Getting Wired for Wireless: Future-Proofing
Future-proofing switching infrastructure is another important consideration in preparing for the deployment of Wi-Fi 6 wireless access points (APs). Examples include the ability to scale, easily upgrade existing switches, and the flexibility to modify, reconfigure, and repurpose existing hardware. These capabilities, if properly considered, can help protect investment and extend the useful life of customer… (0 comment)

Top Seven DDoS Protection Challenges
Although there are now more DDoS protection solutions available than ever before, companies still tend to face a few major hurdles with DDoS defense. From attack complexity to a lack of granular control, the challenges that organizations are up against are as varied as they are difficult. Here, we’ll look at the top-seven DDoS protection… (0 comment)

Extortion Threatens Reputational Damage
Scammers are sending emails threatening to damage the reputation of websites unless the sites’ owners hand over 0.3 bitcoin, or around $2,400, according to BleepingComputer. The attackers say that they’ll send out billions of spam emails to millions of email addresses and websites. All of these emails will be spoofed to appear as though they’re… (0 comment)

Five worthy reads: Fend off cyberattacks using dark web intelligence
One of the greatest advantages of the dark web is the anonymity and encryption it offers while allowing users to access everything on the world wide web. This also makes it the hotbed of some of the most notorious cyberattacks. Much of the dark net’s activities are focused around marketplaces that offer ammunition, pornography, drugs,… (0 comment)