For the past 10 years, there has been a shift in architecture within the corporate environment due to the rise in mobility and cloud. The industry’s response to this change was to establish VPNs, which allow devices to securely move outside the perimeter. How do we secure all of these new devices that must have internal and external access?
Yesterday evening, Cisco released news about a vulnerability in the SSL VPN functionality of their ASA product line. This vulnerability affects devices that have the Web VPN feature enabled and could allow an attacker to cause a reload of the affected system or to execute malicious code.
As you may be aware by now, HPE/Aruba sent out a product security advisory (HPESBHF03730) earlier this morning covering all ClearPass Policy Manager environments prior to version 6.6.5. We at Vandis understand there could be some questions with regards to the seriousness of this email but there are steps that can be put in place to mitigate this threat.
Vandis Inc., IT Security, Networking, & Cloud Enablement today announced that it has joined F5 Networks’ Guardian Professional Services Partner Program as an Installation Provider. By participating in F5’s Guardian® Professional Service Program, Vandis has demonstrated that they have the necessary skills to architect, implement, maintain, and optimize F5® BIG-IP® Local Traffic Manager™ (LTM®) and BIG-IP DNS™ solutions.