Security Devices White Papers
Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com
Benchmark your IT spending plans, with our in-depth study of IT spending priorities in the UK, France, Germany, and Europe in 2014.
Sponsored by: Silver Peak
Learn 6 ways to improve network security and compliance by implementing SD-WAN.
Sponsored by: A10 Networks
Don't let hackers evade your network defenses through encrypted traffic. Access this resource and learn ways to gain insight into encrypted data by decrypting inbound and outbound SSL traffic.
Sponsored by: IBM
Collaboration is necessary in today’s workforce. To ensure compatibility, IBM has created a collaboration software for Apple devices – collaboration to go. Now workers really do have the ability to work where they want, when they want, using their Apple iPhone or iPad.
Sponsored by: SearchSecurity.com
This month's issue takes a comprehensive look at new ways information security pros are isolating, monitoring, and controlling traffic within their data centers. We also publish the results of our Enterprise Mobile Security 2013 survey this month and offer expert advice on third-party vendor risk management.
Sponsored by: Ixia
In this comparison see Ixia's Net Tool Optimizer (NTO) 5288 go up against Gigamon's GigaVUE-HC2 with One GigaSMART Module, comparing: processing performance, deduplication performance, packet loss, and security considerations.
Sponsored by: APCON, Inc.
This white paper highlights critical features your network security strategies may be missing that are mandatory in today's advanced threat environment.
Sponsored by: DigiCert
This guide discusses what you should be thinking about for thorough certificate management. Learn how to take control of all areas of the certificate lifecycle, while leveraging APIs and optimizing your team.
Sponsored by: Intel
If the past three years have taught network managers anything, it's that everyone is vulnerable to a network breach by cybercriminals. Andy McInerney, data network and voice manager at Penn Mutual, one of the oldest mutual life insurance companies in the US, reveals what his business is doing to stop it.
Sponsored by: Infoblox
This paper will highlight how traditional DNS infrastructure deployments can actually increase the risks of DNS attacks. Read this white paper to learn best practices and options for a hardened DNS layer that can minimize the risk of experiencing a DNS attack by identifying the symptoms and implementing a response faster.