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The state of application security is rapidly evolving and there is a need for a more frequent analysis of the threat landscape. Every month, join Setu Kulkarni, VP of Corporate Strategy and Business Development, alongside Zach Jones, Sr. Director Security Research, and other industry guests as they analyze key data points and trends, provide topical insights, and discuss what can be done to improve upon the current state of application security.
 
The SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap podcast provides you with a way to easily and quickly catch-up on the top next-generation IT infrastructure developments from the week. In this two-minute podcast, we cover the week's major news stories around topics such as SD-WAN, 5G, the IoT, AI, network security, containers, SDN, NFV, data centers, storage, and network and application performance management. Subscribe today to never miss an episode and visit an episode's webpage for more details on the ...
 
Columbia University in the City of New York and the Office of Information Technology Policy (OITP) of the American Library Association present Correcting Course: Rebalancing Copyright for Libraries in the National and International Arenas. Correcting Course offers a high-level briefing on developments in the United States and in international venues affecting the balanced interpretation and application of copyright. It promotes a renewed activism in support of fair use and the full complemen ...
 
Columbia University in the City of New York and the Office of Information Technology Policy (OITP) of the American Library Association present Correcting Course: Rebalancing Copyright for Libraries in the National and International Arenas. Correcting Course offers a high-level briefing on developments in the United States and in international venues affecting the balanced interpretation and application of copyright. It promotes a renewed activism in support of fair use and the full complemen ...
 
This category contains videos about Azure development and infrastructure services. Topics may include Azure App Service, Application Integration, Azure Media Service & CDN, IoT on Azure and Azure Messaging (Event Hub and Service Bus), Azure Cloud Service, Azure Service Fabric, Azure Virtual Machines (IaaS) and Batch, Azure Storage, Azure Networking, Azure Backup & Recovery, Azure Security, Linux and Docker on Azure, DevOps on Azure (Chef, Puppet, Salt, Ansible, Dev/Test Lab) and SDK support ...
 
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SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for July 23, 2021 Plus, Bharti Airtel gets SASE, and Canalys ranks cybersecurity champions Cisco targets "inexcusable" internet access divide, scores SASE deal; and Palo Alto Networks, Trend Micro, and Kaspersky tagged as cybersecurity champions. Cisco Confronts ‘Inexcusable’ Internet Access Divide India's Ai…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap for July 16, 2021 Plus, AT&T and Google tout progress, and FTC claims Broadcom is a monopolist Nokia nabbed the most network automation software revenue; AT&T's 5G rides Google Cloud to the edge; and Broadcom is slapped by the FTC. Nokia, Huawei, VMware Lead $4.4B Network Automation Market AT&T 5G Edge Shimmers On Go…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for July 9, 2021 Plus, IBM President Exits, and Intel Fights Cybercrime With Silicon Security HPE rolls Zerto continuous data protection into GreenLake; former Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst leaves IBM; and Intelsupercharges EDR. HPE Pays $374M for Zerto, Battles Dell for Cloud Data Services Dominance IBM Preside…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for July 2, 2021 Plus, Nutanix eyes a big market, and Nvidia and Google partner on AI for 5G Pat Gelsinger entices a VMware exec; Nutanix CEO has big financial plans; and Nvidia, Google target AI for 5G. Intel Poaches VMware’s Greg Lavender as CTO, Shakes Up Exec Staff Nutanix CEO Eyes $61B Market Opportunity…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for June 25, 2021 Plus, Rakuten Mobile cites poor telco software, and Oracle exec targets SAP Nvidia and Arm execs argue for their mega-deal; Rakuten Mobile slams AWS, Microsoft, Google software; and Oracle's Ellison again targets SAP. Nvidia, Arm CEOs Talk Troubled Merger Rakuten Mobile CTO: Telco Software ‘…
 
Download the supporting report here In this episode, we make a case for “Two Speed” Application Security to address the disparate needs of Legacy Applications and newer Greenfield Applications. In addition, hear about some simple takeaways for end users to protect themselves from potential application security vulnerabilities. Stay tuned for more u…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for June 18, 2021 Plus, Cisco updates its DNA Security Center, and VMware wants to expand the reach of its SASE Cisco unveils power-packed IoT edge routers, updates DNA Security Center; VMware takes SASE to the edge. Cisco Releases Industrial IoT Edge Routers Cisco Gives DNA Center a ThousandEyes, AIOps Boost…
 
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SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for June 11, 2021 Plus, Verizon launches a managed SASE platform, and Nokia updates its NetGuard product VMware is focused on XDR; Verizon adds managed SASE; and Nokia adds XDR to NetGuard. VMware Security Chief: ‘XDR Is Next Frontier for Us’ VMware Counts 30K Security Customers Verizon Taps Versa, Zscaler fo…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for June 4, 2021 Plus, Cisco hires a new open source head, and Dell Technologies warns of rough waters ahead Nutanix CEO crows about wins against VMware; Cisco hires a new open source head, and Dell Technologies claims COVID-19 challenges. Nutanix CEO Talks Layoffs, Wins Against VMware Cisco Hires Cloud-Nativ…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for May 28, 2021 Plus, SIEM and XDR is set to collide, and carriers get behind Qualcomm's 5G open RAN efforts Microsoft Adds to Azure Arc; XDR will force SIEM vendors to innovate or die; and Qualcomm's 5G open RAN efforts are applauded. Microsoft Adds Azure Arc Developer Depth Will XDR Kill SIEM? Global Opera…
 
Download the supporting report here Hackers are not always an adversary – they can be heroes too. This month we dive into the hacker mindset and review the insightful data points and trends that our teams are finding and analyzing. Special Guest: Casey Ellis, Founder and CTO at Bugcrowd Stay tuned for more upcoming episodes and reports on the AppSe…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for May 21, 2021 Plus, cybercrime is a big industry, and Palo Alto Networks boosts zero trust Cisco SecureX to gain Kenna boost, warns of cybercrime's financial impact; Palo Alto Networks updates its zero-trust security posture. Cisco Scoops Up Kenna Security Cisco CEO: Cybercrime Damages Hit $6 Trillion Palo…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for May 14, 2021 Plus, VMware names a new CEO, and IBM launches a power-packed chip design Google, CrowdStrike tout better-than-XDR deal; VMware shakes up its executive ranks; and IBM launched a 2-nanometer chip design. Is Google Cloud’s CrowdStrike Security Deal XDR? VMware Names Raghuram as CEO While Poonen…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for May 7, 2021 Plus, Fortinet pushes into 5G, and Dell sells Boomi IBM rides Zscaler into the SASE space; Fortinet targets 5G use cases; and Dell scores $4 billion for Boomi. IBM Gets SASE With Zscaler, Adds Zero-Trust Security Blueprints Fortinet Rings In Q1 With 5G Firewalls, BT SD-WAN Deal Dell Sells Boom…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for April 30, 2021 Plus, Apple pledges big U.S. investment, and Huawei updates its cloud efforts VMware boosts its RAN efforts; Apple pledges $430 billion toward U.S. jobs and 5G; and Huawei targets its cloud rivals. VMware Tilts Into vRAN Telco Cloud, Dish Gets First Dibs Apple Pledges $430B Investment for 2…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for April 23, 2021 Plus, Juniper sees a Cloud Metro future, and Dish will ride AWS for 5G Palo Alto Networks thinks XDR is smarter than EDR; Juniper views a cloudy metro future; and AWS will power Dish's 5G network. Palo Alto Networks’ Nir Zuk: EDR Is ‘Really Stupid Idea’ Juniper Networks Mounts Cloud Metro V…
 
Download the supporting report here Read about the SAP CVE: SAP Security Notes March 2020: Two Critical Patches Released to Protect Solution Manager from Cyberattacks Watch Simon Sinek's Ted Talk: Start with Why - How Great Leaders Inspire Action Let’s talk about how a security program’s culture and team can work together to form the foundation of …
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap for April 16, 2021 Plus, IBM's infrastructure spin off gets a name, and VMware, Dell Technologies quest for a fungible edge Microsoft will pay $19.7 billion for Nuance Communications; IBM's infrastructure spin off has a new name: Kyndryl; and VMware and Dell Tech have joined the Open Grid Alliance. Microsoft Will Pay…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap for April 9, 2021 Plus, VMware injects Knative into Tanzu, and AT&T adds Cisco's Teleworker Verizon's 5G edge plan taps AWS' Outposts; VMware Tanzu gains Knative support; and AT&T pops Cisco's Telework into its SD-WAN. Verizon Adds AWS Outposts to 5G Edge Plan VMware Taps Knative for Tanzu Kubernetes Abstraction AT&T…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for April 2, 2021 Plus Cisco Duo finally goes passwordless, and Zscaler partners with CrowdStrike Cisco launches its NaaS platform and passwordless security option for Duo; Zscaler and CrowdStrike zero-in on zero-trust. Cisco Jumps Into NaaS Arena Cisco Duo Debuts Passwordless Security Zscaler, CrowdStrike Te…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for March 26, 2021 Plus, VMware acquires Mesh7 and Orca Security closes a big Series C Cloudflare magically enhanced its SASE; VMware bought cloud-native security startup Mesh7; and Orca scored a whale of a Series C. Cloudflare SASE Magically Solidifies VMware, Aruba SD-WAN VMware Buys Mesh7, Joins Cloud-Nati…
 
Download the supporting report here Applications are part of complex, connected systems with unpredictable amounts of interactions between other applications and APIs. Are our security programs strong enough to prevent supply chain type attacks? Stay tuned for more upcoming episodes and reports on the AppSec Stats Flash website.…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap for March 19, 2021 Plus, CrowdStrike, Trend Micro target XDR, and Nokia scores a trio of hyperscaler deals Oracle's Ellison digs at SAP; cybersecurity vendors zero-in on XDR; and Nokia scales its cloud ambitions with hyperscaler deals. Oracle’s Ellison Digs at SAP; Investors Not Impressed CrowdStrike, Trend Micro Fac…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for March 12, 2021 Plus, AT&T rides Nokia's vRAN, and McAfee makes a hard pivot AT&T taps Fortinet for managed SASE, Nokia for a vRAN trial; and McAfee sells its enterprise business for $4 billion. AT&T Taps Fortinet for Managed SASE AT&T’s vRAN Test With Nokia Emboldens Open RAN Vision McAfee Sells Enterpris…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for March 5, 2021 Plus, IBM launches its Cloud Satellite, and HPE unveils its 5G O-RAN stack Cisco seeks private 5G simplification; IBM ropes partners into its Cloud Satellite orbit; and HPE opens up on 5G O-RAN plans. Cisco Reveals Private 5G Enterprise Vision IBM Cloud Satellite Boosted to GA Orbit HPE Debu…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for Feb. 26, 2021 Plus, Palo Alto Networks slides by SolarWinds, and Ericsson tops the 5G vendor space VMware loses a top telecom, 5G, and edge executive; Palo Alto Networks XDR slays SolarWinds; and Ericsson tops Huawei and Nokia. VMware Telecom, 5G, Edge Cloud Exec to Exit Palo Alto Networks CEO: XDR Protec…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap for Feb. 19, 2021 Plus, Cockroach Labs scores a tie between cloud hyperscalers, and 650 Group lays out the top SASE vendors Palo Alto Networks readies a flexible firewall; Amazon, Microsoft, and Google remain close; and Zscaler, HPE, and Cisco top the SASE market. Palo Alto Networks Joins Flexible Firewall Party. Wil…
 
Download the supporting report here. Learn more about HTTP Strict Transport Security. It's 2021 and we have more detailed security breach data than ever. Then how is the state of application security still so dismal and what if we look at it with a different intent? In this volume, we discuss how application security, both for web and mobile, can b…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap for Feb. 12, 2021 Plus, Telus taps Google Cloud, and Rakuten Mobile dismisses critics Fortinet gets hit by security flaws; Google Cloud scores a MEC, 5G deal with Telus; and Rakuten blames spectrum for network performance woes. Fortinet Firewall, Web Apps Hit by Security Flaw Telus Inks 10-Year Google Cloud Deal Raku…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for Feb. 5, 2021 Plus, Comcast taps Cisco Meraki for an at-home VPN, and SK Telecom selects Dell and VMware for a MEC box AWS' Jassy is tapped to lead Amazon; Cisco's Meraki scores a Comcast VPN deal; and SK Telecom selects Dell and VMware to power its enterprise MEC box. AWS’ Andy Jassy to Replace Jeff Bezos…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap for Jan. 29, 2021 Plus, Palo Alto Networks updated its Prisma security, and Samsung unveiled its fully virtualized 5G RAN kit Cisco updated its Catalyst router portfolio; Palo Alto Networks bolstered its Prisma security; and Samsung fully virtualized its 5G RAN kit. Cisco Adds 5G Option to Catalyst Router Portfolio P…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap Podcast for Jan. 22, 2021 Plus, Intel and Cybereason target CPU-level ransomware, and Cisco inks deal with Inphi on co-packaged optics Google nabs Nokia to target 5G service providers; Intel integrates Cybereason to battle ransomware; and Cisco is working with Inphi on co-packaged optics. Nokia Links Cloud-Native 5G …
 
Download the supporting report here. In this month’s AppSec Stats Flash, we will dive into the first 3 key metrics when evaluating the current state of application security as well as broach the topic of shared responsibility for security as is implied by DevSecOps. Stay tuned for more upcoming episodes and reports on the AppSec Stats Flash website…
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap for Jan. 15, 2021 Plus, Cisco pays up for Acacia, and Lacework scores a big Series D funding round Intel lures Pat Gelsinger to replace retiring CEO Bob Swan; Cisco coughs up more for Acacia; and Lacework collects cash to battle Palo Alto Networks. VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger Set to Flee for Intel Gelsinger’s Departure …
 
SDxCentral 2-Minute Weekly Wrap for Jan. 8, 2021 Plus, Microsoft admits a deeper impact from the SolarWinds hack, and VMware sues its former COO The Open19 Foundation gains Cisco backing, joins the Linux Foundation; Microsoft cops to deeper SolarWinds breach impact; and VMware sues its former COO. Linux Foundation Gobbles Open19, Adds Cisco SolarWi…
 
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Dec. 18, 2020 Plus, AWS predicts the end to "IoT," and VMware remains high on Tanzu AWS snares more than a dozen SD-WAN vendors into its VPC, predicts the demise of IoT; and VMware wants to pave the world with Tanzu. AWS Blends Cisco, 12 Other SD-WAN Vendors Into VPC AWS Exec Predicts IoT Namesake’s Demise VMware’s Plan t…
 
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Dec. 11, 2020 Plus, Huawei continues to dominate, and Nutanix swipes a VMware executive Zscaler claims SASE has killed network security; Huawei shrugs off U.S.-led efforts; and Nutanix names a VMware COO as its new CEO. Zscaler CEO: Network Security Is Dead. Long Live SASE Huawei Dominates Nokia, Ericsson, Dell’Oro Says N…
 
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Dec. 4, 2020 Plus, Nokia is seeing an executive exodus, and the chip space is heating up Fortinet, Check Point, Palo Alto top Gartner's firewall report; Nokia's re-organization is claiming executive casualties; and the silicon market continues to sizzle. Fortinet, Check Point, Palo Alto Networks Top Gartner Firewall Repor…
 
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Nov. 20, 2020 Plus, Ericsson remains cautious on open RAN, and Gartner's latest WLAN ranking shows a clear divide Cisco buys Banzai Cloud to boost its cloud native focus; Ericsson sees a bifurcated open RAN market; and Juniper, Aruba, Cisco, and Extreme are Gartner WLAN champs. Cisco Buys Another Kubernetes Startup Banzai…
 
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Nov. 13, 2020 Plus, Extreme targets Cisco and Aruba, and HPE begins to integrate its SD-WAN platforms Cisco unveiled an unpatched VPN flaw; Extreme eyes Cisco and Aruba; and Silver Peak gains Aruba's ClearPass. Cisco Discloses Zero-Day VPN Bug Without a Fix Extreme Bets On Cloud to Unseat Cisco, Aruba Silver Peak SD-WAN C…
 
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Nov. 6, 2020 Plus, Dish sidesteps its 5G deadline, and Nokia hits reset Arista targets Cisco's campus dominance; Dish finagles its 5G schedule; and Nokia's new CEO launches a re-org. Arista Posts Q3 Beat, Targets Cisco With $200M Campus Goal Dish Network Sidesteps 2020 5G Timeline Nokia Leader Tees Up Major Reorganization…
 
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Oct. 30, 2020 Plus, Cisco unwraps new silicon, and COVID-19-linked cybersecurity measures will linger Aruba bumps Cisco from the Pentagon; Cisco's Silicon One births six new chips; and pandemic-linked cybersecurity measures are set to last. Aruba Bumps Cisco From the Pentagon Cisco’s Silicon One Portfolio Gets 6 New Chips…
 
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Oct. 23, 2020 Plus, Cisco catalyzes its router line up, and Verizon taps Microsoft for a private edge Juniper adds 128 Technology to its Mist plans; Cisco revamps its router range; and Verizon adds Microsoft to its edge plans. Juniper Jumps On SD-WAN Vendor 128 Technology Cisco Unifies Services Routers Under Catalyst Umbr…
 
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Oct. 16, 2020 Plus, AT&T sells some European assets, and a Microsoft survey found strong IoT support Cisco is slashing 9% of its workforce; AT&T takes a small bite out of its debt load; and a Microsoft survey is high on IoT. Cisco Slashes Workforce by 9%, Contradicts Previous Pledge AT&T Shrivels Leading Into ‘Existential…
 
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Oct. 9, 2020 Plus, Nvidia eyes data center domination, and IBM slashes some of its legacy operations Palo Alto's Unit 42 found flaws in AWS deployments; Nvidia rolls new DPU, data center architectures; and IBM is all-in on cloud. Palo Alto Networks Exposes Multi-Million-Dollar Cloud Misconfigurations Nvidia DPU Eyes Data …
 
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Oct. 2, 2020 Plus, Gartner's WAN Edge leaders gets crowded, and Arista is buying Awake Security Samsung's 5G will ride Red Hat's OpenShift; Gartner counts six WAN Edge Infrastructure leaders; and Arista buys Awake to target Cisco. Red Hat Scores Samsung OpenShift 5G Deal SASE, Acquisitions Drive SD-WAN Competition, Gartne…
 
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Sept. 25, 2020 Plus, VMware VNFs its SD-WAN to Equinix's Edge, and Ericsson acquires Cradlepoint HPE HCI outgrows Dell and Nutanix; VMware adds SD-WAN VNFs to Equinix's Network Edge; and Ericsson buys Cradlepoint for $1.1 billion. HPE Scorches Dell, Nutanix Hyperconverged Revenue Growth VMware SD-WAN, SASE Expands to the …
 
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Sept. 18, 2020 Plus, AT&T CEO expects ongoing economic upheaval, and Dell plans job cuts Palo Alto Networks updated its SD-WAN platform; AT&T CEO John Stankey girds for more economic upheaval; and Dell is cutting jobs. Palo Alto Networks Updates SD-WAN With AIOps, New Hardware AT&T CEO Warns U.S. Economy Will Worsen Dell …
 
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for Sept. 11, 2020 Plus, T-Mobile's intricate 5G tapestry, and Nutanix CEO explains why he is leaving Samsung's gain is Nokia's loss; T-Mobile's 5G runs on Cisco, Ericsson, and Nokia; and COVID-19 impacts Nutanix's future. Samsung’s Massive Verizon 5G Contract Spells Doom for Nokia How T-Mobile Weaved Cisco, Ericsson, Nokia I…
 
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