As long as enterprises are conducting critical business on the public internet, they will always be the targets and potential victims of a DDoS attack.
Console Connect makes the job of staying on top of connection management, capacity planning and social activity easier via the Console Alerts feature.
Why Console Connect? Because “connect” is in our bones. It’s what makes Console’s cloud-driven ecosystem what it is; after all, it’s at the root of direct connect and interconnection.
Most of us experience internet outages on an individual — and generally irregular — level. Perhaps we’re unable to check in with friends on social media, stream a movie or pull up a recipe for that evening’s dinner. The inconvenience is frustrating, but the impact is limited. 2016 may not have been when many people first became aware of the vulnerabilities featured in the underlying routing architecture of the public internet, but it remains a watershed year where these vulnerabilities became such prominent and repeated targets. This yielded a wider impact on communities and businesses from large-scale internet outages, caused by deliberate and malicious cyber-attacks. As industries, services and governments have grown more reliant on the public internet, malicious characters…
The Network of Me brings personalization into a more networking-driven, business-critical context for the whole enterprise.
Data CIA – confidentiality, integrity, availability – is fundamental to a secure, reliable and functioning public internet. And, it’s failing us right now.
The retail point-of-sale, an element completely outside customers’ control, is particularly vulnerable to cyberattacks – especially during the holidays.
Seoul, South Korea’s “Global Digital Seoul 2020” initiative is a four-year plan to deploy enough free WiFi to cover the entire city, and that includes buses and trains. The free WiFi portion of this initiative is actually scheduled to be completed by 2017, but the overall plan extends well beyond WiFi. Seoul is planning to be a leader in smart city technology, which includes projects like real-time parking availability. LinkNYC, our country’s best-known city-wide WiFi project, doesn’t have goals as ambitious as Seoul’s project, but it’s still a mammoth. LinkNYC aims to have 7,500 WiFi kiosks installed across the city, which will provide gigabit Internet (and free phone calls) to anyone who wants it. The speeds aren’t 5G, the range…