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We've now reached the User layer in our Layered Security series. This article is part one of two, because there's a lot going on with this layer. If you haven’t been following this series, you can catch up by using the link above or by checking out the PDF version, which contains all previous articles.   The User Layer (Part 1) We’ve finally reached the user layer, which in many ways is the most important and also the most difficult. As mentioned before, 80-90% of the threats to your network can come... [Read More]
by RSS Victoria Martin  |  Apr 18, 2015  |  Filed in: Security Q & A
When companies grow, their networks grow with them. What naturally follows is a growth in administration. As a Systems Engineer in the Nordics I meet a lot of quickly growing companies and they have a lot in common when it comes to facing the challenges of their rapid growth. Typically they will have very flat network structures and simple security solutions all managed by a single person or a very small team. These small teams are made up of generalists that need to cover everything including virtual environments, storage, networks, firewalls and... [Read More]
by RSS Nils von Greyerz  |  May 14, 2014  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
Let's face it, Advanced Persistent Threatsare becoming smarter, and well, more advanced. It's no secret that cybercriminals are developing more sophisticated and subtle attacks equipped with a slew of highbrow features such as self-awareness and the ability to stealthily dodge countless security systems. With intelligence as the weapon of choice, attacks are more dangerous than they ever have been. As such, advanced threats require an equally robust security system to effectively stop them in their tracks. Signature-based solutions often won't... [Read More]
by RSS Stefanie Hoffman  |  Dec 05, 2013  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
A psychologist might tell you that the way a child plays in the sandbox is a reflection of how they will act in their adult life. The same is true for malicious software, though we aren't speaking about the same sandbox. There is a growing concern among security professionals about advanced persistent threats (APTs). The problem is not new, but it is of growing importance. Now, more than ever, highly targeted attacks (often specifically crafted to beat traditional defenses) pose a significant risk to enterprise level organizations. Despite advances... [Read More]
by RSS David Finger  |  Nov 19, 2013  |  Filed in: