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Force 3 LLC
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April 19, 2017
How can federal agencies use software to automatically identify and respond to threats in their environments? In Episode 9 of our Through the Firewall podcast, Charles Fullwood, director of software engineering at Force 3, discusses how IBM’s QRadar and Resilient products can automate threat detection and response, saving time and effort, while developing best practices for the threats they face.
Oct. 26, 2016
With the nearly $500 million acquisition of Lancope in October 2015, Cisco cemented its commitment to its Security Everywhere strategy. Through its StealthWatch system which uses next-gen technology to not only track network activity in real-time, but also to discover and report anomalous activities. In Episode 8, part 1 of our Through the Firewall podcast, Greg Kushto, director of security and enterprise networking, shares what we’ve seen in the year that’s passed since the acquisition. Later, Greg delves into the business benefits for Cisco and how it could change the IT security landscape through products such as StealthWatch. In part two Chris Crider, senior technical consultant, picks up where Greg leaves off by diving deep into the technical aspects of StealthWatch. Chris talks about how it can be used to monitor network data in a way that other iterations of network analytics are unable to do. He also discusses the problems it solves such as insider threats (think Edward Snowden) and bandwidth utilization issues.
Oct. 24, 2016
In part two Chris Crider, senior technical consultant, picks up where Greg leaves off by diving deep into the technical aspects of StealthWatch. Chris talks about how it can be used to monitor network data in a way that other iterations of network analytics are unable to do. He also discusses the problems it solves such as insider threats (think Edward Snowden) and bandwidth utilization issues.
Oct. 20, 2016
With the nearly $500 million acquisition of Lancope in October 2015, Cisco cemented its commitment to its Security Everywhere strategy. Through its StealthWatch system, Lancope uses next-gen technology not only to track network activity in real-time, but also to discover and report anomalous activities. In Episode 8, part 1 of our Through the Firewall podcast, Greg Kushto, director of security and enterprise networking, Greg Kushto what we’ve seen in the year that’s passed since the acquisition. Later, Greg delves into the business benefits for Cisco and how it could change the IT security landscape through products such as StealthWatch.
Aug. 24, 2016
DevOps. It's a term that's exploded in the past few years. But what exactly does it mean? What are it's benefits? And how can you implement it in your enterprise or agency? Episode 6 of our Through the Firewall podcast give you an introduction to DevOps. With Technical Consultant Ryan Wolfe, we explore the background of the term and how's its evolved beyond its software development origins. We'll discuss the DevOps intersection of technology and culture and how anyone, even you, can put its principles to work today. Grab a cup of coffee and get ready to learn!
Aug. 10, 2016
As we wrap up our Intro to DevOps episode of Through the Firwall, we look forward. As mentioned, DevOps touches as almost every aspect of your IT environment. So, what might we discuss in more detail in future episodes? Ryan Wolfe lists some possibilities.
June 1, 2016
When is SDN automation appropriate for an organization? When can it benefit an organization? These fundamental issues are different for each agency or company, but there are some general guidelines to follow. Rob Chee lays out what they are in the last segment of our SDN automation Through the Firewall podcast.
May 18, 2016
SDN might be an emerging technology, but it's already proven its value and countless organizations. As SDN automation emerges in a similar manner, how are enterprises and federal agencies approaching it? What are the trends for adoption or the features/value people are most excited about?
May 11, 2016
Setting up SDN automation comes with its challenges. But a new set of challenges arises on Day 2. Once the engineers who installed the solution leave, are you and your organization prepared to maintain the system? If you're not sure, Part 6 of Through the Firewall podcast examines the services and training necessary for long-term SDN automation success.
April 27, 2016
So you've decided on a SDN automation solution. What next? What can you expect during implementation and what are some common challenges many organizes face? Rob Chee explains that the biggest challenge might not be technical, but organizational in Part 4 of Through the Firewall podcast.