Posts Tagged ‘Security’

DPI is not a Four-letter Word!

As founder and CTO of Ellacoya Networks, a pioneer in DPI, and now having spent the last year at Arbor, a pioneer in network-based security, I have witnessed first hand the evolution of Deep Packet Inspection. It has evolved from a niche traffic management technology to an integrated service delivery platform. Once relegated to the […]

Highlights of Arbor Networks’ Fourth Annual Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report

Highlights of Arbor Networks’ Fourth Annual Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report Presenters: Tom Bienkowski, Director of Product Marketing, Arbor Networks Danny McPherson, Vice President and Chief Security Officer, Arbor Networks Description: For the past four years Arbor Networks has conducted a survey of many of the world’s network operators. This survey covers topics such as: Most […]

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Twitter is a free service that lets you keep in touch with people through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing? Join today to start receiving Arbor Networks updates, or add http://twitter.com/arbornetworks to your favorites! UPDATED to fix the HREF. Thanks to all who noted it to us […]

New attack patterns emerge in 2009

Botnets were just the beginning. The bad guys will continue to use these to try and steal your data, but more sophisticated attacks over the application layer and targeted network attacks are on the way.  In this Network World Podcast, Danny McPherson from Arbor Networks discusses the new ways that hackers will be trying to […]

2008 Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report

Growing financial pressures, unforeseen threats, and a volatile and rapidly changing business landscape — apt descriptions for both the world economy and this years Worldwide Infrastructure Security Survey. Arbor Networks once again has completed a survey of the largest ISPs and content providers around the world. Some 70 lead security engineers responded to 90 questions […]