Christopher Wilder

Palo Alto Networks Builds On Its Vision For Securing The World

Article by Chris Wilder. I kept a close eye on Palo Alto Networks , even prior to launching the cybersecurity practice at Moor Insights & Strategy at the beginning of 2019. Companies like PAN continue to innovate and keep up with this changing industry, while others are more complacent. Recently, Palo Alto Networks provided the analyst community …

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RSA 2019: The Industry Grapples With Cybersecurity As A Business Strategy

There has been a lot going on in the realm of cybersecurity over the past couple of weeks, from RSA in San Francisco (the largest cybersecurity show), to what may turn out to be one of the most devastating cyberwarfare attacks in recent history. The world of cybersecurity is growing, the stakes are high, and …

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Kontron Communications Doubles Down On Core, Edge And Smart Infrastructure

Montreal, Canada-based Kontron Communications (KCI) is one of those companies that, while few have heard its name, enables some of the most innovative, cutting-edge services in the technology industry. Last year, KCI acquired software defined networking (SDN) provider Inocybe, expanding its automation capabilities, pivoting the company towards the Smart Infrastructure marketplace, and growing its global …

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Huawei Denies Then Plays The Blame Game Over Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities

This week at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona Spain, Huawei’s chairman Guo Ping deflected recent criticism his firm has received over security flaws and backdoors in its products. Guo immediately turned his ire to America and the National Security Agency (NSA) and its program called PRISM. This NSA program allowed the agency to access highly sensitive …

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IoT Cybersecurity Goes To College And It Does Not End Well

When I think of Internet of Things (IoT) security, it’s like sending a kid off to college. You send them off with the best intentions, hoping they will make the right decisions, attempting to correct them with limited information when they mess up, but ultimately, they are essentially on their own. When they fail, someone …

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Three Things To Know About Cybersecurity In 2019

Every year, it seems, pundits and egg-heads (like me) write down our predictions. Most of the time they are self-serving. However, looking into my crystal ball, I think 2019 is going to be a defining year at the intersection of physical and cybersecurity. The Internet of Things (IoT) and advances in artificial intelligence are some …

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