DNS Series Part 2: Monitoring for DNS Security

ThousandEyes

DNS is a critical piece of the Internet infrastructure — a service is effectively down if users can't access its DNS records. We'll discuss the many ways in which attackers can tamper with DNS servers and records, and the measures you can take to prevent this. We'll also explore data from a variety of DNS events so you can recognize them should they ever happen to you.
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The most innovative companies rely on technology to move faster and more efficiently than their competitors. With rapid advances in available technology, limited IT resources and departmental budget constraints, how can IT keep up with demands to help the business remain productive without breaking the bank?


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How IoT and Asset Management is Driving the 4th Industrial Revolution

KORE

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is enabling industrial organisations to rapidly automate and digitise traditional business processes to create more intelligent products and services and ultimately transform the global economy. IoT technologies are at the heart of this transition, enabling the connected solutions that make 4IR possible. To reap the full benefit, Industrial organisations must stop deploying single-point IoT solutions and take a comprehensive, strategic approach to reap the benefits of IoT and 4IR.
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EC 61508 Software Development Processes - exida Webinar

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The IEC 61508 standard for functional safety includes significant requirements related to software development. This webinar provides an overview of what must be done to develop IEC 61508 compliant software.
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CA Technologies Mainframe Software Rationalization Program

CA Technologies

Mike Zinda, SVP Business Unit Strategy, Mainframe, CA Technologies discusses the benefits of the CA Technologies Mainframe Software Rationalization Program.
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Software Virtualization Lifecycle

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A top focus for application development today is on acceleration, but faster is not always equal to better. The bigger challenge is to improve both the speed and quality of software releases. By utilizing virtualization technology, specifically service virtualization and virtual dev/test labs, in software development lifecycles, companies can increase test coverage in less time and ultimately produce better software faster.
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The most innovative companies rely on technology to move faster and more efficiently than their competitors. With rapid advances in available technology, limited IT resources and departmental budget constraints, how can IT keep up with demands to help the business remain productive without breaking the bank?

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