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Why Network Monitoring Tools are the best defense against potential threats

With data acting as veritable currency these days, network security teams are increasingly looked to for solutions to the pervasive and complex challenge of cybercrime. The average cost of global cybercrime to the highest hit countries reaches in the billions on average, (see chart) with spending on IT security projected to increase by $13 billion [...]

By |May 16th, 2016|Categories: Network Management System, Network Security|Tags: , |Comments Off on Why Network Monitoring Tools are the best defense against potential threats

Why CTOs should keep up to date with the latest network security threats

In today's’ rapidly evolving technological landscape, Chief Technology Officers (CTOs) have a seemingly unending list of roles and responsibilities. As such, it can be difficult to dedicate time to staying up to date with the latest news and developments in the world of network security. But there’s more to being in the know than impressing [...]

By |April 28th, 2016|Categories: Network Security|Tags: , |Comments Off on Why CTOs should keep up to date with the latest network security threats

The value of network systems training & how to get it right

As you probably know, network management is a complex and diverse field that’s only getting more so as technology develops and changes are implemented. With this constant state of flux in mind, it takes a particular type of person to rise to the challenge and put their skills and tenacity to the test. Great network [...]

By |April 19th, 2016|Categories: Network Security, Network System|Tags: , |Comments Off on The value of network systems training & how to get it right

Network Systems News Roundup: March 2016

Welcome to our monthly news roundup for March 2016! We’ve collected some of the most interesting and noteworthy networking news from around the web over the past month. In this month’s edition, we look at the Pentagon’s open invitation to hackers, a board game playing AI, the continual growth of LTE and more. So, without [...]

By |March 10th, 2016|Categories: Network Management System, Network Security|Tags: , |Comments Off on Network Systems News Roundup: March 2016

The History of the Internet Protocol: Looking back at IPv4

It’s an interesting time in the life of the humble Internet Protocol (IP). While the internet seemed to be collectively crying wolf over the state of IPv4 exhaustion during the last two years, it seems that the panic is slowly but surely dying down. Considering the fact that 2016 started with four of the five [...]

By |March 4th, 2016|Categories: Network Management System, Network Security|Tags: |Comments Off on The History of the Internet Protocol: Looking back at IPv4

Fact versus Fiction: Is Open Source software less secure?

Open Source software has come a long way from being the underdog in a market dominated by proprietary platforms. With an ever-growing number of organisations coming to recognise the value open source provides, it’s not just gaining momentum as a serious competitor to proprietary software - in many respects it’s eclipsing it. The US [...]

By |March 2nd, 2016|Categories: Network Management System, Network Security|Tags: , |Comments Off on Fact versus Fiction: Is Open Source software less secure?

Why your network needs more than just an Intrusion Prevention System

Network security is a pressing concern for enterprises today, to say the least. Over  the past few years, it’s become clear that it doesn’t matter how much of your IT budget is spent on locking down the security on your network: no organisation or individual is safe from being hacked and having their sensitive personal [...]

By |February 24th, 2016|Categories: Network Management System, Network Security|Tags: , |Comments Off on Why your network needs more than just an Intrusion Prevention System