As revenues continue to rise at Palo Alto, CEO is confident his firm can take on networking giant Cisco in network security.
Network Security Section
Guest WiFi can be a real security challenge, but it doesn't have to be that way.
Portcullis acquisition builds on Cisco's acquisition of privately-held Neohapsis at the end of 2014.
Juniper wraps its hardware and software efforts together and once again Junos is at the core.
Reduce the risk of data breaches by finding and closing gaps between existing security layers.
AutoFocus and Aperture technologies expected to drive future growth as Palo Alto Networks FY2014 revenue tops $928 million.
VMware's Martin Casado redefines the relationship of applications to the network in the modern virtual world.
Frank Ohlhorst reviews ERA v6, which promises to simplify endpoint security management on large and complex enterprise networks.
$635 million deal is now done, Cisco to integrate its new assets with other recently acquired technologies from SourceFire and ThreatGrid.
Cisco reports full year fiscal 2015 revenue of $49.2 billion as Chuck Robbins takes the helm as new CEO.
Not all network taps are a bad thing. DNS luminary Paul Vixie talks DNStap and its security applications.
Researchers discuss a litany of common flaws found in networking gear.
The Internet of Things and cloud computing complicate network security. Consider updating your network monitoring strategy to meet the scale demands of the IoT era.
If you want to bring your existing identity services to your mobile users, these RADIUS servers can do it for very little money.
As new CEO takes the reigns at F5, new BIG-IP 12.0 release is coming soon with some big changes.