Barracuda Networks, Inc. is a company providing security, networking and storage products based on network appliances and cloud services. The company's security products include products for protection against email, web surfing, web hackers and instant messaging threats such as spam, spyware, trojans, and viruses. The company's networking and storage products include web filtering, load balancing, application delivery controllers, message archiving, NG firewalls, backup services and data protection.

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  • Most people transfer at least one file or more a day without giving it much thought. But chances are high those files contain some form of sensitive information. In fact, a new survey of 200 IT professionals in the financial services sector conducted by Blackberry illustrates how pervasive this issue has become. Announced this week […]

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  • Ask any CIO today what their top priorities are and digital transformation is likely to come pretty high up. In fact, new research from Daisy Group reveals that 63% of UK firms now have a such a strategy, up from just 27% last year. Unsurprisingly, cloud computing is driving these efforts in many (46%) firms. […]

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  • We’re still in an era where the term firewall is typically thought of as a tool for securing data center architectures because that’s what a next-generation firewall is designed to do. However, as organizations continue to inch closer to the cloud era, many are still using traditional firewalls to secure cloud workloads and applications. Is […]

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  • We hope you've seen our announcement introducing Barracuda Cloud Generation Firewall capabilities.  We're excited to be adding this new functionality to our Barracuda Web Application Firewall (WAF) and Barracuda NextGen Firewall (NGF).  In this blog post I'd like to take you through what this means and how it can help you. Visit us at AWS re:Invent […]

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  • As businesses adopt more public cloud solutions over time, MSPs need to be prepared to protect customers’ data in this new environment. An important part of that is understanding the difference between the security requirements of the public cloud and an on-premises network. Working with partners that have deep security experience and offer solutions designed specifically for the publi...

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  • I’m back in the office after an eventful visit to Orlando last week for the IT Nation conference. During our three days there, the Barracuda MSP team engaged directly with more than 700 MSPs, VARs, and other service providers. Between countless conversations with those looking for new ways to grow their businesses via security and data protection solutions, we found time to show off ou...

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  • IT professionals are starting to realize just how different securing a cloud computing environment is from traditional on-premises IT environments. A survey of 167 IT professionals conducted by Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) on behalf of Threat Stack, a provider of intrusion prevention platform, finds 62 percent are looking to gain more visibility into workloads running […]

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  • One of the primary drivers of the shift to cloud computing has been Microsoft Office 365, which delivers the widely used Microsoft productivity and email applications as a cloud service. But, a survey of 1,168 IT professionals in the U.S., […]

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  • As AWS re:Invent 2017 quickly approaches, there’s certainly a buzz is in the air around Barracuda as we look ahead to a great week in Vegas — and just what we need to make a full recovery from the tryptophan. The show runs from Nov. 27 – Dec. 1, and AWS has put together an […]

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  • While Halloween has come and gone, impersonation still seems to be a popular trend around certain circles. For example, cybercriminals love it and as we’ve discussed in past, will go to great lengths to pull off a convincing impersonation attempt. This is mainly because impersonation is a proven tactic that criminals are regularly using to […]

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  • This is the third in a series of blog posts on DMARC.  You can view all of our DMARC posts here. Barracuda Sentinel simplifies DMARC setup and enforcement for your domain(s): • Domain fraud protection using DMARC authentication • Collects and analyzes DMARC feedback data – actionable recommendations • Provides visibility into senders using domain […]

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  • This is the second post in a series on DMARC.  View the whole series here. The DMARC tag that specifies the enforcement policy is p.  This tag tells the receiver of the message what the sender would like the receiving party to do when a message fails DMARC authentication.  This policy tag has three possible […]

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  • DMARC is an email authentication protocol designed to prevent domain spoofing. Domain spoofing, where an attacker uses a company’s domain to impersonate someone in the company, is an increasingly widespread cybersecurity attack. In fact, over 96% of companies experience domain spoofing, yet only one-third of organizations use DMARC, according to the Federal Trade Commission. Criminals […]

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  • Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) connectivity is a rising industry need to allow any networked device to be managed, controlled and monitored remotely. This introduces a plethora of new risk factors as security for small devices has traditionally been an afterthought and most of the time regular software and security updates are impossible at all. Barracuda is addressing ...

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  • The effort to eliminate reliance on passwords as means for accessing applications and systems has made a significant step forward following the unveiling of PCs and tablets from Lenovo that come with a built-in authentication mechanism designed to interact with Universal Authentication Framework. Developed by the FIDO Alliance, a consortium of IT vendors committed to […]

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  • Typosquatting is an impersonation technique frequently used to target employees. In this scenario, attackers buy a domain that is very similar to the company's domain and use it to send spear phishing emails to the company's employees. For example, attackers targeting Barracuda employees would buy baracuda.com (one ‘r' is missing) and try to trick employees of the […]

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  • Being a cybersecurity professional is roughly the digital equivalent of a being a crossing guard. The cross guard is there to keep everyone safe. But half a block down from that cross guard standing at a crosswalk are pedestrians that routinely jaywalk. Many of them know there’s a crossing guard up ahead. They more than […]

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  • CNET recently reported that the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has given federal agencies 90 days to implement HTTPS and DMARC within their organizations.  The deployment of these technologies should provide additional protection for the employees and the public.  The HTTPS protocol is familiar to most Internet users, especially toward the ‘Cyber Monday' shopping […]

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  • It seems like every week now there’s a new cybersecurity threat grabbing headlines for the innovative way it manages to get passed security defenses. The latest is Bad Rabbit, a ransomware that disguises itself an Adobe Flash update to inject malware on to an endpoint. Naturally, there’s a lot of frustration with endpoint security these […]

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Barracuda Networks
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  • On Wednesday, 8th November, Barracuda will be hosting a webinar with AWS and analyst firm Securosis that will cover web application security in the cloud. In this webinar, we will cover a number of topics including the different types of application security challenges organisations face during a cloud migration, as well how customers can effectively […]

Barracuda Networks
Barracuda Networks
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  • It seems like every week now there’s a new cybersecurity threat grabbing headlines for the innovative way it manages to get passed security defenses. The latest is Bad Rabbit, a ransomware that disguises itself an Adobe Flash update to inject malware on to an endpoint. Naturally, there’s a lot of frustration with endpoint security these […]

Barracuda Networks
Barracuda Networks
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  • CNET recently reported that the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has given federal agencies 90 days to implement HTTPS and DMARC within their organizations.  The deployment of these technologies should provide additional protection for the employees and the public.  The HTTPS protocol is familiar to most Internet users, especially toward the ‘Cyber Monday' shopping […]

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