While we’ve explained the ins and outs of the E-rate program during the five-part SonicWall E-rate Fear Less series, we wanted to use the final episode to explore the common questions about the E-rate program itself and how SonicWall cyber security solutions may be funded via the program. Episode Five: E-rate Fear Less Series Q&A Holly Davis interviews SonicWall software business development director John Mullen.
The latest cyberattack data from SonicWall shows increases across the board for global malware, ransomware, TLS/SSL encrypted attacks and intrusion attempts. Highlighting these new findings, the SonicWall Capture Advanced Threat Protection sandbox, with Real-Time Deep Memory Inspection (RTDMITM), discovered 1,099 new malware variants each day in April. This cyber threat intelligence, which is available in the SonicWall Security Center, maps the behavior of cybercriminals and the tactics they employ to breach the networks of businesses and organizations across the world.
Each week, SonicWall collects the cyber security industry’s most compelling, trending and important interviews, media and news stories — just for you. SonicWall Spotlight Real-Time Cyber Threat Intelligence Is More Critical Than Ever — Forbes SonicWall CEO Bill Conner discusses the importance of organizations utilizing real-time cyber threat intelligence as the cybersecurity landscape grows increasingly dangerous.
Each week, SonicWall collects the cyber security industry’s most compelling, trending and important interviews, media and news stories — just for you. SonicWall Spotlight New DHS National Cybersecurity Framework Sets Goals, Milestones — MSSP Alert As a result of the recent elimination of the White House cybersecurity coordinator role, SonicWall CEO Bill Conner is featured for his perspective and insight into what the move implies for the future of cybersecurity policy.
As we near the conclusion of the SonicWall E-rate Fear Less video series, you should be gaining more familiarity with E-rate program benefits and what’s required to submit bids to RFPs. Before you begin that process, it’s important to explore the technology infrastructure (specifically what’s eligible in Category Two) as defined within the E-rate program by Universal Service Administration Company (USAC) and how each relates to the E-rate funding process.
CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, has named two SonicWall employees, Michele Campbell and Dawn Ringstaff, to its prestigious 2018 Women of the Channel list, which recognizes top women in business for their vision, experience and influence in driving channel success. In addition to being named to the Women of the Channel list, Campbell has the additional honor of also being recognized as a 2018 Woman of the Channel Power 100 honoree.
On May 25, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will officially go into effect in the European Union (EU). As you may have noticed, many organizations have been notifying end-users — regardless of their location — of updates to their terms of service (TOS) and privacy policies. For the sake of simplicity, many companies are looking for vendors that help them align their privacy policies to adhere to compliance requirements worldwide versus having separate and distinct rules for every region.
On May 25, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will officially go into effect. Like with any major legal reform, questions arise about timing, application, ramifications and more. With the GDPR mandate’s focus on privacy and related data, questions have increased tenfold. SonicWall is working hard to ensure compliance with GDPR requirements.
Each week, SonicWall collects the cyber security industry’s most compelling, trending and important interviews, media and news stories — just for you. SonicWall Spotlight Cybersecurity Sourcebook 2018 Looks at Evolving Data Threat Landscape — Database Trends & Applications This article explains the serious need to safeguard data using key SonicWall threat data.
Did you know that wireless technology dates back to the 19th century? Through the years, great inventors like Michael Faraday, Thomas Edison and Nicola Tesla helped mold the concepts and theories behind electromagnetic radio frequency (RF). It wasn’t until 1997, however, that the first 802.11 technology was introduced, which is known as the 802.11 legacy standard today.