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Community Site Update: "Read Only" As We Launch New Site

As we put the finishing touches on the new community site, we want to ensure you're aware the site will become effectively "read only" on Wednesday afternoon, September 2nd.  The site will be back online Friday, September 4th, mid-afternoon.   

You'll still be able to post a question on Wednesday, but any content posted will not migrate over, so we're suggesting you utilize the community as a "read only" reference until you see the new site up and running!

Cloud and IPv6

Despite any initial hype and buzzword overexposure, there can be little question at this point that cloud computing is steadily revolutionizing how IT builds and delivers services.  According to recent statistics, more than 60% of businesses are using cloud IT solutions in some form. Both cost-savings and business agility are reflected in the statistic that more than 80% of organizations that adopted cloud solutions saw a decrease in IT cost along with an improvement in IT services.

If It's not Secure DNS, It's not Secure

All DNS is not created equal. There is your plain vanilla DNS that does the basic job of translating domain names to IP addresses. Fine. But how would that DNS hold up when cybercriminals launch amplification/reflection attacks to slow it down or bring it to a complete halt? Will that DNS be able to tell you when an infected endpoint is brought into the network and attempts to connect to malicious destinations?

Applying Agile Methodology to IPv6 Deployment

As I was reading Ed Horley’s fifth blog post in his series on IPv6 planning and deployment best practices, it made me think about how organizations shouldn't wait to get started.  Organizations should not delay their IPv6 deployment by trying to attempt to design it perfectly from the start.  Large and small organizations tend to fall into the traditional linear “waterfall” thinking when it comes to deploying info

Bit9+Carbon Black Integrates with Infoblox for Better Visibility and Automated Incident Response to Endpoint Threats

Bit9+Carbon Black Integrates with Infoblox for Better Visibility and Automated Incident Response to Endpoint Threats

Gone are the days when an enterprise organization could just put a firewall at the edge of their network to block undesirable traffic and be assured that employees would solely access applications and services from the inside of the network.

Recent blog activity

Community Site Update: "Read Only" As We Launch New Site

Posted by eric stieg

Posted: August 31, 2015 - 01:34:56 PM

As we put the finishing touches on the new community site, we want to ensure you're aware the site will become effectively "read only" on Wednesday afternoon, September 2nd.  The site will be back online Friday, September 4th, mid-afternoon.   

Cloud and IPv6

Posted by Tom Coffeen

Posted: August 25, 2015 - 03:37:49 PM

Despite any initial hype and buzzword overexposure, there can be little question at this point that cloud computing is steadily revolutionizing how IT builds and delivers services.  According to recent statistics, more than 60% of businesses are using cloud...

If It's not Secure DNS, It's not Secure

Posted by Krupa Srivatsan

Posted: August 16, 2015 - 12:00:00 AM

All DNS is not created equal. There is your plain vanilla DNS that does the basic job of translating domain names to IP addresses. Fine.

Bit9+Carbon Black Integrates with Infoblox for Better Visibility and Automated Incident Response to Endpoint Threats