Security still top of enterprise agenda as execs seek to stay out of jail

Cybersecurity will become more important than ever for enterprise CIOs in 2015 as top executives work hard to avoid damage to brands and balance sheets, and to minimise their own personal risks, according to Verizon. The telco this week published its enterprise technology trends predictions for the coming year, including security among the top five.... Continue Reading →


Palo Alto Firewall Migration What to look out for? You should be conscious in understanding the TO-BE network security topology & ensure the required assets (additional switches, cables, etc) and get ready with the solutions & logical diagram Most importantly, have skilled resources to perform the task. If the present employees are not master in PA. Please provide them training... Continue Reading →

Single Pass Parallel Processing Architecture

Single Pass Parallel Processing Architecture.

Vulnerability Management Tools

The vulnerability management solutions become more popular in the area of information security. Let us discuss on the various tools/vendors who took this as their business and their technical documentation Hope you'll spend good time to gain more knowledge on this subject QualysGuard QualysGuard® Vulnerability Management (VM) automates the lifecycle of network auditing and vulnerability... Continue Reading →

High CPU in Cisco IPS

The below information will help to identify/fix the High CPU Utilization if noticed in the Cisco IPS device. 1. execute the command sh statistics virtual-sensor in CLI 2. analyse the inspection load from the output and other related informations 3. execute sh interface to see the fifo/overrun errors 4. capture the logs/events 5. identify which... Continue Reading →

Does Cisco ASA Support IPv6 address to configure failover

Failover does not support IPv6. The ipv6 address command does not support setting standby addresses for failover configurations. The failover interface ip command does not support using IPv6 addresses on the failover and Stateful Failover interface IPv6-enabled Commands The following security appliance commands can accept and display IPv6 addresses: •capture •configure •copy •http •name •object-group... Continue Reading →

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