If you don’t have an eye to reassemble files from a data stream in a PCAP file, fear not! Erik Hjelmvik has written a new tool called NetworkMiner that will let you dig out all the things that are hiding in there.
Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino look at the big announcements from AWS re:Invent, with a heavy dose of machine learning. Plus they cover the latest acquisition by Palo Alto Networks, why looking at IT as a cost center is a problem for political candidates, and the EU sanctioning the EU.
How can you detect intruders once they’ve already penetrated your perimeter? They key to finding your interlopers is to detect their movement. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at Confluera, a new startup that can help you find what you’re hunting for.
SD-WAN is easy, right? Just plug it in and make it go. You can totally do this yourself, right? Well…maybe. Daniel Dib takes a look at some of the things involved in an SD-WAN deployment that aren’t just tech.
It’s time to clean house. And that house includes all your digital information as well. What have you saved that you need to get rid of? Jed Casey talks about how he finally let go of his stash in this post.
Is your enterprise experiencing an explosion of IoT devices? Are you trying to figure out the best way to secure them? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at a new IoT-focused solution from Fortinet that can help you out.
If you’re sending traffic over the Internet, it’s getting to the proper destination because of something it learned through BGP. But BGP gives you so much more flexibility than just being a simple routing protocol. Pete Welcher takes a look at how to use BGP to engineer traffic flows to your advantage.
If you need to build a lab and don’t have the hardware or the horsepower to make it happen, you need something different to help you. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at the Tesuto presentation from Networking Field Day and how it can help you meet your testing needs through the power of software.
TCP is the protocol that runs the Internet. So why are we acting against it in such a way as to make software cost a fortune to do something TCP does for free? Check out this post courtesy of Ivan Pepelnjak and Dan Hughes that talks about TCP being the most expensive part of your data center.
Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino are talking about the latest annual user report from GitHub, why 5G security flaws are a good thing, the fine art of getting ahead of regulation, and what caused service disruptions for Disney+.