Tags: Network Security

The Disturbing Reality of Guest Network Security

The Disturbing Reality of Guest Network Security New WatchGuard functionality enhances security and convenience to better protect guest network users across hotel, restaurant and other hospitality organizations Life on the road no longer means losing touch. Today’s global travelers rely on Internet access for both work and pleasure, whether it’s responding to business email, planning vacation activities or staying connected with loved ones still at home.

2015 InfoSec Trends You Should and Shouldn’t Worry About

We’re rushing headlong into the end of the year, which means it’s that time again — time to pull out my crystal ball for WatchGuard’s annual security predictions. We actually already released next year’s security predictions last week. You can read our  press release  about them (which includes a shortened version of the predictions) or check out this cool and succinct  infographic

WatchGuard Dimension™ has been gaining rapid market adoption since it was first launched in late 2013. Customers have used the network security visibility tool to monitor and to gain critical and timely insights about network security threats, bandwidth and Internet usage as well as related traffic trends.

WatchGuard Technologies continues to add key partnership across the globe , including the most recent announcement that Fujitsu Fsas, the leading IT and technical support services provider in Japan, is now integrating WatchGuard NGFW/UTM appliances into its managed security services. Managed security solutions are gaining popularity as the volume and complexity of security threats continue to grow – especially among small-to-midsized and distributed enterprise environments

Security threats are on the rise.Needless to say, the impact of security breaches has serious business consequences. Besides the cost of data loss, data breaches tarnish your business brand by causing business discontinuity, compliance violations and customer distrust.

October Patch Bonanze, Leaky Apps, and POODLE Cyber security has gone main stream, which means we’re getting a lot more security news each week than we used to. This week was even busier than usual, with updates fixing hundreds and hundreds of security vulnerabilities, as well as a significant vulnerabilities in a encryption standards. If you’re having trouble keeping track of the most important security info on your own, let our week video summary do it for you.

Serious Bash Flaw affects *nix, Mac OS X, and IoT Normally, my weekly video covers a number of important information and network security stories, in order to keep you informed of the latest threats. However, this week one story is so important I give it the primary focus. Today’s show covers the critical “Shellshock” vulnerability in Bash.

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