DMZ Setup and Configuration News
November 10, 2014
Mergers and acquisitions present opportunities for attackers interested in valuable data, but experts say most enterprises fail to perform a network security assessment before proceeding with a deal.
October 13, 2011
Improperly configured network devices and the inability to measure the network security posture make most IT organizations incapable of finding gaps in their systems, according to a new survey.
July 29, 2010
An analysis of 120 security assessments at power plants, oil and chemical refineries and other critical systems revealed tens of thousands of security vulnerabilities, outdated operating systems and unauthorized applications.
May 21, 2007
Users hail the new compatibility of Microsoft NAP and the Trusted Computing Group's TNC architecture. But they say it won't speed up their adoption timetables.
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Are read-only domain controllers a more secure option for setting up domain services in a DMZ than using a separate domain? Expert Kevin Beaver explains. Continue Reading
In computer networks, a DMZ (demilitarized zone) is a physical or logical sub-network that separates an internal local area network (LAN) from other untrusted networks, usually the Internet. Continue Reading
Enterprise network security expert Kevin Beaver compares and contrasts the roles of inbound firewalls and outbound firewalls. Continue Reading
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VMware's reference architecture, Hybrid DMZ Reference Designs, brings network connectivity to vCloud Air data centers. But is it really based on the DMZ, as its name implies? Continue Reading
DMZ networks were once widely used by enterprises, but are they still common today? Expert Judith Myerson explains why DMZs may be a good security option for some organizations. Continue Reading
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If your enterprise struggles to manage network security rules effectively, expert Eric Cole explains why a tiered network may simplify rules management and protect sensitive assets. Continue Reading
This mini learning guide will cover best practices for achieving and maintaining a secure network architecture, discussing several aspects of DMZ security and VLAN security. Continue Reading
Learn how to employ effective endpoint security controls, technologies and policies, and well as define methods and techniques for a multilayered endpoint defense system. Continue Reading
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Matthew Pascucci discusses virtual security gateway appliances and whether they are a virtual data center necessity or just an overhyped product. Continue Reading
When designing a secure network segmentation, monitoring, logging and encryption should be a priority. Matt Pascucci explains in this expert Q&A. Continue Reading
Transferring files from a DMZ to an internal FTP server can be risky. In this expert response, Anand Sastry explains how to use SFTP automation to lock it down. Continue Reading