Connecting cars on the road to 5G

The automobile industry has demonstrated significant innovation in the past decades, and over the last few years, the combination of vehicles and wireless communications has enabled automobiles to do new things. Examples include allowing smartphones to be synced wirelessly with dashboard systems, provide location tracking via GPS systems, and even offer the option of enhanced

IoT DDos attacks show the stakes have changed

Internet-of-Thing (IoT) botnets are not a new phenomenon. Arbor Networks routinely sees IoT botnets comprised of webcams, DVRs, and set-top boxes used to launch DDoS attacks. In fact, during a recent international event, Arbor Networks, along with our customers, helped mitigate a sustained, sophisticated 540Gbps attack launched by an IoT botnet. This attack started a

Worldwide Infrastructure Security Networks

This document provides a summary of the results of Arbor Networks’ 12th annual Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report (WISR). The WISR offers direct insights from network and security professionals at the world’s leading service provider, cloud/hosting and enterprise organizations. The report covers a comprehensive range of issues from threat detection and incident response  to managed services,

Accelerate collaboration with unified software requirements management

Process and organizational changes alone are no longer sufficient to meet the mandate of improved quality, governance and auditability. Manufacturers must unlock synergies among their disparate teams through unified yet flexible tools that bridge different work environments. In this white paper, we discuss industry best practices of Siemens PLM Software customers and the resulting business

Surviving Migration to Office 365

Many organizations have migrated from a traditional on-premise Microsoft  Office deployment to one that leverages the Microsoft Azure Cloud, which gives users access to their data and business applications anywhere, at any time. The determination of whether or not to migrate is typically made by an IT decision maker: CTO, CIO or senior executive in