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Cabling for Wi-Fi

The latest design standard for Wi-Fi requires an intelligent approach to cabling in order to derive full benefit, according to Valerie Maguire at Siemon

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Security from the cloud

Danielle Russell at AT&T Cybersecurity offers three important principles to consider for effective cloud security

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Securing visibility

Andrew Bushby at Fidelis Cybersecurity says that a streamlined security stack can provide a more complete picture

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GCHQ prevents hackers stealing over 1 million stolen credit cards

NCSC report reveals Operation Haulster automatically flagged details of more than 1 million stolen credit cards to banks

Northampton has its say on digital future as CityFibre’s Gigabit vision takes shape

Work is underway on a town wide full fibre network with CityFibre investing more than £40m to deliver the project

Aeris Announces Fusion IoT Network

The Fusion IoT Network, one of the first intelligent 5G-ready solutions, includes LTE-M, NB-IoT, LTE, and 2G/3G


PRTG Network Monitor (19.2) from Paessler

Organisations wanting to monitor all of their network traffic, not just some, will find the Paessler PRTG Network Monitor a great choice

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Cyber backup

Ezat Dayeh at Cohesity makes the case for data backup in security management

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I have data...

Peter Barker at Rufus Leonard explains how you can unleash the power of your data using cloud insight technologies

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Model behaviour

Saryu Nayyar at Gurucul thinks that a different approach to security is required to combat the insider threat

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Network Computing Awards

Network Computing Awards 2019: The Winners!

The results of the 2019 Network Computing Awards were revealed at an evening ceremony at the Radisson Blu Edwardian in May. Below we profile some of this year’s winners:

New Hardware Product of the Year

Winner: Endace - EndaceProbe 9200 Series Analytics Platform

Runner-up: iTrinegy - NE-ONE x-Series Network Emulator

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New Software Product of the Year

Winner: Allied Telesis - Autonomous Wave Control (AWC)

Runner-up: Schneider Electric - EcoStruxure IT

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New Cloud Solution of the Year

Winner: Zsah - Gridz

Runner-up: ThousandEyes – ThousandEyes

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Welcome to the October 2019 Newsletter.

We’ve a stack of security features for you this month – quite literally so in the case of the opinion piece from Andrew Bushby, UK director at Fidelis Cybersecurity. Here Andrew explains how a streamlined security stack can deliver complete visibility of an organisation’s distributed and ever-growing cyber terrain. Then we have Danielle Russell, lead product manager at AT&T Cybersecurity, providing us with three essential principles for effectively securing the cloud. With organisations increasingly adopting cloud infrastructures it’s vital that their security procedures adapt accordingly. Read Danielle’s article for more.

Next, Ezat Dayeh, Senior Engineering Manager at Cohesity, reminds us of the importance of data backup in security – especially when it comes to combatting ransomware. As Ezat explains, “With data being so fundamental to an organisation's operational life, backing up shouldn't be neglected or put off due to costs. Backups are the only way to recover following a ransomware attack, and they must have the highest standards of data protection applied so that they can provide assured recovery for the organisation.”

Finally Saryu Nayyar, CEO of Gurucul, examines the growing risk posed by insider threat behaviour. How do we secure against an unknown threat, one that’s as likely to occur through basic human error as it is malicious intent? Read Saryu’s article to discover how User and Entity Behaviour Analytics (UEBA) can help.

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