Today’s advanced threats are designed to evade detection. An explosion of zero-day threats challenges every one of us. In 2015 alone, our solutions blocked more than 8.19 billion attacks. And most recently, the onslaughts of ransomware attacks have escalated an environment of fear. How do you defend against unknown zero-day threats?
I like cars. All kinds of cars. From high speed racers, to utility pickups and even classics like the 1961 Corvette I’m looking to restore in my spare time. Partner programs are a lot like cars. Some are basic and get you from point A to point B. Others are high performance vehicles designed to thrill.
The following is a guest post from Sid Earley, Vice President, SonicWall Solutions Group, Tech Data Corp. The Peak 2016 conference is taking place next week from Aug. 28-31 in Las Vegas. The partner education conference offers an opportunity to learn and explore how to push beyond traditional boundaries and safely dive into cloud, mobility and the Internet of Things.
Note: This is a guest blog post by Eric Kohl, Vice President, Advanced Solutions, Network Security, Ingram Micro With a proliferation of devices and increasingly sophisticated threats driving expanded opportunity around security, I think we can all agree that it’s worth the time and trouble to build a robust security practice.
The way business professionals work has changed dramatically over the last several years, and continues to at an ever-growing rate. They are on the go and working from different locations across all hours using many devices to allow for a work/life balance. We have become an “always-on” society. Workers are also doing more work remotely, whether it be at a coffee shop, on the train to work, or on a business trip from a hotel room.
Well, it’s Peak16 time again at the Aria in Las Vegas. Did you enjoy Peak 2015? Then check this out ““ they are actually putting me on the main stage this year. If you thought that last year was entertaining, wait till you get a load me this time. Don’t miss my main stage presentation on Tuesday, August 30, “The Art of the Hack”.
Don’t try this at home….go with next-gen firewall experts Cyber attacks are relentless, and increasing in volume, intensity and sophistication. The sophistication of these attacks is beyond your wildest imagining. Do you have the security expertise to guard your business and customer data yourself? Today, more organizations are outsourcing to Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS).
Don’t try this at home”¦.go with next-gen firewall experts Cyber attacks are relentless, and increasing in volume, intensity and sophistication. The sophistication of these attacks is beyond your wildest imagining. Do you have the security expertise to guard your business and customer data yourself? Today, more organizations are outsourcing to Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS).
The following is a guest blog post by Michael Schwab, Co-President at D&H Distributing As a distribution sponsor of Peak 2016, we’re thrilled to enhance our ongoing relationship with SonicWall and meet with the company’s influential base of partners. At this year’s event at the Aria in Las Vegas, Nevada, Aug.
It can be tough to balance your personal life with work when your work is in network security. In my last post, I described how difficult it is for us in IT to defend against the kinds of attacks we see day in and day out. Worse, our own lives become less ours when the security systems we depend on to give us breathing room fall short of our reasonable expectations.