Networking and Security | July 2015

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SafeNet cheat Sheet

Handling Customer Reservations about Adopting Cloud-based Authentication

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Feeling under attack from cyber-attacks?

Raytheon|Websense, a global leader in protecting organizations from the latest cyber-attacks and data theft, today announced the release of the Websense Security Labs™ 2015 Financial Services Drill-Down Report examining the current state of cyber threats and data-stealing attacks against financial services institutions (FS). The research reveals a high degree of specialization among criminals attacking financial services, a huge investment in the lure attack phase and the specific and anomalous attacks pointed at global targets dealing in finance. 

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Websense

Syntel, Inc., a global provider of digital transformation, information technology and knowledge process services, announced today that it has been named a preferred integration partner by Raytheon|Websense*, a leading provider of cybersecurity solutions for government and industry. Syntel will offer implementation services for Raytheon|Websense's SureView® family of products.

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Last chance challenge for Cisco ACE … Act Now!

Cisco ACE customers need to act now! It is official, Cisco ACE will reach end of Life on 30th September 2015. Don’t let your Cisco ACE customers delay. Work with them now to replace their ACE with BIG-IP.

F5 have launched a new partner incentive, the Last Chance Challenge Incentive for Cisco ACE where you can earn up to $6,000 per BIG-IP pair when your customers replace Cisco ACE.

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Arista Introduces CloudVision: Network-Wide Cloud Automation

Arista Networks has recently announced CloudVision® a network-wide approach for workload orchestration and workflow automation delivering a turnkey solution for cloud networking. Arista has pioneered the SDN approach in the networking industry with its software defined cloud networking, built on top of Arista EOS with programmable interfaces, publish-subscribe state separation, resilient fault containment and self-healing attributes.  CloudVision extends the same architectural approach across the network for state, topology, monitoring and visibility. This enables enterprises to move to cloud-class automation without needing any significant internal development.

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