In this e-guide, we explore how network security, while remaining relevant, needs to change in its approach to meet the needs of new technologies and threats. We also look at why it should now be seen as one of several key elements of a modern cyber security strategy.
Auconet Business Infrastructure Control Solution (BICS) for IT Security and its counterpart, BICS for Industrial Security, can help overcome key challenges of securing complex IT and industrial control networks. In this white paper, learn more about the security capabilities and features of Auconet BICS for IT and industrial control networks.
In these uncertain times, making solid predictions for the year ahead looks like a definition of a mug's game. While this has been the fuel for the fire for the boom in applications such as video conferencing as used to support remote working, the same really can be said for the internet of things (IoT).
Aevitae, a leading Dutch insurance provider company, was not satisfied with any of their existing firewalls solutions. They sought a solution that would provide seamless, end-to-end data visibility across their hybrid environment. In this case study, learn why Aevitae ultimately decided to partner with Barracuda Networks.
During the course of 2016 we saw the clamour around network security – which was already very loud – reach fever pitch. From allegations of nation state-level interference in crucial elections, to massive botnet attacks that brought down critical online services for millions, network security dominated mainstream news cycles for weeks on end.
Inside this e-guide industry experts uncover how security professionals can overcome SSL security issues. Access now to discover how to approach SSL security, tactics to choose the best SSL for your business, 7 steps to overcome SSL vulnerabilities and more.
Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is a cloud-based platform that provides networking capabilities and security functionality directly to endpoints that connect to the platform. In this guide, explore how the limitations of traditional networking led the industry to SASE.