Category Archives: network security

5 Jan 2018

Prepare A Cyberdefense Plan Beyond Meltdown and Spectre Security Risks

network security, security

Prepare A Cyberdefense Plan Beyond Meltdown and Spectre Security Risks

Virtually all modern CPUs have a major security vulnerability. Nearly all CPUs built over the past two decades have a design flaw, creating a vulnerability that could allow hackers access to the data that runs through the CPU itself. This data might include passwords, keys, and other critically sensitive data. The vulnerabilities, dubbed Meltdown and Spectre, more...

16 May 2017

Are You Prepared for the Next Network Security Threat?

network security, security

Are You Prepared for the Next Network Security Threat?

The recent wave of attacks on Windows machines is unprecedented, and these types of attacks, specifically ransomware attacks, have been on the rise. Ransomware is a type of malicious software virus that locks up your computer files and demands payment to unlock them. If you managed to avert disaster this time around, do you know more...

30 Oct 2015

Know Your Network Security Vulnerabilities: Free Cyber Threat Assessment for Your Enterprise

network security, security, threat prevention

Know Your Network Security Vulnerabilities: Free Cyber Threat Assessment for Your Enterprise

Secure network architectures need to constantly evolve to keep up with the latest advanced persistent threats. There are two ways to find out if your solution isn’t keeping up—wait for a breach to happen or run validation tests. A Cyber Threat Assessment can help you better understand: Security and Threat Prevention – which application vulnerabilities are attacking more...