Network Security Monitoring and Analysis
- October 14, 2004
The vendors are enhancing end-point security to help their joint customers keep networks virus-free, but one expert says only Cisco shops running Tivoli can benefit.
- August 05, 2004
Networking market leader Cisco Systems Inc. wants to fundamentally change network security. While security devices have long been part of the network edge, Cisco is turning that model on its head with its self-defending network strategy by ...
- July 30, 2004
Denial-of-service attacks, mirror points and false routing are just a few of the ways hackers can disrupt networks, but a Burton Group analyst explains how enterprises can thwart device danger.
- July 15, 2004
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- July 13, 2004
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- July 07, 2004
Cisco Systems Inc. has been in the process of folding security into its network infrastructure for some time. The initiative, known as the self-defending network strategy, is a part of Cisco's overall push to add more intelligence into the network. ...
- July 01, 2004
A flaw in Cisco's Collaboration Server could leave some enterprises open to attacks from remote users. One analyst says the vulnerability demonstrates that the networking giant's software is not up to par with the rest of the industry.
- June 16, 2004
Because your cyberdefenses are bound to be compromised eventually, your security strategy must include processes and technologies to contain the damage.
- June 15, 2004
ServGate partners with SurfControl adding content filtering to the company's modular multi-function security device.
- May 10, 2004
After a flood of recent security vulnerabilities, some wonder if Cisco's security track record is becoming as tarnished as Microsoft's. Though the networking giant is wearing a bigger target than ever, experts say good communication and best ...
- April 26, 2004
Since the end of March, Cisco has been forced to respond to or announce six different security flaws -- more than one a week on average.
- April 19, 2004
A Burton Group report suggests that enterprise networks -- and the data they safeguard -- may be at risk because of unsecured mobile devices.
- April 12, 2004
Both IBM and Cisco are warning of vulnerabilities that remote attackers could exploit to cause denial of service and other problems.
- March 30, 2004
Cisco has provided code upgrades and mitigation suggestions for numerous vulnerabilities in key networking solutions for which exploit code already exists.
- March 18, 2004
Cisco switches, routers and firewalls are vulnerable to attack due to a problem in OpenSSL that has other software vendors scrambling to cope.