Security for Intent-Based Networking
Networks have become more massive and complex than ever before. This year at Cisco Live US, people were talking about managing and defending networks at scale. Chuck Robbins, CEO of Cisco, said that 2.1 billion machine-to-machine connections have been added to the internet in the past year, and 27 billion more connections are expected to… (0 comment)

What, Me Worry? Lackadaisical Employee Attitudes Resulting in Cybersecurity Calamities and Lurking Attacks
The role of IT in defending against cyberattacks is more difficult than ever. It becomes even more challenging when IT departments are forced to tackle the lack of willingness by employees to take precautionary steps against attacks, according to the latest results from the A10 Networks Application Intelligence Report (AIR). Based on research involving more… (0 comment)

10 With A10: 10 Security Predictions for 2018
10 With A10: 10 Security Predictions for 2018 In the 1970s, the Amazing Kreskin wowed audiences with his uncanny ability to see the future. Using suggestion, he’d make predictions. While Kreskin would stop short of calling himself a psychic – instead choosing to be considered an entertainer – his predictions often came true. Today, we’re… (0 comment)

A10 CEO Lee Chen on CNBC: The Cybersecurity Cat and Mouse Game
The frequency, size and volume of cyberattacks will increase in 2018, said A10 Networks CEO Lee Chen during an appearance this week on CNBC. Expect more and larger hacking cases next year from CNBC. According to Chen, 2018 will see a rise in the amount of financially and politically motivated attacks and especially DDoS attacks.… (0 comment)