Protect your business from IoT Botnets


Gartner, Inc. forecasts that 8.4 billion connected things will be in use worldwide in 2017, up 31 percent from 2016, and will reach 20.4 billion by 2020. With the number of IoT devices dramatically accelerating, there is corresponding increase in the number of botnets and cyber-attacks. Also read - Secure IoT Platform A traditional botnet is a... Continue Reading →

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Malware to steal data from POS systems is widely available


On December 22, 2017, Jason’s Deli was notified by payment processors that credit card security personnel had informed it that a large quantity of payment card information had appeared for sale on the “dark web,” and that an analysis of the data indicated that at least a portion of the data may have come from... Continue Reading →

Securing Container workloads for Enterprise


What are containers?  Containers represent a transformational change in the way apps are built and run. Containers package an application and all its dependencies into a single image that can be promoted from development, to test, to production, without change. Containers provide consistency across environments and multiple deployment targets: physical servers, virtual machines (VMs), and... Continue Reading →

Open Source Hardware – its Cost Reduction for many enterprise business


Large enterprise, cloud service providers, 'big brand' product companies are spending millions or billions of dollars in building their data center. So what do you think keeping these companies technology imperatives moving forward. Are they going to focus on hybrid controllers, traffic shaping, 100G, network modeling, network analytics and simulation, circuit automation and testing, backbone... Continue Reading →

Microsoft – Fastest growing Cyber Security Company


Most often, cyber security professionals make fun of Microsoft products until few years ago. Its due to the reason that its been considered one of the  notoriously full of dangerous bugs, and Microsoft was considered difficult to work with when it came to patching them. For instance, the infamous Stuxnet worm, an attempt allegedly by... Continue Reading →

Telecom operators seek to solve security problems of the future


As Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled products and services like smart televisions and smart homes begin to enter the market, many consumers are becoming worried that these devices will make them vulnerable to hackers who want to steal personal information - or worse. One fear involves the manipulation of rapidly evolving smart car technologies. Some worry... Continue Reading →

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