Network Security Best Practices and Products
- December 23, 2009
Are you looking for a top 10 list of networking industry issues? Then look no further. Get the best of 2009's computer networking advice from our enterprise IT expert panel, and learn answers to questions that spoke to the year's most prevalent ...
- December 21, 2009
SearchNetworking.com asked Forrester Research senior analyst John Kindervag to predict what the new year will bring for network security. He says venture capital firms will look to cash out of startups, and new uber-devices that combine UTM with ...
- December 09, 2009
Mobility has exposed enterprises to more sophisticated security threats, forcing them to spend more on network security, particularly intrusion prevention systems and SSL VPN solutions to improve mobile computing security. Analysts say this has led ...
- November 12, 2009
Hewlett-Packard's 3Com acquisition heightens the HP-Cisco battle for the enterprise networking market, particularly in China. With the new buyout, 3Com's data center core routing and switching may make HP the No. 2 vendor.
- October 29, 2009
Next-generation firewalls are getting plenty of hype, but not many vendors have completely solved the firewall architecture challenges involved in combining firewalls with IPS and other network security functions.
- July 15, 2009
The Internet-based attacks on U.S. and Korean government and financial websites this month revealed that criminals are finding new ways to pose network security threats by using old malware and attack methods. Experts say criminals are using ...
- June 02, 2009
Have you ethically hacked your business network? SearchNetworking.com asked this question of our readers and found shocking results: More than half had not conducted a network penetration test -- and the reasons ranged from not knowing enough about ...
- May 19, 2009
Network security threats abound, and news of data breaches are constantly made public. Are information security professionals doing something wrong? Where are enterprises most vulnerable? And what can network pros do to keep a company more secure? ...
- March 12, 2009
With this first entry in a new series about network problem users, SearchNetworking.com looks at the Internet Novice. Though well-meaning, Internet novices can pose a significant threat to the corporate network. Education and smart policies can ...
- February 11, 2009
Even if a company buys the latest security products and adheres to data security standards, IT professionals must also consider physical network security to close off avenues of potential data leakage. Think outside the box of the standard network ...
- January 14, 2009
This year's PCI compliance update puts the focus on pesky WEP access points and tightens some unclear language about wireless LAN. Not paying close attention to the details, however, could land retailers in hot water.
- January 07, 2009
More IT organizations are starting to run industrial Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems over the corporate network to save money and to boost bandwidth. However, these industrial control networks are extremely sensitive. Proper...
- December 29, 2008
Vyatta Inc. debuts its third open source router and security networking appliance in less than nine months, edging further into the enterprise space.
- November 13, 2008
While Intel's network security logged meticulous employee access data, red flags weren't raised to stop one potential thief until he had made off with the data.
- November 12, 2008
More than 1.3 million DNS servers are still exploitable by the Kaminsky vulnerability, according to new research from vendors Infoblox and DNSstuff.