The “Internet of Things” (IoT) or “Industry 4.0” allows companies in the manufacturing industry to make enormous innovative and productive leaps. However, this development also generates considerable new risks for companies: With machines and tools independently executing digital commands, new digital channels open up which offer new opportunities of industrial espionage for cyber criminals. If the Industry 4.0 is to become an economic success, cyberattacks as well as network errors have to be detected and prevented in time.
Building a secure automotive telematics platform to achieve a profitable business model for automakers and ecosystem partners is a challenging task for mobile network operators. As the platforms lack detailed security specifications and a standardized framework, they become an attractive target for cybercriminals. Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity now offers solutions that enable operators to build a second line of defense to protect platforms and vehicles. The security solutions will be presented at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
Aricent Traffic Detection Function (TDF) provides communication service providers an opportunity to capitalize on analytics for traffic optimization, charging and content manipulation, working hand in hand with the policy management system.
A shift of paradigm in IT security is becoming more and more crucial to enable scalability in future Internet of Things infrastructures. At RSA Conference 2017 in San Francisco, Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity showcases its embedded protocol and application classification solutions. These solutions promote a shift from a traditional, reactive blacklisting of known signatures to a highly pro-active whitelisting approach.
Leipzig, Germany, November 14th, 2016 – Machine to machine (M2M) communication, which is increasingly important due to the Internet of Things (IoT), needs to be protected from hidden malicious code. The SCADA decoder available as part of R&S PACE 2 is now featured in CELARE’s innovative T-SENSE product and offered to industrial plant owners for the protection of their data network infrastructure.
PALO ALTO, Calif. – Oct 11, 2016 – Pica8 Inc., the one-stop source for white box networking, today announced that it has extended its leadership in SDN and OpenFlow programmability with the first white box NOS to support OpenFlow 1.5 through OVS 2.5. Available in PicOS 2.8, OpenFlow 1.5 adds support for egress tables, user-defined ordered lists, and QoS features that enable network operators to program their switching environment to better integrate with SDN applications.
The new PRX-250 closes the gap between ipoque's enterprise and entry-level models. It features three Gigabit Ethernet interfaces and—similar to the Fast Ethernet models—passive cooling for maximum reliability. It achieves a packet rate of 60,000 packets/s and a throughput of 250 Mbit/s. Packet latency is below one millisecond.
The PRX traffic managers classify network traffic based on application layer signatures (currently peer-to-peer-based file sharing, Voice over IP, instant messenger). Classified traffic can be logged, shaped or blocked.
Leipzig, May 16, 2006 – Security experts keep issuing warnings about the risks implied by using the popular VoIP application Skype. The proprietary implementation along with its ability to penetrate firewalls pose a severe risk for corporate networks. With the latest Skype 2.5 beta version released on May 3, once again the protocol has been changed trying to improve its stealth capabilities. ipoque has acted immediately issuing an update for its traffic management and analysis solutions to support detecting and blocking of Skype up to the latest version.
Leipzig, June 7, 2006 – Mission-critical applications in corporate networks demand an unrestricted and highly reliable network connectivity. ipoque delivers the traffic management solutions to meet these requirements. The new models PRX-200 and PRX-200e are effective, powerful and highly reliable traffic management systems which are suitable for networks with data rates up to 200 Mbit/s.
Leipzig, 21 June 2006 – On 23 May, the state prosecutor's office of Cologne, Germany, announced in a press release a massive police action against 3,500 eDonkey users who had shared copyright-protected material. This campaign has been supported by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI). According to a survey conducted by ipoque, this reportedly "major strike" against Internet piracy has only had a short-term effect on P2P downloads. Only three weeks after the campaign, download volume is back to its previous level.
Leipzig, July 27, 2006 – ipoque, provider of Internet traffic management solutions, introduces its new partner program. Its objective is to establish and expand the wide international network of resellers and distributors. Based on comprehensive services, an effective marketing strategy and reliable technical support, ipoque offers significant benefits to partners and customers alike. Its products are among the most innovative in their market segment with a number of unique selling points.