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In 23 yrs as an IS Auditor I have done many technical tasks. In ISACA and other literature, I see NMAP listed as a free tool for network discovery/port scanning. I need to do an internal Network Administration and Security audit. I am hoping if you have u...
Chris A. Ward | 1/18/2018 6:47:17 AM | COMMENTS(1)
Understanding of Network & its changes is of utmost importance in a wide & dynamic environment. Can anyone recommend any automated agent less Network Discovery tools or solutions available in the market today for effective Network Visibility?
Ashish Paliwal | 1/14/2018 6:16:32 AM | COMMENTS(3)
Hi all.I'm looking for some advice to secure telecommunications over MPLS . There is a risk to send sensitive data over MPLS (example: Man in the middle attack)?Is neccesary to cipher the information sended by MPLS?,  How can it be done? Thanks.
Carlos J | 1/12/2018 2:19:18 AM | COMMENTS(1)
Can anyone recommend some good sources of annotated (labeled) datasets for network security tests and ML?
Dragan Pleskonjic | 11/10/2017 3:53:13 AM | COMMENTS(0)
Hello - Should a VOIP/SIP provider be responsible for providing a Service Organizations Control (SOC) report?
Casey760 | 6/9/2017 5:50:31 PM | COMMENTS(0)
Looking for some guidance on developing an audit program for a large audit of telephony infrastructure. What are the key risks in this area? Focusing on intenal telephony, VOIP and excluding mobile. Interested in hacking of telephone lines and denial of s...
Phil Doyle | 2/16/2017 12:14:06 PM | COMMENTS(1)

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shiny security tools with the latest bells and whistles mesmerize people. Too many companies deploy these tools without analyzing how the technology will be used or integrated with their security management structure
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Volume 6, 2017
by Marcin Jekot, CISSO, ISO 27001 LA, SSP and Yiannis Pavlosoglou, Ph.D., CISSP
Never has such an abstract concept of “things” taken to the consumer market so quickly. From printers to thermostats to washing machines and cars, devices are being rushed and fitted with wireless interfaces.
Volume 1, 2017
by Tatu Ylonen
Secure Shell (SSH), also known as Secure Socket Shell, is a cryptographic network protocol for operating network services securely over an unsecured network.
Volume 1, 2017
by Ravid Circus
Enterprises need to think of their entire network infrastructure—physical, virtual and cloud—in the same way that attackers do: a very large, diverse and geographically dispersed attack surface...
Volume 4, 2016
by Tony Wang
The growth in connected devices that could reside anywhere in the world has increased the complexity and difficulty of managing them and the related network traffic.
Volume 4, 2016
by Trevor J. Dildy, CCNA
Network access control (NAC) is the technique for network management and security that enforces policy, compliance and management of access control to a network.
Volume 4, 2016
SDN refers to all of the protocols and technologies that work in synchrony to create a global view of the network and provide a centralized, intelligence-based network service, delivery and control.

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Have you experienced ransomware attack so far and, if yes, what did you do to resolve? I set up Twitter poll here: It lasts for seven days. Thank you for taking part in the poll.
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16 Jan 2018
Is it possible to use crowd-sourced security intelligence to predict future events? For this exercise, experimental web site Security Predictions has been built to harness the ‘wisdom of crowds’....
Posted By : Dragan Pleskonjic | 3 comments
Information Security and Privacy is hot issue at present time. Number of security breaches is rapidly increasing.  In case of late detection, costs of breaches are skyrocketing. In the same time Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) are fast...
Posted By : Dragan Pleskonjic | 0 comments
My previous blog under name "Dragan on Security" was at location: It was active from August 28, 2005 to October 3, 2012. By beginning of 2017 it is moved to new location With possibility to...
Posted By : Dragan Pleskonjic | 0 comments
Liechtensteins Teilnahme an der 'European Cybersecurity Challenge' in DüsseldorfEdit articleUm was geht es genau?Die European Cybersecurity Challenge ist ein Wettbewerb für Nachwuchskräfte aus dem Bereich IT / InfoSec die sich für Cybersecurity interessie...
Posted By : Peter Huerlimann | 0 comments
For a long time, the main focus of most organization was to have a solid protected network perimeter, by installing the most powerful shiny firewall, IPS/IDS to avoid intruders to trespass inside their networks. The endpoint (host) protection was always c...
Posted By : Willian Guilherme | 1 comments