Blog Posts Tagged with "MPLS"


Redefining Security Intelligence with NOC and SOC

March 09, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los

Security dashboards are archaic, and often security teams have a half-dozen or more for visual confirmation on happenings. In well-run SOC organizations, a SEIM or new-school SIRM can provide context and close the real-time analysis gap, but this still isn't enough...

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The MPLS Privacy Debate Continues

December 21, 2011 Added by:PCI Guru

Given that at some point MPLS traffic has to technically co-mingle with other customers’ network traffic, how can the PCI SSC claim that MPLS is private? The answer is a bit disconcerting to some, but for those of us with an understanding of the engineering issues, it was expected...

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PCI DSS eCommerce Questions Answered

May 20, 2011 Added by:Anton Chuvakin

All data is potentially under risk – but payment card data - and now ACH credentials - are easier to profit from if you are a criminal. Many companies use PCI DSS to learn about security and then expand their knowledge to protect other kinds of data, beyond the card numbers.,,

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An Update On The MPLS Privacy Debate

April 25, 2011 Added by:PCI Guru

In the end, we will have to rely on the statements and representations of the carrier as to whether or not the network is private. Is this a good way to secure your organization? It is as long as your carrier never causes a problem...

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