NSS Labs Affirms SonicWall Excellence in Security Value Map

On June 6, 2017, NSS Labs published its annual 2017 Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) Test Report and Security Value MapTM (SVM). For the first time in five years, NSS Labs did not place SonicWall in its […]

State of Encrypted Traffic – New Cyber Attacks Spreading via Use of Encryption

The earliest schemes of cryptography, such as substituting one symbol or character for another or changing the order of characters instead of changing the characters themselves, began thousands of years ago.  Since then, various encoding […]

Did WannaCry Perpetrators Ever Get Their Ransom?

Cyber criminals prefer to receive ransom in the cyber currency Bitcoin because it is anonymous. The truth is “sort of.” Let’s take a closer look at how Bitcoins work, and how the WannaCry perpetrators, possibly […]

Why You Can Not Afford to Ignore SSL Inspection

I often get asked, “Why should we implement SSL inspection? We just upgraded our security from stateful inspection to deep inspection. If something is encrypted, is it not encrypted for a reason, for being secure?” […]

Don’t Be Fooled by the Calm After the WannaCry Chaos: Continuously Toughen Your Security

Some consider WannaCry to be the first-ever, self-propagating ransomware attack to wreak havoc across the globe. The chaos that followed is yet another harsh wake-up for many, in a situation far too familiar.  Only this […]

This post is also available in: Portuguese (Brazil) French German Japanese Korean Spanish Chinese (Simplified)