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Security on the Wire

3 Network Security Concepts Every Organization Should Utilize in 2018

/ by Michael Clarke posted in network security

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CGTN America: HOPZERO Part of "New Silicon Valley"

/ by Michael Clarke posted in network security, media

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Why do entrepreneurs choose to live in one state and not another?

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eWeek: "HOPZERO and 'Mission Impossible' - Where Data Self-Destructs"

/ by Bill Alderson posted in server security, internet security firewall, hop value, network security

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It’s not often you find out your company has something in common with the classic show, Mission: Impossible.

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[RADIO INTERVIEW] Bill Alderson on the Potential of Proximity Security

/ by Michael Clarke posted in network security

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Hackers can't hit a target they never see.

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Are Half of All U.K. Manufacturers the Victims of Cyber-Crime?

/ by Ben Haley posted in network security

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Last week we participated at the RSA Conference in San Francisco. What an incredible conference!

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What the GDPR Means for the Future of Network Security

/ by Ben Haley posted in network security, gdpr

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Today I was looking at the agenda for RSA, this nation's biggest security conference. Not surprising, there are numerous sessions on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a sweeping act aimed at protecting private information for European Union (EU) residents.

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Is Proximity-Based Security Our Last Line of (Cyber) Defense?

/ by Ben Haley posted in network security

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2017 was a record year for many reasons. Amazing records were broken: we saw more green energy produced around the world and more capital invested in tech startups than ever before.

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How to Avoid the 'Mousetrap Syndrome' of Network Security

/ by Jim Rounsville posted in data breach, hop value, data limits, network security

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How do we protect our data?

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Why Does Your Server Speak Russian? 

/ by Bill Alderson posted in firewall security, internet security firewall, hop value, network security

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We all know how firewalls work; they prevent packets from passing through self-imposed barriers. But they don't limit how far packets go once they pass the threshold. 

The big question many U.S. organization database managers need to ask themselves is: is my server carrying high-value data to unfriendly countries? Firewalls are in place, but data is still leaking.

Is there anything else I can do to stop it?

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"The Curious Case of Don Draper and the Mysterious TCP Reset"

/ by Bill Alderson posted in network security

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It is interesting to think about what Don Draper, the famed creative director on AMC’s Mad Men (played by Jon Hamm), would do in the 21st-century if his advertising firm’s delivery of time-sensitive media were disrupted.

How would he handle cyber-crime and other critical IT failures when the advertising of his Fortune 500 clients was on the line?

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