Real IT users evaluate network access control solutions: Cisco Identity Services Engine, Aruba ClearPass and ForeScout CounterACT. (Download the 27-page comparison.) READ MORE HERE…Read more
Cloud access security brokers (CASB) insert security between enterprises and their cloud services by providing visibility and access control, but IPv6 could be causing a dangerous blind spot.That’s because CASBs might not support IPv6, which could be in wide corporate use even in enterprises that choose IPv4 as their preferred protocol. [ Related: What is IPv6, and why aren’t we there yet?
For example, end users working remotely have a far greater chance of connecting via IPv6 than when they are in the office. Mobile providers collectively have a high percentage of IPv6-connected subscribers and broadband residential Internet customers often have IPv6 connectivity without realizing it. Internet service providers and software-as-a-service (SaaS) vendors both widely support IPv6, so a mobile worker accessing, say, DropBox over a Verizon 4G wireless service might very well connect via IPv6.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story) READ MORE HERE…
BleedingBit’s impact continues to spread across various devices, researchers at RSA Conference 2019 said. READ MORE HERE…Read more
Zero trust refers to the notion of evaluating the security risk of devices and users within the context of any given moment, without automatically conferring access based on credentials. READ MORE HERE…Read more