All three of our stories in this issue of the State of the Internet / Security report are about things most organizations arenít examining. Whether the cause is that organizations donít perceive some issues as important to their environment, if they donít have tooling to monitor these issues, or if the resources to monitor this traffic are not available, this traffic is often being overlooked.
Each of the stories in this issue of the State of the Internet / Security report looked at aspects of security (credential abuse/APIs/IPv6) that are often overlooked by the mainstream but are nevertheless important to day-to-day operations. These stories create a backdrop for what we expect to see in the upcoming quarters and years.
As many network administrators initiate their IPv6 migration projects, other IT professionals do not know where to begin. This white paper first describes the importance of securing the network against IPv6 threats well before the introduction of any IPv6 traffic. It then outlines the steps involved to begin securing a transitional IPv4/IPv6 network.
Tighter security requirements and ever-faster networks are placing extraordinary demands on UTM platforms. In order to accelerate network traffic while blocking new threats, enterprises must deploy specialized hardware/software security devices.
There are more people on earth than total IPv4 addresses, and they're expected to run out by the end of 2011. Preparing for the transition now can help you maintain business continuity during the changeover while taking advantage of immediate business benefits.
Published By: Infoblox
Published Date: Jun 11, 2012
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