It’s not everyday you can get 300 intelligent, motivated and successful IT executives all in one place. But this past week at the Radware Executive Exchange, we saw administrators from all over the globe travel to Tel Aviv, Israel to discuss the latest application delivery controllers, data center evolution and attack mitigation offerings from Radware.
In three days, there was a mixture of IT presentations, as well as a number of breakout sessions, where customers could see the latest technology and tools offered by Radware, first hand.read more
Mobile World Congress 2012: When Intermingling Smartphones, IP phones, POTS lines and more, how do you maintain consistent quality of service?
It’s all in the delivery of the applications traversing the network. Visit Radware at the IMA partner booth (Hall 6 – C50)
Remember when you picked up the phone and could count on a dial tone and a clear connection? Voice communication was called a telephone; the service was POTS (plain old telephone service), and we dealt with only one provider — the telephone company that leased you the line and the equipment.read more
So far, when one mentioned mobile security, it meant two possible security attack vectors. They were either attacks at the network perimeter – such as high-volume Denial of Service (DoS) attacks at the network level – or attacks at the critical-infrastructure level (RADIUS, Diameter, LDAP servers, etc.) – which means targeted DNS or HTTP traffic attacks. Well, the mobile security landscape is now changing, introducing a new attack vector – mobile clients!read more