Articles by Sean Michael Kerner 

DNSSEC is Here. Now What?

Now that the root zone of the Internet is secured, are we all secure now? And if not, what needs to be done?

Looking Ahead to Black Hat USA 2010

Black Hat USA 2010 Las Vegas will put just about everything you can connect to on a network under the microscope starting tomorrow. eSecurityPlanet's preview looks ahead to a show that's grown so much that it has spawned its own spinoffs just down the strip.

Riverbed Unveils Virtual WAN Optimization

New Virtual Steelhead Appliance set to debut, providing IT buyers with another option for WAN optimization and acceleration.

Juniper Networks Sees Increased Enterprise IT, Carrier Spending

Q2 results shows new security, routing efforts are paying off for Juniper while future mobile and data center networking projects remain on track, if short on details.

IBM Adds a Firewall to Its IPS Assets

Big Blue blends IPS and WAF with a major update of security assets it gained in its acquisition of ISS.

Cisco Leads, But IPS Market is Growing

Cisco has an early lead in the IPS market, but as demand grows other players are coming on board and pushing the market closer and closer to the $1 billion mark.

Likewise Says It's Speeding Up Mixed Environment Management

Likewise says its latest release will aid mixed Windows, Linux and Mac environments by providing a speed boost that cuts the login times for large Active Directory environments by a factor of six.

Zenoss Melds Open Source Monitoring With Cisco UCS

New Zenoss Enterprise release upgrades open core network monitoring system and brings in new commercial features for supporting Cisco's Unified Computing System.

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