Six Tips for Selecting a Firewall Sandbox

Network firewalls have evolved from 1st generation simple packet filters to advanced devices that evolve so fast that labeling them as “next-generation (NG)” is the best way to classify them. They are often defined by […]

The SonicWall Security Threat Report 2016: Highlighting Trends in Exploit Kits

In February, we released our SonicWall Security 2016 Threat Report, and one of its highlights was a discussion on latest techniques and trends in exploit kits (EKs). EKs have become a key tool for cybercriminals […]

Combat the Staggering Rise of Zero-Day Threats

With the devastating rise of targeted, evasive, zero-day threats hitting IT infrastructures, computers, individuals and their devices, it is critical to have a multi-layer and revolutionary security solution. Today, at RSA Conference 2016, Feb. 29-Mar. […]

SonicWall’s Threat Report Reinforces There Is No Such Thing as “Trusted”

Today, we released the 2016 Security Annual Threat Report leveraging work by the SonicWall Threat Research Team. The annual report always raises questions from our customers and partners trying to understand what this means to them […]

How SonicWall Guards Against the Glibc Vulnerability

Two days ago, Google published a blog revealing the latest critical vulnerability (CVE-2015-7547) that affects all versions of a standard GNU C Library (glibc), a big component of Enterprise Linux, which is used widely in […]

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