Software Defined WAN (Wide Area Network) is currently a hot topic in IT conference rooms across the globe. SDWAN is not a new topic or product for that matter. So why all the hype about SDWAN?
During your travels, it is easy to become so preoccupied with sharing your travel stories online that you forget to protect yourself against cyber threats. When it comes to cybersecurity, most people associate it with safe cyber practices at home, but practicing safe online behavior is just as important when you’re traveling.
2017 was expected to be the year when Internet of Things would be the favorite prey for hackers, only for all the right reasons. The expectation was put forward by researchers and smart home analysts from around the world that by 2020, consumers and businesses would integrate as many as 50 billion smart home devices in their homes and offices. While smart devices are a great way to automate daily chores, they also make consumers vulnerable to attacks and infiltrations.
It is safe to say that most people from eleven to eighty have a smartphone. However, most of these users are unaware of a simple fact: your smartphone is far more vulnerable than most of us think. The reasons are many; this blog will focus on some of the reasons.
When most people think of business innovation, the first thing they think about is coming up with new products and services. However, innovation can apply to a number of areas in the business world, including security. Some of the most innovative companies use their thinking to boost their security with new and creative ideas. Here are a few things to learn from innovative examples:
Over the last twenty years, wireless has gone from a novelty to a necessity. Providing a wireless network is what encourages worker mobility as well as mobility of thought. But the challenges the wireless network present are daunting. Implementing security properly is paramount when designing and implementing a wireless LAN (WLAN). An organization needs to determine how to address Guest and BYOD postures while keeping known devices and users segregated from the rest of population.
If you think Certs are a circular shaped candy that comes in a roll; then this blog is probably not for you. The question should not be whether we are talking about the minty kind or the fruity kind. However, if you are asking yourself whether we are talking about SAN certs or wildcard certs you are on the right track: keep reading.
WiFi for Dummies sounded too cliche and I suspect is a registered trademark, so I am going with WIFI for Rookies. This topic reminds me of when my old friend and former governor of California called me asking for help understanding WiFi. He explained that although he had played superheroes, he was not actually a superhero nor was he extremely technical.