IPsec (IP security) is a standardized framework for securing Internet Protocol (IP) communications by encrypting and/or authenticating each IP packet in a data stream. There are two modes of IPsec operation: transport mode and tunnel mode. In transport mode only the payload (message) of the IP packet is encrypted. It is fully-routable since the IP header is sent as plain text; however, it can not cross NAT interfaces, as this will invalidate its hash value. In tunnel mode, the entire IP packet is encrypted. It must then be encapsulated into a new IP packet for routing to work.
Free Offer Published By: Intel
Published Date: Nov 04, 2011
The Digital Security and Surveillance eZine is about channel partners extending their expertise in Internet Protocol to a whole new arena. For these partners, security goes well beyond software, firewalls, VPNs and other security offerings commonly discussed in the industry. These partners are combining networks, storage, cameras and similar technologies into full solutions designed to help protect the customer.
White Paper Published By: D-Link
Published Date: Apr 11, 2011
The video surveillance market is in the throes of transition. IP surveillance is rapidly taking over from traditional analog CCTV. Within the next three years more than half the surveillance cameras used in North America will be IP cameras, according to the research firm Frost & Sullivan. Over the next two years IP video surveillance product sales will increase by more than 200% "significantly disrupting and overtaking analog CCTV sales," according to IPVideoMarket.
White Paper Published By: Dyn
Published Date: Oct 04, 2016
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks increased by over 100% YoY. With nearly a quarter of the attacks aimed at the DNS layer and close to 80% not identified until they reach the DNS layer, it is no secret you should evaluate your Manage DNS provider critically as your first line defense in DDoS mitigation.
Download this eBook to best equip your business against impending DDoS attacks including:
• Common types of DDoS attacks and which layers of your infrastructure are most at risk
• How to geographically isolate attacks and mitigate latency
• How to get the best before, during and after attack protection
Free Offer Published By: Spok
Published Date: Sep 26, 2015
Hospitals and health systems around the globe are looking at everything from tighter supply controls to energy efficiency initiatives as ways to cut costs and save money. Another avenue being evaluated more closely is communications.
White Paper Published By: Thawte
Published Date: Oct 06, 2014
In this fraud alert paper, we’ll highlight the current trends in today’s phishing schemes, with a particular focus on the latest threats emerging from China. Then we’ll offer some ideas and best practices for applying technology to protect both yourself and your customers.
White Paper Published By: Neustar Inc.
Published Date: Oct 14, 2013
As the digital universe evolves in both volume and scope, companies must be diligent about protecting their content. Fortunately, companies can easily leverage IP information to protect themselves. This paper explores the best practices of using IP intelligence for digital rights management to reduce risk to online content.
White Paper Published By: McAfee
Published Date: Nov 14, 2012
Why is database security so important? For a company that has suffered a serious data breach, it boils down to monetary damage in its many forms: business disruption, bad publicity, stiff fines for noncompliance, and undermined customer confidence.
White Paper Published By: Symantec
Published Date: Apr 09, 2012
Symantec Extended Validation (EV) SSL Certificates can be a key factor in helping increase customer confidence during online business transactions. More confidence can mean more conversions for customers with EV SSL certificates.
With over 60,000 new malware threats created each day, antivirus software is an essential component to IT security. But antivirus is only the beginning. According to Forrester, a single tool is not sufficient to address a particular risk area completely. That's why Faronics implements a strategy featuring multiple layers of security for enterprisewide end-point computer protection. This video describes the many features and facets that come together to make Faronics the only end-point security software vendor to offer an integrated layered security solution.
An informed IT professional needs to ensure that the antivirus solution they choose strategically matches the goals of their company IT department. In this paper, Faronics describes the role of antivirus software - but specifically how it fits into bigger layered defense security architecture. The paper examines several elements of a comprehensive strategy to protect your network, and focuses on defending the end point-user workstations, such as PCs and laptops.
These days, most well-developed organizations use a collection of several technologies, methodologies and products to protect their networks and computers from a particular threat. While no single technology guarantees security, application whitelisting covers situations not addressed by firewalls or antivirus utilities. This paper focuses on how application whitelisting can effectively be used as an important layer in your security scenario. It examines other security layers as well, and demonstrates how whitelisting compliments and augments existing defenses