …

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8 Questions to Ask in DDoS Protection

As DDoS attacks grow more frequent, more powerful, and more sophisticated, many organizations turn to DDoS mitigation providers to protect themselves against attack. Before evaluating DDoS protection solutions, it is important to assess the needs, objectives, and constraints of the organization, network and applications. These factors will define the criteria for selecting the optimal solution. …

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The White House’s battle against botnets

The Trump administration’s new report on botnets, which are networks of hijacked computers and devices that can unleash increasingly destructive cyber attacks, is a prelude to a cybersecurity strategy that will test the will and resourcefulness of federal agencies and private industry alike. “If this doesn’t work, we’re screwed,” said one industry source who has …

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The White House’s battle against botnets

The Trump administration’s new report on botnets, which are networks of hijacked computers and devices that can unleash increasingly destructive cyber attacks, is a prelude to a cybersecurity strategy that will test the will and resourcefulness of federal agencies and private industry alike. “If this doesn’t work, we’re screwed,” said one industry source who has …

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