A Firewall is a piece of hardware and/or software which functions in a networked environment to prevent some communications forbidden by the security policy, analogous to the function of firewalls in building construction. A firewall is also called a Border Protection Device (BPD), or packet filter in BSD contexts. A firewall has the basic task of controlling traffic between different zones of trust.
The study’s findings highlight discrepancies—between IT departments and end users—in the approach and attitudes toward data protection. The results provide compelling evidence that there is vast room for improvement in securing critical data flowing between the corporate enterprise and endpoint devices. Read this paper to find how to protect your data today.
As a leader in cybercrime analysis, Kaspersky Lab’s GReAT (Global Research and Analysis) team has the answers to your questions in our new eBook, Cybercriminals: Unmasking the Villain, where you can find out such fascinating facts about the cybercrime world.
As organizations embrace smartphones, tablets and mobile applications, they are moving beyond simply providing mobile email and browser capability to offering mobile access to Windows-based and other corporate applications.
The SVM illustrates the relative value of security investment options by mapping security effectiveness and value of tested product configurations. The SVM provides an aggregated view of the detailed findings from NSS Labs’ group tests.
Learn how NetScaler with Unified Gateway provides One URL for secure remote access and helps reduce TCO, simplifies IT, strengthens security and ensures a high-definition experience for both mobile and traditional application users.
It was recently found that most Global 2000 organisations have failed to completely remediate Heartbleed. This leaves these organisations vulnerable to cyberattacks, future brand damage, and intellectual property loss.
Recently, Kasperky Labs disclosed that it was the victim of a sophisticated cyber attack, which they have named Duqu 2.0. The team at Kaspersky Labs has published a detailed analysis of Duqu 2.0 and it’s definitely worth a read.
See how APT 18 conducted its proof-of-concept attack, learn how attackers bypassed critical security controls and find out how you can eliminate blind spots, reduce risk, and respond and remediate faster.
Today’s multivector and persistent threats, fluid IT environments, and increasing user mobility are prompting more organizations to seek NGFW capability that provides affordable and effective layered threat protection.