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Monday, May 27th, 2019


Four lesser-known Wi-Fi security threats and how to defend against them

You’ve hardened your network against all the common weaknesses, now we’ll show you how to take your wireless security to the next level.

Report: Surveillance cameras most dangerous IoT devices in enterprise

Networked cameras

Networked security cameras are the most likely to have vulnerabilities when it comes to securing Internet of Things devices in the enterprise, according to a new report by Zscaler.

"I would consider the entire video camera category as particularly dangerous," said Deepen Desai, director of security research at Zscaler.

Take, for example, the Flir FX wireless HD monitoring camera.

Researchers found that the camera communicated with the parent company in plain text and without authentication tokens.

Top 7 criteria for Cloud Wi-Fi

Historically, businesses had to choose between the conveniences of wireless and the performance of wired, but that’s no longer the case. Wireless LAN (WLAN) technology has evolved rapidly over the past decade, much more so than wired technology. WLAN speeds are now on par with wired, and WLAN is in a position where it can become the primary access network. What’s required today is a solution that was built from the ground up to meet the demands of a distributed, all-wireless enterprise.

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Wireless defense strategies in the IoT era

This eBook discusses access layer protection in enterprise WLANs and why deploying ad hoc security is no longer enough.

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Making the transition to fiber deep networks

As bandwidth consumption continues to rise sharply, and service providers face ever-increasing competition to win over subscribers, operators and data center managers are in a race to adopt the best methodologies for bringing fiber deeper into their networks.

The 2020 WAN takes shape -- SDN, virtualization, and hybrid WANs


The gold standard for corporate networks today is MPLS, but carrier pricing issues and MPLS's failure to play well with new, cost-efficient forms of network access are causing problems for the legion of enterprise customers that rely on it.

4 research projects that could double wireless bandwidth

4 research projects that could double wireless bandwidth

As compression and other existing bandwidth enhancement techniques reach their limits, academic researchers worldwide are investigating a variety of technologies and methods that promise to bring wireless broadband up to speed--and beyond--by allowing transmit and receive channels to occupy the same spectrum space.

Ruckus hopes to raise a rumpus in the small-business Wi-Fi market


Already a major player in the SMB networking space, Ruckus now wants to grab a slice of the small office/home office pie.  

Citrix touts new 'software-defined workplace' focus


Citrix rolls out software-defined workplace strategy to enablecustomers to have a mobile workforce that can access everything they need, from anywhere and on any device.

Microsoft unveils Surface Pro 3 PC designed for enterprises


The all-new Surface Pro 3 is more than a mere spec boost over the Surface Pro 2 and is designed "to replace your laptop."