The Wi-Fi Awards are now accepting submissions! Learn more about this new, community-driven awards program in this interview the the founders.
Get an update on the latest vulnerabilities in WPA3 and how one of the creators of the protocol is addressing them in this review by Tom Hollingsworth.
Stopping intrusions in air gapped systems isn’t always easy. But what if you had an agent that could stop these attacks through catching suspicious system behavior? Without the need to be connected to the Internet? Tom Hollingsworth looks at a solution from Nyotron that can help you protect yourself.
Do you feel like an imposter from time to time? Do you judge yourself against the achievements of others? Daniel Dib takes a look at this phenomenon in networking and how we need to combat it to be productive and healthy.
Josh Warcop has a great summary of the importance of face-to-face discussions from Cisco Live: Shared experiences are part of living life
How do you protect your applications during the development process? Do you need to worry about code? Or are APIs king? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at two different perspectives from Tinfoil Security and WhiteHat Security to see how application security isn’t always black and white.
Can’t remember when you need to study for a test? Having trouble getting organized? Make sure you check out some of these great tips from Du’an Lightfoot.
Sometimes the best solution to a problem comes from an area where you didn’t think you’d find it. Tom Hollingsworth looks at 128 Technology and how their voice pedigree helped them built a quality WAN routing platform.
Do you ever have the time to go back and figure out the root cause for an outage? Do you wish you could just take a snapshot of your network and examine all the details at your leisure? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at a new solution from IP Fabric that has the power to do just that.
The debate over encryption backdoors is older than you know. Tom Hollingsworth sits down with Joel Fallenstrom of Wickr to discuss where the current thinking is around adding protections and policy for law enforcement. They also discuss how a secured by default platform like Wickr can help create policy for users and information gatherers alike.