Network security systems: the best ways to reduce threats
Today, the complexity of our IT systems is a major obstacle to effective cybersecurity defense. Digital attacks come from both external networks and internal systems, and target endpoints such as laptops, servers, mobile phones, and enterprise IoT devices. Often, these attacks aim to inflict as much damage as possible by spreading far and wide.
All attacks have one thing in common – they cross our computer networks. This makes networks one of the best battlegrounds to stop, contain, or detect attacks. By using the power and ubiquity of a network, network security controls can often reduce the risk of these threats in the most cost-effective manner compared to endpoint security solutions.
Safer financial systems with Cisco
Cinnober is one of the world’s leading developers and providers of mission critical trading and clearing systems for stock exchanges, banks and clearing houses. Cinnober’s network is based on Cisco switches and a software defined architecture.
to SIEM or not to SIEM
One of the best tools in our detection catalogue is the SIEM. I believe that the SIEM industry has matured quite a lot during the last decade and so have the partners working with SIEM.
First line of defense with DNS Security
Wouldn’t it be great if you could protect the equipment in your network before connecting to the Internet! You have already taken the necessary measures. Still, it feels like something is still missing when it comes to the protection of your equipment …
For organisations aiming to stay ahead, choosing the right Data Center and Multicloud solutions is crucial.
Cyber Security is not only about avoiding risk. If done right, a security setup also helps the business stay ahead.
The network touches basically everything in any company. This makes it an ideal platform for improving security as well as business efficiency.
In the age of mobile and cloud, information should be available to employees on any device and in any place.