ISN is excited to announce our inclusion onto the G-Cloud 12 framework, part of the UK’s official Digital Marketplace for the Public Sector. With our G-Cloud accreditation, ISN is qualified to support UK public sector organisations and agencies in their journey to move to the next generation of Cloud delivered Software Defined architecture, encompassing everything […]
The what’s and why’s of SD-WAN is a specific application of software-defined networking (SDN) technology applied to WAN. It’s a flexible software layer, which is logically separated from the WAN hardware infrastructure – accessed via the cloud or on-premises – reducing management complexity.
So, a very brief trip to Barcelona for the partner security day at Cisco Live 2019, it always amazes me how the flight costs less than a train ticket to London! The purpose of the partner day is to bring together Cisco’s EMEA security partners in one place and to provide an update on what’s […]
Managing today’s networks is a highly manual and error-prone process that makes it difficult to scale operations or operate with agility. So just imagine if you could provide network access in minutes for any user or device to any applications, without compromising on security.
The rapid development of networking technologies over the last 20 years has transformed enterprises around the globe and enabled innovations on many fronts – including the adoption of voice and video applications and seamless user access to corporate services.
When things are good and your business is healthy all the functions are working effectively and everything is great. A simple pathogen in the form of ransomware could bring all that productivity to a screeching halt…
Last week, Cisco released its 2018 Annual Cybersecurity Report which provides some powerful insights into the evolving cyber threat landscape. The report spotlights how cyber attackers are increasingly exploiting DevOps systems and services, which are often exposed if improperly deployed or left intentionally open for convenience.
Today’s businesses need a way to easily detect, identify and mitigate advanced threats like malware and ransomware – while enforcing an acceptable Internet-use policy across the company.
The proof-of-concept exploit is called KRACK, short for Key Reinstallation Attacks. The research has been a closely guarded secret for weeks ahead of a coordinated disclosure that’s scheduled for 8am Monday, East Coast time, US.
In May 2017 the WannaCry ransomware wrecked devastation across Europe – within just hours 200,000 machines were infected, with organisations like the NHS crippled by the biggest ever cyber attack in Internet history.