New month, new IT stories, and some (not so) new security problems. And what a month it’s been! From the Olympic hacks to cryptominers on government websites to the continued fallout of the Meltdown/Spectre flaws, February kept us busy. In this edition of Defrag This,...
With so many available languages, knowing which one to choose for automation can be overwhelming. In our interview with Eric Chou from A10 Networks, we learn advantages of using Python Networking to automate tasks as engineers.
New Year, (not so) new security problems. And what a year it’s been! From the Meltdown/Spectre fallout to the rise of cryptojacking, to rumors of Dell buying itself back public, 2018 has been a hell of a year for the IT space—and it’s only been a month. In this edition...
Hosts Greg Mooney and Jeff Edwards welcome Adam Bertram into the Defrag This studio talk about cryptocurrency, the Bitcoin bubble, and the blockchain.
New Year, (not so) new security problems. Hosts Greg Mooney and Jeff Edwards discuss some of the biggest tech news of this week.
There's no debate, 2017 is going down as the year that cyber security went mainstream. Hosts, Greg Mooney and Jeff Edwards discuss the biggest data breaches of 2017.
Here’s the situation: your company is experiencing significant growth. You’re about to lead your firm and your workers to the step that will get all of you to the next level. But before you do, one of your workers encounters some ransomware and opens a data breach that...
Kevin Bisson, Ipswitch's new CFO, was the guest on last week's CFO Thought Leader podcast to discuss his new role and the skills he's bringing to Ipswitch.
Data breaches have become so common that it can be difficult to catch the public attention, but we all sat up and took notice when we heard about the Equifax breach.
It's hard to believe that most of us have some form of our personal data exposed on the dark web. Even if we practice the best data security practices, companies that harness are getting breached on a daily basis.