Resources

An overview of security and networking definitions, cybersecurity concepts explained and more resources.

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What is Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP)?

Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP) installs or updates the software on your new devices without you having to do anything.

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What is a NOC?

A Network Operations Centre (NOC) is a centralised place where information technology teams can monitor the performance and health of a network on a continuous basis. The NOC is the very first line of protection against network disturbances and outages.

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What is Passive Optical LAN?

Passive Optical LAN speeds up your local network and simultaneously brings down maintenance and hardware costs.

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What is DDI?

DDI is a combination of DNS, DHCP and IPAM. It describes the integration of these three core components of networking into one management solution.

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What is a SOC?

SOC is the abbreviation for Security Operations Center. The SOC security team uses a combination of technology solutions and a strong set of processes.

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What is EDR?

Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) is an integrated endpoint security solution that combines real-time monitoring and the collection of endpoint data with rule-based automated response and analysis capabilities.

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Whitepaper: Understanding the basics of cybersecurity

By understanding the basics of cybersecurity you will be comfortable in a security conversation. Get your 70+ pages to learn more about cybersecurity.

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What is cyberdefence?

Cyberdefence is the ability to prevent cyberattacks from infecting a network, computer system or device. It involves taking active steps and responding to intrusions, all while preventing them as much as possible.

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What is a managed SOC?

Every organisation wants to be protected against cyber attacks. Protection against cyber attacks gets harder every day, as the attacks become more complex, are ever-evolving, and are increasing in numbers.

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What is Kaseya ransomware?

On July 2nd 2021 a massive supply-chain ransomware attack on the software company Kaseya took place. The group REvil was behind this attack.

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What is the SOC visibility triad?

The SOC visibility triad provides a multi-layered and network-centric security approach with SIEM, NDR and EDR. Find out what it is and how it works.

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ZTNA - What is it and why do you want it?

ZTNA stands for Zero Trust Network Access. It ensures that you give secure access to private applications without giving the user access to the enterprise network.

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How to work from home safely?

Recommendations and precautions that are necessary to work from home safely, including secure remote access and what employees can do to improve security when working from home.

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What is ransomware?

Ransomware is malicious software used to encrypt computer systems, files and personal information. Once infected by ransomware, a message or ‘ransom note’ is displayed demanding payment for decryption.

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What is SOAR?

SOAR (Security Orchestration, Automation and Response) enables organisations to streamline security operations in three key areas: Threat and vulnerability management, incident response and security operations automation.

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What is SASE (Secure Access Service Edge)?

SASE or Security Access Service Edge addresses the model of the data centre as the key element in enterprise security that has become obsolete.

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Next-generation data centre

Simplify IT operations with a next-generation data centre. Important aspects of new cloud infrastructure are agility, simplicity, automation and security.

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What is REvil ransomware?

REvil ransomware is a file blocking virus considered a serious threat that encrypts files after infection and discards a ransom request message.