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2:45:00 Free items Virtual Firewalls

This webinar will walk you through the virtual firewalls taxonomy, describe the major architectural options, and illustrate typical use cases. The webinar assumes familiarity with virtual networking concepts and VMware networking solutions.

1:28:00 Free items PCI DSS for Engineers

PCI DSS can be one of the most infuriating set of standards on the compliance landscape. While it seems simple - six domains and twelve requirements - the art of interpreting PCI can lead to full blown war in an organisation, with engineering at the center.

1:16:00 Ending the Tyranny of Expensive Security Tools

This webinar shows how to use the security functionality of existing monitoring systems, network devices, and open source applications instead of relying on expensive dedicated security tools.

2:00:00 DevOps and Security for Enterprise Environments

This webinar covers the intrinsic problems of DevOps approach and, based on the identified characteristics, develops a model and tool stack on how DevOps may work in enterprise IT environments -- even with security in mind!

57:00 Free items Transport and Network Security Primer

This webinar will help you grasp the principles and mechanisms you can use to secure your network and transport infrastructure.

52:00 Free items Ethernet Encryption

This webinar is a deep dive into different approaches used to secure Carrier Ethernet networks and links.

5:13:00 Free items IPv6 Security

This webinar describes the major IPv6 security challenges (including layer-2 attacks, DoS attacks, eavesdropping and session hijacking), the countermeasures you can take, and Cisco IOS features that can help you build secure IPv6 infrastructure.

Security Case Study

Can you replace a central firewall with numerous per-application firewalls? You'll find the answer in this case study.
Replacing the Central Firewall 335K 2014-07-07
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