Having trouble memorizing all the IP addresses in your network? Still trying to build security policies based on VLANS? Maybe what you need is to give a name to your pain with some labels and a little help from Guardicore.
If you’re doing networking configuration the old fashioned way, you need to know how best to merge your configurations for your device. If you’re running Junos, make sure you check out Jeff Fry’s series here!
If you’re moving data to the cloud, you need visibility to ensure you’re secure. Tom Hollingsworth talks about ExtraHop Reveal(x) and how they can provide the visibility you need no matter where your data lives.
If you’re having issues with gathering enough information about your iOS 13 device connecting to the wireless network, make sure you check out George Stefanick’s overview of a new diagnostic utility.
How can modern SecOps teams hope to overcome the deluge of information streaming in every second? Perhaps a little context from machine learning? Tom Hollingsworth spoke with SecBI at Black Hat 2019 and has an overview of how their solution can help.
Security is all about the policy. So why not leverage your technology to help you create it? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at the Security Field Day presentation from Edgewise Networks and how machine learning is the key to building better security policies.
Ever wondered why the MTU for Ethernet is 1500 bytes? Ivan Pepelnjak teaches us a bit about why we have this relic of the early days of networking still hanging around in our lives today.
Today, Aruba is launching a new version of AOS-CX and new switches. Learn more about both of these fantastic new solutions in this article by Tom Hollingsworth.
It’s a game of hide-and-seek with wireless access points. Check out how Ian Beyer manages to provide service with a little bit of secrecy!
If you’re looking to capture some 802.11ax packets, look no further! François Verges has a solution that you won’t want to miss!