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 […]

iPower Technologies Arrests Hidden Malware from Body Cameras with SonicWall Firewalls

Note: This is a guest blog by Jarrett Pavao CEO iPower Technologies Inc., a Premier Partner for SonicWall Security, in South Florida. Every day viruses, malware and trojans infect IT infrastructure through a growing number of […]

Is Your Firewall Scanning SSL-Encrypted Traffic

If your firewall isn’t scanning SSL-encrypted traffic, then your network isn’t as safe as you think. Some reports indicate that by the end of 2016 two-thirds of all traffic on the internet will be encrypted. […]

Internet of Things (IoT) Challenges Solution Providers with Security Risks

A lot has happened in the last year across SonicWall Network Security Solutions. We have implemented a complete refresh of our SonicWall TZ Wireless firewall product line from top to bottom while expanding the portfolio with […]

Is Your Existing Security Solution Able to Protect Against Emerging Threats

Many deployed security solutions rely on a number of legacy products to provide layered security services. In addition, most customers are without security products that perform deep packet inspection (DPI) or SSL/TLS (DPI-SSL) inspection. This […]

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