Wireless LAN Professionals Conference 2023
Nexum attended this year’s Wireless LAN Professionals Conference (WLPC) in Phoenix, AZ. Check out the recap!
SNOCC Quarterly Threat Update Q1 2023
Each quarter, the managed security team at Nexum shares insights from our first*defense SNOCCs. In this post, macro trends include vulnerabilities in Exchange, socially engineered phishing, IoT, Edge and infrastructure devices, and geo-blocking.
DNS Privacy (DoT & DoH) & Enterprise Security
DNS privacy and security are two considerations with competing goals. DoT and DoH undermine enterprise security for the benefit of privacy. ECS erodes privacy for distributed cloud-based resources. Let’s look at how these standards work and your options in defense or offense.
Evolved Email Security & NGFW Help Prevent Ransomware
Email security and NGFW may seem like standard practice, but as these technologies evolve, so do the threats against them, like ransomware.
Artificial Intelligence – Savior or Skynet?
OpenAI’s ChatGPT is both amazing and terrifying. Let’s look at the difference between AI and Machine Learning, the benefits, and concerns.
Application Programming Interface
Nexum’s expert engineers define popular topics, such as Application Programming Interface (API), in our Acronym Series.
Ransomware “Does Not Succeed” with DNS
Part 3 of our Ransomware Series focuses on a vital Internet technology that is an entry point for ransomware and malware propagation: Domain Name System (DNS).
Nexum at AnsibleFest
Check out this event recap from the Nexum team who attended AnsibleFest. This post includes our takeaways and other event information.
The Role of Security
Nexum’s VP of Strategy, Ron Temske, considers the function of security and how it has evolved. And how security should be incorporated into strategic plans.
Transport Layer Security
Nexum’s expert engineers define popular topics, like Transport Layer Security (TLS), in our Acronym Series.