Mobility, BYOD, and the Internet of Things are among the factors we see influencing the network security space in 2014.
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CounterACT Network Access Control (NAC) gains vSentry micro-virtualization and LAVA threat analysis and intelligence for enhanced security orchestration and responsiveness.
Next Generation Firewall technology combined with Big Data visualization bring unprecedented security controls to the enterprise.
AppConnect offers the promise of per-application VPN tunnels for better BYOD and less VPN traffic.
CEO of Palo Alto claims that Sourcefire deal has led to confusion which is fueling growth for his business.
The Internet of Things comes with a security downside that can't be ignored.
Security startup Bromium received new funds, as it continues to build micro virtual machine technology.
New study from Fortinet shows a surprising disregard for BYOD policies.
Has the NSA built a backdoor into your enterprise's networking stack? Learn the dangers and how to protect your enterprise's sensitive data.
Co-founder of Security-as-a-Service provider Alert Logic explains what security vendors must provide for effective deployment in virtualized and cloud environments.
Software update and a new integration with Aruba Networks ClearPass pave the way for the new world of mobile devices.
NAC vendor announces platform for integration, information sharing, visibility, and security automation with CounterACT.
$2.7 billion deal first announced in July has now closed, leaving Cisco with multiple sets of network security technologies.
David Koretz sold his company to Juniper for $80M in 2012. Now, as Juniper's GM of Counter Security, he talks about redefining data center security, and more.
New Silicon ASICs power FortiGate-3700D Data Center Firewall