A leading Alpine resort operator in Scandinavia and the Alps, Stockholm-based SkiStar is focused on creating a memorable mountain experience for every guest. From finding the ideal holiday package to buying digital lift tickets and sports gear, nearly every aspect of SkiStar's business relies on its network. "Our entire business depends on the network. It handles payments on the e-commerce side as well as payments from on-site ticket sales, hotels and retail transactions. We also issue our ski tickets with an RFID tag that must be validated at all points of entry and at the lifts in our resorts. If our network is corrupted by a cyberattack, it would disrupt revenue streams and create a very bad impression on our guests," said Peter Larsson, SkiStar’s CIO/IT chief.
As these MSPs will attest, artificial intelligence and machine learning are important to helping them solve the challenge of delivering security services to an SMB market that is overconfident when it comes to cybersecurity preparedness. Their words exemplify the value MSPs are gaining when attending Webroot Forums across the nation.
Temple University was founded in 1884 and is a R1 research institution with over 39,000 students. On a normal day Temple University has over 75,000 devices connected to their network. As a higher-ed institution, Temple needs to operate using an open network environment while protecting and securing their student’s data and research information.
In November 2018, Kaspersky Lab started to process malicious and suspicious files shared by users of Kaspersky Lab products in Europe in Zurich, Switzerland. The data, which users have actively chosen to share with Kaspersky Lab, includes suspicious or previously unknown malicious files and corresponding meta-data that the company’s products send to Kaspersky Security Network (KSN) for automated malware analysis.
Fasternet, a leading Service Provider in Brazil, leverages A10 Thunder CGN to solve their lack of IP addresses, and looks to Thunder TPS as a DDoS solution to prevent and filter attacks. Partnering with A10 to build a robust, scalable network, and deliver the best experience possible to their customers.
Identity remains one of the most vulnerable attack vectors. What's ahead for 2019? Watch as Jim Ducharme offers a perspective on what trends and challenges will arise in the IAM market in the new year.
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Switzerland is recognized globally for its high-quality IT infrastructure and strict data processing regulations. This is the primary reason Kaspersky selected this location specifically to host the facility which will process malicious and suspicious files from European customers - this will be the first data processing center within the framework of the company's Global Transparency Initiative.
Deft, a managed IT services provider, has extended its colocation footprint into Frankfurt, Germany through its partnership with Digital Realty, the leading global provider of cloud- and carrier-neutral data center, colocation, and interconnection solutions.
Open Source (OS) is big business. Originally seen as the rebel of the IT industry, today not only does it command the attention of individual developers and small communities of programmers, but also that of large, global companies, organisations which now realise that it makes business sense to embrace this approach.