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5G – the fifth-generation mobile networks standards – promises to disrupt both enterprises and the telecommunications world, as it will enable blisteringly fast communications among people […]
Networks carry traffic, similar to the way planes carry passengers, but the similarities don’t end there. The process of “deadheading” (as it’s known in the airline circles) is about leveraging existing routes to re-position crew for free; basically, piggybacking on an already incurred...
The Municipal Auditorium in New Orleans was opened on May 30th, 1930. The multi-purpose 7,853-seat arena is located within Louis Armstrong Park. The venue has a very long and rich history - hosting many concerts and events. The Municipal Auditorium was perhaps best known for hosting ...
A Story About Stadiums Along With Seismic Activity I find in my inbox several pitches a day for briefings, products, vendors, services, authors, books, blogs and other things to cover, write about or simply take their pitch and post it as is, or with some editing. Of course, there a...
We’ve seen many buzzwordy innovations in technology over the last decade, from cloud computing to big data to microservices and beyond – but artificial intelligence (AI) […]
The rise of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has shaped a new technology landscape for mission critical applications like environmental monitoring, seismic monitoring, and oil and gas field applications. For many of these applications, data or communication failure could lead t...
Maintaining Business Continuity With Mission-critical SaaS Applications SaaS applications are universal features of the modern business world. Unfortunately, they don’t always come with the guarantees that they should. No matter what kinds of software your clients license or use, they ...
Yahoo recently reported the largest hack in history, WikiLeaks is releasing hacked DNC emails at an alarming rate, and according to NBC News "the Obama administration is contemplating an unprecedented cyber covert action against Russia in retaliation for alleged Russian interference in...
As I sit in my home office in Myrtle Beach, SC awaiting Hurricane Matthew, my thoughts are with those in Florida who will receive a devastating punch from the storm. If you are in the hurricane path, please protect yourself. Go to a shelter or inland away from the storm surge and worst...
In the weeks since the revelation of the Panama Papers, the world of the rich and powerful has been reeling. A single cyberattack against Mossack Fonseca, […]
Before you go and try to fix a problem, it’s important to find out exactly what the problem is. This is something that seems to be getting harder and harder these days, especially when it comes to cryptography. Why am … Continue reading →
Hurricane Labs has recently had the opportunity to give back to some of our local classrooms here in the Cleveland area. Empowering students has been a positive reminder about how important local community involvement truly is and why we’re hopeful … Continue reading →...
Are you interested in learning how to create a bootable USB drive for the unattended install and configuration of a Check Point compliance firewall? In this screencast, Hurricane Labs’ Adam Army will walk you through this method, including what is required and … Continue re...
The simple answer is because it’s impossible to “get a grip” on cybersecurity. Recently, I was asked (*in a mild tone of irritation*), “Why is it that our government can’t seem to deal with this?” ‘This’ being the inability to … Con...
I’m going to tell you a little story about myself that might come as a surprise to those of you who know me. For those of you who don’t, yes ladies and gentlemen, I’m a giant nerd, might as well … Continue reading →
Impact Gives Way to Conflict and Shock Value When Determining What’s Newsworthy News is constantly changing and the factors that determine newsworthiness constantly evolve as well. The changes in what is defined as news and how that information is presented are primarily driven b...
EscrowTech maintains its primary offices at the Technology Law Center south of Salt Lake City, Utah. This is also where your deposited materials are stored – inside a dedicated, secure vault. The multiple levels of security that keep this site safe include video monitoring networks, ca...
Splunk 6.3 was released this year at .conf, Splunk’s annual conference. Some of the new features were expected, including faster performance, scheduler improvements, and so forth, along with others that were interesting and impressive, even though they may not have … Continue rea...
It’s time to stop just surviving the data storm that’s hitting your organization these days and begin harnessing the power of it to drive success and beat the competition. A Big Data guru outlines... Get the whole story and more on The Fast Tra
In this screencast, one of Hurricane Labs’ Splunk Administrators and Security Operations Analysts, Jeremy Nenadal walks you through a “How-To” for turning a Universal Forwarder into a Heavy Forwarder in Splunk. Performing this upgrade can be beneficial to your organiz...
Wishing you a safe and happy Labor Day from the entire team here at Plexxi. Enjoy the celebrations this weekend! Below please find a few of our top picks for our favorite news articles of the week. Enjoy! Enterprise Networking Planet: With SDN, Programmability is the Point By Arthur Co...
The following are some of the hot topics in the federal technology ecosystem (fromFedTechTicker.com and TopTechTicker.com):  Fed Tech Ticker How to Get Ahead of 2016: Ensuring Federal IT Can Adapt to Leadership Transitions - Nextgov Homeland Security Today: Invincea Addresses Billion D...
Let me begin by making one thing very clear… Something can be a REALLY good idea, and still be wrong. These two things are NOT mutually exclusive. The world of “security research” has recently begun overflowing with a sense of … Continue reading →
OK, go ahead… admit it. You listen to Sirius/XM Radio channels 8 and 9 only. You haven’t noticed who the president is since Bill Clinton left office. If you haven’t had your mid-life crisis, you’re thinking about having it soon. And you may still call your test tool Mercury LoadRunner,...
Deploying Check Point firewalls is a common task for the Operations team at Hurricane Labs. Whether it is a customer with a fresh installation, a new acquisition at a remote location, or replacing an existing solution, it all begins with … Continue reading →
  It’s time to take control of your threat landscape by increasing visibility and minimizing your attack surface. The chunks of untouched data floating around your network can be collected and correlated to establish intelligence and reduce uncertainty in your environment. H...
Federal technology news and analysis over the last month has been dominated by the OPM cybersecurity failures, and with good cause. We should all continue to track and learn from the lessons there. But there is also a danger that we will all focus too hard on that single topic when the...
  “We’ve learned that when security is done right, it’s done as a community.” -Heather Adkins, Director of Information Security, Google   Unity Leads To Victory… A major contributor to security success is individuals’ willingness to work to...
I woke up this morning to the devastating news about the earthquake in Nepal. Sitting here in California that destruction is literally on the other side of the world but my mind immediately went to thinking about my good friend Jeremy Geelan. See Jeremy and his family have been l...
WMN may provide a model for ensuring communications following the disaster. As nearly every American now has a mobile phone, with a WiFi radio, the basic requirements for a mesh network are already in our hands.
Caleb BenedictResearch Analyst, GIS/IoTGIS (geospatial information systems) are being used in new and unique ways by an increasing number of industries.  Earlier this year I interviewed SAP's Jim Brooks (SAP's Consumer Insights 365) and he shared how SAP in partnership with Mobile...
In case you missed them, here are some articles from August of particular interest to R users: R is the most popular software in the KDNuggets poll for the 4th year running. The frequency of R user group meetings continues to rise, and there are now 147 R user groups worldwide. A video...
5 out of 10 people in the cloud have experienced the benefit of disaster avoidance / recovery. Learn more in our survey of 1,257 cloud decision makers. In last week’s blog, we explored the rise of both disaster recovery (DR) concern and cloud adoption. In this third and final installme...
Cornerstone's annual European event to feature a line-up of leading talent management experts, including executives from Air Liquide, Deutsche Post DHL, LVMH and more London, UK: 3 September 2014 - Cornerstone OnDemand (NASDAQ:CSOD), a global leader in cloud-based talent management sof...
5 out of 10 people in the cloud have experienced the benefit of disaster avoidance / recovery. Learn more in our survey of 1,257 cloud decision makers. In last week’s blog, I talked about how Evolve IP provided business continuity to The John Glover Agency so that its employees could w...
I was visiting Napa Valley over the weekend, and at around 3:30AM on Sunday morning I awoke suddenly to what felt like some giant at the end of the bed shaking it as hard as he could. It was an earthquake. One of the scariest things about an earthquake is that when it happens, you have...
As summer winds down to an end, it’s tough to forget that winter 2013-2014 was one of the coldest on record in parts of the country, according to the government’s official monthly climate report released recently. The cold and snow had a direct impact on the bottom line of many b...
Wednesday 13 August, 2014 Japanese GDP contracted by 1.7% in Q2 2014, an annualised decline of 6.8%. This is the largest economic contraction in Japan since the 2011 earthquake. The contraction is primarily a result of an increase in Japan's sales tax, from 5% to 8%, in April ...
Novato, CA, August 05, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The solar photovoltaic system is roof-mounted, spanning nearly 36,000 square feet. The system is built with 1,700 ReneSola 305-watt solar panels, powering the new facility with clean, renewable energy, while reducing the load on the local utili...
Basingstoke, 29th July 2014 - Thales has been awarded a 10-year contract to support computerised control system services at all but two of EDF Energy's nuclear power stations in the United Kingdom. The Long Term Support contract, worth over £30m, was awarded by EDF Energy as part ...