Tag: Juniper Networks
October 11, 2018
Multiple Vulnerabilities in Juniper Products Could Allow for Remote Code Execution

DATE OF ISSUE: October 10th, 2018   SUBJECT: Multiple Vulnerabilities in Juniper Products Could Allow for Remote Code Execution   OVERVIEW: Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in Juniper products, the most severe of which could allow for remote code execution. Successful exploitation of the most severe of these vulnerabilities could result in the attacker gaining control of the affected…

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March 29, 2018
Integration Partners Awarded 2018 Juniper Networks Partner of the Year

LEXINGTON, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Integration Partners, a nationwide, Elite-level Juniper Networks partner, today announced that it has been recognized as a Juniper Partner of the Year for 2018. Integration Partners received the award for its ability to develop innovative, cloud-based solutions integrating Juniper Networks’ technologies while demonstrating strong overall company performance and growth. “Our channel partners play…

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September 1, 2017
2 Reasons why we like the Juniper Networks Cyphort Acquisition

Announced late yesterday, Juniper Networks has agreed to acquire Cyphort. This acquisition has the makings of a positive move in Juniper’s security solution and here’s why: Enhances SkyATP:  I think this was the main driver for this acquisition since SkyATP does provide malware detection & analysis, its adoption has not met industry expectations. The combination…

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January 26, 2016
Integration Partners Recognized as 2015 Americas Security Partner of the Year by Juniper Networks

LEXINGTON, MA /PRNewswire/ Integration Partners, a national and Elite-level Juniper Networks partner today announced that it has been recognized at IDEAS/Connected 2016 as the 2015 Americas Security Partner of the Year by Juniper Networks, the industry leader in network innovation Integration Partners received the award for its ability to develop innovative, cloud-based solutions integrating Juniper…

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June 27, 2014
What is Your Hobby?

Mine tend to be outdoors, skiing and sailing are my principals, but I tend to buck the trend. It seems that a large number of people find their hobbies on-line, gaming being one of the principals. A recent survey shows that the U.S. supports about 145 Million gamers and that they spend on the average of about…

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June 19, 2014
Layered Security on a Network Device

I recently co-authored a whitepaper discussing the layered network security approach typically implemented with PCI Compliance.  This got me thinking about layered security in general. Data center security, network security, application security, physical security, and national security…  One thing these entirely different security architectures have in common is the layered approach to securing critical assets.…

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January 30, 2014
Keep Right Except to Pass

An interesting sign to be found on the highways of Vermont, I looked for it in Connecticut and Massachusetts, but they do not seem to care, left, right center, drive where ever you please. But in Vermont it seems that the department of transportation wants to preserve the road surface of the left lane, only…

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November 25, 2013
IPV6 The Two Years Have Finally Arrived

Approximately fifteen years ago the demise of the IPv4 address pool and the popular use of IPv6 has been two years away. In 2000 we were going to run out of IPv4 address by 2002, in 2003 it was 2005 etc. etc. etc. Well we have finally made it those two years, IPv4 is still…

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