GFI LanGuard | It’s network security scanner detects over 60,000 vulnerabilities


GFI LanGuard | It’s network security scanner detects over 60,000 vulnerabilities

With GFI LanGuard, you can perform multi-platform vulnerability scans such as Windows®, Mac OS®, Linux®; and iOS®, Android™ and Windows phone devices that connect to the Exchange servers, across all environments, including virtual machines, and analyse your network’s security setup and status.

Try GFI LanGuard FREE for 30 days: http://www.gfi.com/products-and-solutions/network-security-solutions/gfi-languard/download

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Sticky Notes


Sticky Notes

Price: $0.00

  • – Easy to use and interactive interface
  • – Manage your categories, notes and checklists
  • – Customize the look-and-feel, security and working of your application through the settings screen
  • – Add a password and secret question to your application so that only you can see what you’re up to
  • – Add time based reminders for every note you add
  • – A notification based on the reminder you set for your note
  • – Available in English, Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish languages

RedSeal Further Expands Its Hybrid Datacenter Modeling Capability with Seamless Integration with Cisco ACI


RedSeal Further Expands Its Hybrid Datacenter Modeling Capability with Seamless Integration with Cisco ACI
SUNNYVALE, CA — (Marketwired) — 07/12/17 — Today RedSeal (www.redseal.net) increased its capabilities for modeling complex networks by adding a new integration with Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI). The integration between RedSeal’s …
News story posted on 2017-07-12T09:00:00

Password Security: Staying Safe Workshop


Password Security: Staying Safe Workshop
Almost every week, there is a news story about a site being hacked or a data breach. Maybe you have experienced this directly. Remember when the login credentials of 117 million LinkedIn users were sold on the black market? But how can you protect yourself? How can you protect your accounts? As more data gets stored in cyberspace, the risks to your personal information increases. For many, the only thing protecting their banking records is a password that can be easily guessed in a minute. Don't be predictable and hackable. Read here just how easy it is to hack accounts.  On Tuesday, August 1st join us for a scary talk with Shawn, co-owner of Radar Hill. He will be talking about vulnerabilities that lead to accounts getting hacked, and the best practices to stay safe. Many people are aware of the dangers of weak passwords, but can't remember complicated safer ones, so opt to stick with the same password they have had for a decade. Well, after the 45-minute talk, there will be a hands-on workshop on setting up the password manager LastPass. This is a practical way of having safe passwords, so let us help you and your information to be as secure as possible! As seating is limited, kindly register for this free event. FAQs What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? We are at the corner of Douglas and Cloverdale. Enter the covered parking from Douglas Street. There is a bus stop outside the building going north on Douglas, and across the street going south on Douglas. Main busses are 30, 31, 50, and 61.  What can I bring into the event? Laptop or tablet if you want assistance setting up the LastPass password manager.  How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Phone 250-477-6395.  Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No, you do not.  Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? Yes. They do not need to match.
starting on 2017-08-01 15:00:00

Address:
Radar Hill Web Design
3301 Douglas St
V8Z 3L2 Victoria
Canada

How to get started as an Ethical Hacker!


How to get started as an Ethical Hacker!

Learn how you can work as an IT security professional using The Complete Hacking Course: Go from Beginner to Advanced! on Udemy! This video is a free preview of the course, and the full course at https://jerrybanfield.com/product/hacking/ shows you step by step, through screen capture, how to perform the following penetration testing functions.

Footprinting
DoS
DDoS
FUD
RAT
Phishing
SQL Injections
VPN
Proxy
Tor
VPS
Key Loggers
Terminal
Firewall Pen Testing
Root Kit
Reverse-shells

Check out the full course for 25+ hours of HD video and new lectures each month based on student requests!

Time Stamps:
00:01 How to work as a network security professional.
3:35 Introduction to ethical hacking.
7:16 Disclaimer: I do not recommend using this course for illegal purposes.
11:37 Course prerequisites: Kali Linux, Feodra and your virtual machine.
19:05 Basic hacking terminology.
43:25 How to get access to the full course!

Subscribe on YouTube at http://jerry.tips/1CdZJw7 and get more on my website at http://jerrybanfield.com/. View all my Udemy courses at http://jerrybanfield.com/udemy/.

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Pharma giant gets millions in state incentives to build IT hub in Austin


Pharma giant gets millions in state incentives to build IT hub in Austin
It was the first incentive agreement approved by City Council since 2014, when three deals were inked with Websense Inc., Dropbox Inc. and Athenahealth Inc. However, all of those agreements are now inactive for various reasons. Between 2003 and 2014 …
News story posted on 2017-07-18T02:27:00

Firewall Micro Appliance With 4x Gigabit Intel LAN Ports, Barebone


Firewall Micro Appliance With 4x Gigabit Intel LAN Ports, Barebone

Product Description
The Vault is a small form factor network appliance built for use as a firewall router and is compatible with a variety of open source firewall projects, including the most popular industry leading distribution. The FW10001 barebone version comes without RAM or mSATA storage so the buyer can add their own.

Tested compatibility: Most open source software firewall solutions, including the market leader. Compatibility also includes VyOS, OPNsense, Security Onion, Untangle, and Windows.

Hardware Specifications:
4x Intel NIC port (note that Intel ports are known to cause less problems than realtek or others)
Intel Celeron Quad Core CPU J1900 @ 1.99GHz, 64 bit
Hardware supports for up to 8GB PC-1600 DDR3L RAM in a single SO-DIMM
Hardware support for mSATA form factor SSD
2x USB 2.0 ports
VGA port
VESA mount for mounting to a wall or the back of a monitor
Power supply included with US cord
Runs on approximately 10 Watts under moderate load
Ready for wireless, with pre-drilled chassis holes
Optional Wireless card available from Protectli. Card is USB Channel and fits in a PCIe form factor.
Smallest firewall solution available at just 5.2 x 4.9 x 1.5 inches (134 x 126 x 36 mm)
Operating Temperature -4 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit (-20 to 60 degrees Celsius)
All metal enclosure for durability and heat dissipation

WAN=NIC1, LAN=NIC2, OPT1=NIC3, and OPT2=NIC4

This device is small and it’s fanless, so there’s no noise. The 4 Intel NIC ports are proven to be the most reliable for use with high throughput packet switching applications and the Vault can route at gigabit wire speeds (930Mbits per second as tested with iPerf). The the 4 ports to configure different layers of security within your network for extra protection. Set up a VPN or Captive Portal. Add available packages like Snort, or NTOP.

Price: $199.00

  • Quad Core Celeron J1900 Bay Trail 2.0GHz, 2MB L2 Cache
  • 4 Gigabit ethernet Intel NIC ports
  • Fanless and silent operation
  • Barebones for maximum customizability (no RAM or mSATA)

Enterprise Technologies – Federated Networks


Enterprise Technologies – Federated Networks
Dave Lowenstein, CEO of Federated Networks discuss the security perils of web based communication technology. With their product Connect Secure, People, data, content and code allow them to Connect Securely to all things digital, anywhere, anytime and on any device.

Enterprise Technologies key component is efficiency. Companies seek to exploit cloud based infrastructure and related technologies to lower costs. With that, CIO’s are looking to bring simple ways for employees to work from anywhere at anytime.

Join DEMO to reveal some of the hottest companies capitalizing on these trends. The following companies that are pitching their products are:

Connect from Vonata
eM Client 2.7 from eM Client Inc.
FN Connect Secure from Federated Networks
Integrate from Integrate.com LLC
Profitably from Profitably
PublicStuff from PublicStuff LLC
Zingaya from Zingaya
Capture ID Mobile Scanner from Rocky Mountain Ventures Company
Double Dutch from Double Dutch
meeting-eXpert from Meeting Sciences, Inc.

For more information:
DEMO Fall 2010 Website

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