My graduate professor at Johns Hopkins once told me that software engineering - when compared with civil engineering as a discipline- had progressed no further than the discovery of the right angle. He explained further that there is no silver bullet . . .
Businesses rely on their networks to stay connected and productive. When something goes wrong with the network, it can cause significant disruptions in workflow. That's why it's essential to have a network monitoring system to help you detect and fix problems before they cause any damage. This post will discuss seven key benefits of network monitoring.
After nearly two years of adopting major network and security changes wrought by COVID-19 and hybrid work, weary IT network and security teams didn’t need another big issue to take care of, but they have one: Stemming potential damage from the recently disclosed vulnerability in open source Java-logging Apache Log4j software.
Register.com, the second-largest domain name registrar, has acknowledged a security problem that could have allowed people to hijack others' Web sites. The problem allowed unauthorized access to the security software Register.com and its business partners use to manage Internet site information, . . .