A10 Networks stories
A10 Networks expands security portfolio to bolster Zero Trust architectures
Zero Trust has become a major initiative for many organisations.
The new normal of cybersecurity: Ransomware, phishing and zero trust
"When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, cyber criminals saw their opportunity, and they took it."
5G not impacted by COVID-19, commercial deployment draws near
“Mobile operators globally need to proactively prepare for the demands of a new virtualised and secure 5G world."
Enterprises embrace cloud but struggle to assert security & control
Only 11% of respondents said their companies have been ‘extremely successful’ in realising what multi-cloud can do for their organisation.
A10 Networks launches proxy for secure access and visibility into SaaS apps
The CAP solution ensures that access to SaaS applications and data is secured while maintaining centralised visibility across sanctioned and unsanctioned applications.
A10 Networks extends cloud portfolio with new container-based solutions
The addition of Thunder Containers extends the company’s multi-cloud portfolio and increases the performance, security and availability of applications.
A10 Networks adds zero-day automated protection (ZAP) to DDoS Defence
Today’s DDoS attacks are more prevalent, multi-vector in nature and morph over time.
Mobile operators, prepare your 4G networks for 5G success
5G is promising a new generation of revolutionary technologies and latency will be a thing of the past while 20Gbps will help speed things up to create more connections than ever before.
IoT and DDoS attacks: A match made in heaven
A10 Network’s Adrian Taylor uses findings from a number of reports to illustrate his point that advances in technology are facilitating cybercrime.
A10’s app delivery solution now on Azure Marketplace
With the Harmony Controller, organisations can automate deployment and operations of application services.
Ramping up security with next-gen firewalls
The classic firewall lacked the ability to distinguish between different kinds of web traffic.
A10 Networks outlines 5G strategy
A10 has production and pilot 5G deployments with carriers worldwide, and is working with others to plan for their future 5G initiatives.
A10 Networks to launch machine learning-based DDoS protection in Q3
A10 Networks has harnessed the power of machine learning to protect its customers against DDoS attacks with the launch of A10 One-DDoS Protection.
DDoS attacks increasingly targeting cryptocurrency - what it means for Asia
In Singapore, the region’s cryptocurrency attacks led to lawmakers and parliament holding a discussion to implement cryptocurrency regulations.
'What's a DDoS?' Why APAC IT teams think employees are reckless
IT teams may see employee behaviour as reckless or negligent, but 90% believe that it’s because of a lack of education.
A10 thunders into new firewall market with convergent offering
A10 has released what it says is the first firewall solution to consolidate multiple converged security solutions into one package.
Using ADCs to uncover hidden threats in encrypted traffic
A10’s Greg Barnes offers up some tips on uncovering hidden threats in encrypted traffic, with application delivery controllers.
Top five security threats to data centres – and how to counter them
Data centres are in the cross hairs as attackers conspire to steal data. A10 Networks details the threats, and how to counter them.
Cloud migration brings automation and programmability to the forefront
"In today’s cloud environments, integration with SDN controllers and orchestration systems is not optional – it is a must have."
Uncover the hidden threats in encrypted traffic
More and more cyber-criminals are tunnelling attacks in SSL encryption to evade detection by firewalls and other security products.
SoftnetX takes on professional services for A10 Networks
A10 Networks signs SoftnetX as its first Australian professional services partner, with channel partners set to potentially benefit.
How to address authentication challenges with ever increasing user demand
In the age of complex web-based applications, unmanaged devices and an expanding global user base, it is more difficult to ensure security.
Data centres number one target of cyber criminals
Because data centres store an organisation’s most valuable and most visible assets, they are vulnerable to attack.
Five top security threats to data centres – and how to counter them
"To counter these threats, organisations need a solution that can lock down their data centres. Otherwise they risk significant damage."