Mrs. Y on the reality of security practices: The business of information security seems to be more about superstition than science. The CISO is just another slob who desperately wants to believe that some sexy, new technology will keep the Big, Bad Wolf of APT from blowing the organizational house down. Eventually, the inevitable intrusion […]
I have been working on a project to migrate our remote office connectivity into a private WAN. Today, many of those sites are connected via a manual mesh of site-to-site IPSEC VPN tunnels. In the process of this conversion, I have been re-working the WAN cloud itself to leverage the vendorâ€™s ability to peer with me via BGP.
Surprise! Huawei Symantec has arrived in the United States, ready to take on the midrange storage and network security market with a line of devices that have proven their worth in the international market for three years. I sat down with the company’s management at Storage Networking World and quizzed them on their plans and aspirations for growth.
Dan is down with the flu, so Greg and Ethan bring Brandon Carroll on board to discuss the news of the week in an abbreviated program.
We had planned a number of topics this week. Once we started on DDOS we didn’t stop before the time was up.
A recent announcement from Likewise Software hints that future versions of VMware vSphere may make it easier for companies to manage ESX hosts using Active Directory (AD) credentials. vCenter, which runs on a Windows Server operating system, is commonly added to an AD domain already, but special configurations are necessary to authenticate ESX host access with domain credentials today.