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VPEngine46792
VPEngine46792
9/16/2016 | 7:44:13 PM
Re: Quelle surprise
Security with regards to SDN/NFV it just doesn't mean spinning up a FW or some other security instance. Security appliances obviously do lot of deep packet lookups and are  way complex than just configuring a security policy. If physicall appliances struggle to keep up with functional interactions then I doubt how well the virtual instances can cope up to. Btw, guess how many default usernames and passwords need to be changed to bringup the openstack controllers/neutron servers :-)

 
Kelsey Ziser
Kelsey Ziser
9/16/2016 | 3:27:53 PM
Re: Quelle surprise
Ray delivered an Upskill U course on the changing face of security threats - see Big Data Analytics & Network Security. As you mentioned @Carol, Ray explained that hackers have easy access to very cheap tools but it's very expensive to combat their threats. He noted that "In addition to the challenges around data volume, the level of complexity around attacks has also increased exponentially."
mendyk
mendyk
9/16/2016 | 1:55:18 PM
Re: Quelle surprise
We'll continue to have problems as long as we use 20th-century ID procedures. We'll still have problems even when we move those procedures into this century, but maybe a little less common.
cnwedit
cnwedit
9/16/2016 | 12:31:41 PM
Re: Quelle surprise
I moderated this panel and the first 15 minutes was pretty scary stuff. It used to be you needed skills to do hacking but now the tools are readily available for the amateur cyber criminal - or you can just outsource the dirty work to someone who is easily hired on the Internet, just like any other outsourcer. 
mendyk
mendyk
9/16/2016 | 9:56:12 AM
Quelle surprise
In 1880, the number of fatalities worldwide that could be directly attributed to automobiles was exactly zero. But no one wants to go back to those days -- well, almost no one.


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