Posts Tagged ‘Network Security’

The convergent trends of BYOD, the consumerization of IT and mobility are causing rapid shifts in employees’ expectations for their work environment. Employees are driving the change by working remotely and on their own devices resulting in the workplace itself becoming increasingly flexible. These trends, combined with the blurring of boundaries between consumer and enterprise [...]

Chances are if you’re reading this blog, you understand how vital it is for enterprises today to secure remote access to their corporate networks. It looks like that understanding is becoming more widespread – according to recent research by TechTarget and Computer Weekly, network security topped the list of IT professionals’ networking priorities in 2014. [...]

*Editor’s note: This blog originally appeared as a guest post on the Interop Blog By: Rainer Enders, CTO, Americas at NCP engineering. The Android mobile platform and its oft-publicized security limitations, along with those of other mobile operating systems (OSs), are guaranteed to be a hot topic at this year’s Interop event. After all, they [...]

By Patrick Oliver Graf, General Manager, NCP engineering At the end of last year, we spent some time discussing a few projected network security trends for 2013. While there was room for debate on some topics, most people agreed that there was a clear need for more secure authentication methods. In hindsight, it appears that [...]

2012 has been quite the year for the mobile security industry. We’ve seen bring your own device (BYOD) come to the forefront of discussions, both in terms of its benefits and threats to network security. We’ve seen multiple strands of different trojans and malware that cost companies hundreds of thousands of dollars. Microsoft released Windows [...]