New and innovative security tools seem to be emerging all the time, but the frontline defense for just about every network in operation today remains the trusty firewall. Network World asked TWB author John Breeden II to test out several manager programs designed to focus the chaos of a typical firewall deployment.
What if there was a different way to look at security? Instead of searching for behaviors that might indicate a threat, what if you could tightly define everything that was allowed within a network? Varmour does that. It’s called segmentation, and is the subject of a Network World Clear Test review.
What if you assumed that APTs were already hiding in your network and launched software specifically designed to hunt them down? Network World reviewed the latest tools in the cybersecurity arsenal: threat hunting platforms. Load up some extra ammo, because we are going hunting for our latest roundup, and there’s lots of game to be had.
The SafeBreach continuous security validation platform simulates how specific networks are vulnerable to attack, and how to plug what is likely quite a few holes in existing defenses. Read the Network World testing and review.
Microsoft has a long tradition of spicing up relatively dull product announcements with compelling tech demos, and the Windows 10 announcement was no exception. The software giant used the opportunity to create a fair amount of buzz about the HoloLens, a futuristic headset that offers a glimpse into the future of Augmented Reality (AR). However, … Continue reading Microsoft HoloLens Review – Bridging The Gap Between AR And VR
Few technologies are more vital to the bottom line of a modern business than document automation. Document automation’s universal application, speed of accessibility and ease of use can make or break a company of any size. It can mean the difference in financial run rates within sales forecasts, and prove vital to a legal department’s … Continue reading Boosting Document Automation with Cloud and Platform Development
You may have a missing component in your defenses if you are not protecting your proprietary data. Either by malicious effort or accidental incompetence, users can send customer, financial, secret or sensitive information out of your network via almost unlimited channels. Network World takes a look at three products designed to stop that dangerous flow.
An entire industry has sprung up to provide a defense against insider threats. TWB CEO John Breeden reviewed products from Fortscale, Avanan, and PFU Systems for Network World, and found each one concentrating on a different aspect of the problem. Dim the lights, pop the corn, and get ready to delve into the dark and spooky world of the insider threat.