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  • In an era of "lean IT," the centralized management capabilities of cloud-managed Wi-Fi make it an attractive option to manage and maintain wireless LANs (WLANs) across multiple locations. The decision to move WLAN management to the cloud requires one key assurance: end–to–end security from user devices to the cloud. This means that user data must be protected over the WAN and in the data center. These security measures should not require on-staff WLAN security expertise to manage. And security …

  • Most experts believe that it's not IF your network will be compromised, but WHEN. The volume of users and devices, especially with large-scale adoption of IoT, makes the university campus an easy target for a breach. ¬†Are you confident that your network is smarter than users, devices, and hackers? Check out the solution overview to see how Aruba ClearPass allows you not just to see what's on your network, but also to build wired and wireless policies based on user roles, devices types, location, and more.

  • Internet of Things security brings its own unique challenges. With the variety of connected applications and devices in operation now in the hundreds of thousands, it's critical to ensure your IoT-related security standards are up to the task. In this white paper, Rob Black, CISSP Senior Director of Product Management at PTC explores IoT security best practices including: Data and network encryption Audit trails Granular permissions and visibility Secure Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Download …

  • While ransomware has received the most headlines, other cyberthreats have grown in their severity as well. If you're an IT service provider, dealing with the sheer variety of attacks today requires that you take a broad, layered approach to security for your clients. But where do you begin? This white paper presents a model for providing comprehensive layered security to managed services clients. By working within this framework, you can systematically approach each client's network (or even your own) and know …