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Ensure You Are Protected against Wi-Fi Vulnerabilities

by Craig Risi on Web Application Firewall • June 3, 2021

Wi-Fi connectivity is something we have come to take for granted and see as a basic human right. It’s perhaps quite scary to think of the extent to which we all rely on this particular piece of technology, while many of us are oblivious to the significant vulnerability threat that Wi-Fi poses. One of the most common Wi-Fi vulnerability threats is Wi-Fi encryption attacks.

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Replace your Microsoft TMG with Snapt Aria

by Craig Risi on Snapt Aria • May 26, 2021

Companies facing the end of life of Microsoft’s Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) are at risk of losing one of their critical pillars of defense against vulnerabilities. With its powerful firewall and web cache solution, TMG has provided a good foundation for protecting many against external threats while also improving the application performance.

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The Journey of an Online Gaming Session

by Craig Risi on Cloud • May 12, 2021

It’s the end of the day, you finally get a chance to sit down in front of the TV, reach for that gaming controller and prepare to unwind over a couple of sessions with fellow gamers from around the globe.  One of the benefits of our online world is that we can easily boot up a game, log in to an online portal and begin a gaming session with people anywhere in the world, in a manner of seconds. As instantaneous as it all seems, there is a whole host of operations going on in the background enabling gamers to enjoy their favorite pastime. The ability to instantly interact with people from across the globe is nothing short of a marvel of engineering. 

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To DevOps or Not DevOps?

by Craig Risi on DevOps • May 6, 2021

The problem with industry buzzwords like "DevOps" is that companies feel they need to attach themselves to them in order to remain relevant and retain talent. While wanting to be on the cutting edge of technology is admirable for any company, too often it leads down a path of adopting concepts they don’t fully understand and aren’t prepared for. 

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Nine Steps to Building Secure Software

by Craig Risi on Security • April 13, 2021

Cybersecurity may be improving all the time, but it is increasingly outmatched by the ingenuity and creativity of hackers, who keep finding new ways to discover and expose vulnerabilities across very complex ecosystems. We’ve seen some big hacks over the past few years across many industries, and now there is yet another big one that has impacted Microsoft and its Exchange Server, which manages emails and web access for thousands of companies.

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8 Steps to Becoming Cloud-Native

by Craig Risi on DevOps • March 25, 2021

The cloud was one of the biggest game-changers in the software development world. It has drastically changed the way that we develop software for a global audience. However, moving to the cloud is far more than just migrating your software systems. It requires a change in the way you think about software design and development, and before you can make this move, you need to understand what it means to design software with a cloud-native mindset.

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Why You Should Switch to a Cloud-Native Software ADC

by Bethany Hill on ADC • March 17, 2021

Hardware is comforting. When you own a hardware application delivery controller (ADC), you know that you control it—the box, the NIC, the power supply, the whole deal. This control has been the primary attraction for spending seven figures to plunk a giant ADC in front of your entire application infrastructure. That said, the world has changed—and then it changed again.

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