Network Security

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Cybersecurity – Week 13

The Good | U.S. Treasury Cracks Down on Russian & Chinese State-Backed Threats In back-to-back announcements this week, the U.S. Department of the Treasury has sanctioned cryptocurrency exchanges leveraged by Russian dark markets and a Chinese-based company linked to APT31 threat actors (aka Zirconium and Violet Typhoon). Thirteen entities and two individuals now face sanctions …

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Optimizing Physical Security through Automation

This article was contributed by Kisi, a Meraki technology partner.   The security sector has seen several innovations over the years that have changed the scope of facility management and protection. One of these areas of advancement has been the automation of security processes and responses, which has provided efficiency on a new scale.   From automated …

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Create Experiences With More SaaS

The modern IT practitioner knows that with today’s ever-increasing demands, technology infrastructure is being maxed to its limits. Your infrastructure—from hardware and software to teams and sites—is highly distributed. Much of what you rely on resides outside of your network on the public internet, where you traditionally don’t have control or visibility. This means that …

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Do More With Less Using Cloud-Based Security

Cloud-based security has transformed the way businesses manage their security operations. Unlike their on-premises predecessors, cloud technology has given IT and security teams greater flexibility and scalability. System administrators no longer need to be on-site to keep tabs on their buildings. Instead, the cloud has given them the ability to do more with less. They …

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Is Your Network Infrastructure Ready for More IoT Devices?

From Wi-Fi 6E (and the upcoming Wi-Fi 7 technologies) to smart cameras, IoT devices are expected to grow by 50% by 2027. As organizations leverage more of these intelligent, data-generating machines to boost employee productivity and user experience, they may want to consider the impact on the network. The associated data influx of additional IoT …

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A Platform for Cloud Success

Reduced costs, increased scalability, and faster innovation are just some of the reasons why companies around the world are rapidly adopting a cloud-first strategy for their IT operations. However, with the rate of technological change today, businesses must be extremely strategic with their investments, and cloud-first is not a one-size-fits-all solution. How can tech leaders …

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Creating a Long-Term Strategy for Secure Remote Work

Hybrid and remote work have become a coveted way of life for many professionals around the world. The elimination of commutes, flexibility in scheduling, and opportunity to work in your pajamas is so appealing that nearly 50% of remote employees stated they would look elsewhere for employment in the event of a return-to-office mandate. Although …

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Connected Machines, Smarter Factories

In today’s dynamic manufacturing landscape, the Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud technology is a key driver of a transformational shift to Industry 4.0. Cloud networking  enables adaptability for manufacturers amidst the evolving challenges they face as part of this transformation. Here are key cloud networking capabilities that manufacturers can leverage for success along their …

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