F5 Networks, Inc. is an American-based company that specializes in application delivery networking (ADN) technology for the delivery of web applications and the security, performance, availability of servers, data storage devices, and other network and cloud resources. F5 is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, and has other development, manufacturing, and sales/marketing offices worldwide.

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  • Verified by both NIST and F5s testing lab, ATSEC, the FIPS 140-2 L1 add-on SKU is now supported for use on both AWS and Azure cloud platforms with BIG-IP VEs running v12.1.2 HF1. This enables customers in regulated industries to conform with mandated security controls such as NIST, HIPAA, PCI and DFARS. For more information, check out this documentation.

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  • This demo showcases Proactive Bot Defense, an important feature of F5’s Advanced Web Application Firewall. Designed to protect web applications against botnets, web scrapers, and other automated attack vectors, Proactive Bot Defense is simple to enable and offers immediate value to application owners needing to protect critical assets from exploitation. This is one of many high-value security capa...

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  • Many organizations are seeking to improve response times and efficiencies by empowering application teams to manage network and security services for their own applications. F5 BIG-IP Cloud Edition enables application teams to take ownership of the network and security services their apps need. This demo shows how a Network Administrator can set up a service catalog of application templates that p...

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  • BIG-IQ Centralized Management 6.0 is now shipping. Intended for new BIG-IQ deployments, this solution offers central management and orchestration of F5 devices and the services they provide. Featuring Application Centric Management, BIG-IQ can back-up and restore your devices, update policies, manage certificates and licenses and much more.  This release includes advanced analytics, application s...

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  • BIG-IP Cloud Edition is now generally available. Combining application delivery, security, and analytics, BIG-IP Cloud Edition offers a dedicated, right-sized, per-app approach to delivering F5 app services in public and private cloud environments. BIG-IP Cloud Edition is offered as LTM or Advanced WAF per-app virtual editions (VEs) in 25M and 200M instances, together with BIG-IQ centralized manag...

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  • The teams that deliver apps are under pressure. They’re on the hook for getting the code shipped and the apps running, but they’re not responsible for providing high-performing, highly available network services that support those apps. That’s where NetOps teams come in, but traditional NetOps processes can slow app teams down. Now, NetOps teams can use BIG-IP Cloud Edition to provide a catalog of...

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  • At this very moment, hackers are trying to use your network to compromise your applications. It can be a real challenge to make sure apps get deployed with the right security controls. But with F5 BIG-IP Cloud Edition, you can predefine and provision security services like advanced WAF, DDOS protection, and bot mitigation, ensuring that every app gets the security it needs. To learn more, visit h...

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  • Kip Boyle is the CEO of Cyber Risk Opportunities, whose mission is to help executives become better cyber risk managers. He has over 24 years of cybersecurity experience serving in such roles as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for PEMCO Insurance and Director of Wide Area Network Security for the F-22 Raptor. In addition to his work with many large, global organizations at the Stanford...

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  • BIG-IP Virtual Edition (VE) is now supported in Microsoft Azure Stack. Connect your Azure Stack subscription to your Azure subscription and download BIG-IP VE from the Azure Marketplace. With a bring your own license (BYOL) instance, you can now deploy the full suite of F5 advanced application and security services in both Azure and Azure Stack.  For more information, read more about F5 in Azure S...

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  • If you aren’t aware of Drupalgeddon 2, then you’ve either been living off the grid or don’t use the popular content management system (CMS). For those unaware, Drupalgeddon 2 refers to two severe security flaws in the Drupal CMS that enable remote code exploits (RCE) of dangerous proportions. The two vulnerabilities are the darling de jour of cryptominers seeking cheap and easy resources to exploi...

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  • Seven years after it first appeared, the Zeus banking trojan is still active through its latest spin-off: Panda. Panda, first discovered in early 2016 by Fox IT and later analyzed by Proofpoint,1 spreads through phishing attacks and targets Windows operating systems (OS). Its main attack techniques include web injects, screen shots of user activity (up to 100 per mouse click), logging of keyboard ...

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F5 Networks
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  • Previously, I talked about the elegant beauty in offloading parts of your risk portfolio in four distinct ways. The logic is to streamline the company’s mitigation efforts and allow you to focus more time and investment where it matters most—on the unique risks inherent to the business. But there is a fifth element, and it is going to be in your future. While security-as-a-service for functions ...

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F5 Networks
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  • It’s a sad state of Internet affairs when the US government must publish a US-CERT Alert about Russia targeting US entities through negligent network infrastructure misconfigurations.1 In Alert TA18-106A, US-CERT discloses that since 2015, the US government, in partnership with the UK, has been receiving data from numerous sources that “large numbers” of enterprise-class and SOHO (small office/hom...

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  • In our forthcoming report on protecting applications, we commissioned Ponemon to conduct a large global survey of security professionals about application security. One question we asked was about the estimated financial impact of a cyber-attack that resulted in the leakage of personally identifiable information (PII) about customers, consumers, or employees. Of the 3,135 responses we received, th...

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