Machine Learning Trends and Its Use in Automated Security Networks There’s good news, and there’s bad news. The good news is that the volume of big data is steadily on the rise. The bad news is that attack tools/malware that break into systems hoarding this valuable big data have become increasingly sophisticated
Network Asset Inventory Best Practices Network Asset Inventory is important because it helps users keep track of the types of devices on the network, the versions of those devices, serial numbers, licenses etc. Networks are made up of both hardware and software components. The hardware components include CPUs, RAMs, storage devices, security
How to Visualize Network Data When working with interconnected systems like the devices in a network, it is important that all the components are monitored. Any device that is linked with another device can affect that device in one way or another. Organizations often operate using a large network of devices. To keep
Use Case: Upgrading Fortinet Gateways Abstract One of the most time consuming and risky tasks while maintaining your security infrastructure is related to the process of updating devices to the latest stable version of software. In most cases, upgrading to a new, minor or major software release will be
Network Inventory Made Easy: 5 Simple Steps Network Inventory is the best way to keep track of all components of a network. Without network inventory, it is difficult to keep the network functioning effectively. License renewals, connections between devices, security update schedules, IP addresses, the location of devices and much more can
Use Case: Automating Device Discovery Population in BackBox Through API enabled CMDB and Ticketing Systems (task automation) Abstract Organizations are using multiple, ever growing in complexity, workflow tools and network management databases. Managing the inventory of devices across multiple management interfaces and applications is getting more and more difficult.
Never Guess Again with Great Network Documentation In networked systems everything is connected to everything else and the whole entity can be quite complex. While networking is required when working with a large number of machines, it also poses certain problems that need to be overcome. One of the main problems with
What is Distributed Network Architecture And How Does it Benefit Your Organization? A distributed network architecture is a system that comes with several advantages that can significantly benefit your organisation. A distributed network architecture takes care of three main aspects of systems with large networks. With distributed network architecture a single central
Use Case: Smarter CheckPoint Upgrades Using BackBox. BackBox’s approach to upgrades allows an organization to save valuable time and money. Define upgrades to run on a schedule or execute one with a single-click. By using BackBox solution, the upgrading of an entire environment now takes only hours, instead of days or weeks.
The Importance of Backup Verification It is an established fact that every company needs to back up their files. Having an extra copy of everything saved at another location is essential in the event that files on one network get corrupted or accidentally erased. Backup and recovery processes are an integral