network security provider

network security provider

An organization that provides hardware, software and consulting to support an enterprise's network security endeavors. See network security.
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A GLOBAL network security provider revealed that more than three in 10 (33.3 percent) users in the Philippines were attacked by Internet-borne threats in the third quarter of last year.
Giovanni Vigna, co-founder of network security provider Lastline.
Dublin, Ireland-based mobile network security provider AdaptiveMobile has demonstrated protection against a range of sophisticated, stateful attacks on SS7 networks with one of the largest networks in APAC, the company said.
Mobile network security provider AdaptiveMobile is reporting continued spam being sent from North American iCloud users' accounts, resulting in these accounts being used to send hundreds of thousands of spam SMS messages to China, the company said.
Carlsbad, CA, June 17, 2016 --(PR.com)-- ThreatSTOP, Inc., a cloud-based network security provider, today announced the availability of its industry-leading automated threat protection service, the ThreatSTOP DNS Firewall, in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.
For many, the best way to accomplish that goal is to partner with a managed data and network security provider."
The network security provider is this week launching its FortiGate-3810D, a data centre firewall appliance with 100GbE interfaces and 300+Gbps throughput at its stand in Hall 1 at GITEX.
Oxygen, a regional secure mobility Value-Added-Distributor (VAD), and the network security provider, Fortinet, jointly conducted training for its key channel partners across Saudi Arabia.
7 January 2014 - US network security provider Palo Alto Networks (NYSE:PANW) said it had acquired cybersecurity company Morta Security, headquartered in the Silicon Valley, without providing any financial details.
"The fraud in many ways is what can really hit the banks' bottomline."The current attacks use similar methods as in the earlier assault, including using commercial servers to generate traffic and targeting firewalls or intrusion-detection systems, said Carl Herberger, a vice-president at Radware, a Tel Aviv-based network security provider working with some of the banks.
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