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Bradford Networks

Bradford Networks award-winning NAC solution lets you continuously assess network risks, and automatically remove vulnerable and compromised devices


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Barracuda Networks

Barracuda Networks award-winning solutions for content security, networking and application delivery and data storage, protection and disaster recovery.


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Security Solutions

Enterprise-class products and services for wired and wireless security needs and security awareness training, from a nationally-recognized security-focused integrator. Carolina Advanced Digital’s unique focus on security solutions is driven by its leadership team who began integrating security with infrastructure solutions more than a decade ago. Our approach to security takes in to consideration the client’s industry, current threats, existing enterprise architecture, and personnel skills for a tailored security program with a focus on wired and wireless security solutions. Working both through Carolina Advanced Digital’s Professional Services team and a team of strategically-selected partners, we’re able to offer a portfolio of security solutions that incorporate products and services as stand-along or integrated offerings. Security Technologies Security Products Security Services Security Technology Portfolio Gateway security: firewalls, NGFW, UTM, integrated security appliances Threat management: IDS, IPS and anomaly detection for wired and wireless Secure remote access: SSL-VPN, remote WiFi Wireless network security Profiling and monitoring: NAC and endpoint security Communication security: email , social media, and messaging protection Cryptography: encryption solutions and key management Disaster recovery: backup solutions for virtual environments, email, messaging and more Security awareness training, phishing platforms, and compliance reporting Security Product Portfolio Aruba Networks, an HPE company Barracuda Networks Bradford Networks Cisco Firemon Fortinet Infoblox KnowBe4 PhishMe SonicWALL Winmagic See Products Security Services Carolina Advanced Digital’s security services offerings extend well beyond the boundaries of the products solutions we offer. With services for security assessments and audits, configuration review and baselining, penetration testing including logical, physical and social engineering, web application security testing, forensics, and basic posture evaluation for people, processes, and technologies serving security functions. Read more...
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Security: Top Twitter Influencers to Follow [Techopedia]

By Techopedia Staff, find VP of Engineering Jennifer Minella Takeaway: Stay on top of the latest news and views on cybersecurity by following these top influencers on Twitter. If there’s one area of the tech industry that’s undoubtly growing – and growing fast – it’s security. According to a recent report by Big Market Research, the Internet security market is set to grow at a rate of 8.1% per year between 2014 and 2020. As Internet-based technology spreads into nearly all areas of government, retail, IT and telecommunications, the threat of malware, spam and viruses has become an increasingly pressing concern. Fortunately, it’s also an area where new security technology and insights continue to emerge. Want to stay on top of new developments in this area? We’ve compiled a list of the most influential voices who are talking about it on Twitter. Why this list? Well, it’s based on Twitter data culled according to content, follower/following ratios, frequency of tweets, blog popularity, the opinions of other IT security experts and influencers, and our own subjective judgment. Read...
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Security: The Good, the Bad, and the Alternative [DarkMatters]

from Norse Security Dark Matters I began this third blog post by begging the question, “are women underrepresented and smacked down in the Infosec community?” With an industry that is dominated by men — I blatantly stated that I had heard both sides of the coin. From problems with the good old boys club, sexual harassment at security conferences, and surviving the workplace in a woman-poor environment to my workplace is awesome and I could not have made it this far without male mentors. I wanted to know if women needed to “fight to be heard,” or did they feel that infosec was just like any other profession — where they could work their way to the top regardless of gender. I asked all the wrong questions… During my brief meandering into the realm of sexism in Infosec: I was sometimes smacked down for lack of clarification, and at the same time enlightened with alternative dialogues. Jennifer (Jabbusch) Minella, a network security engineer and consultant with Carolina Advanced Digital, Inc. had this to say at her Security Uncorked blog: Here’s where I come from; I grew up in this industry, but before I got here, I was a kid who loved science and math, and I had parents that nurtured that passion. My Dad taught me binary when I was but a wee lass. He taught me calculus early, because I demanded to know what the “sin” and “cos” buttons on the calculator meant. Being the math genius that he is, he used the opportunity to launch a full-scaled course, books and all. Maybe I’m privileged; maybe I had...
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