What can you learn from an ICT security audit?

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09.2021

What can you learn from an ICT security audit?

Online data privacy and security is a particularly important topic when most of us work remotely. There are plenty of traces that we leave behind on the Internet, and we encounter cybercrime on a daily basis. We should, therefore, consider how we can protect ourselves against the loss of both personal data and key company information. The ICT audit is a certain component of the entire security policy. It is most often carried out in order to prevent threats that may occur in the future.  

Author: Marcin Bialy
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06.2021

DNS Security or How to Protect Users with Cisco Umbrella

DNS Protection, what is it?  DNS, or the Domain Name System, is a system translating URL addresses of websites into a language understandable for computers. Protecting DNS, we do not allow undesired domains to transfer information to our users. This is how we can protect them from phishing or ransomware attacks. When we add a […]

Author: Joanna Chmiel
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05.2021

VLAN and more. Does your network have these features enabled? – UPDATED

Many people wonder why good design and implementation of corporate LAN and Edge features is necessary. There are many answers to this simple question and among them, we require a good network to be least vulnerable to unwanted intrusions along with it to be able to support all our requirements. We have compiled a list that you […]

Author: Marcin Bialy
03.2021

End-of-life for Cisco ASA 5500-X

Cisco ASA EoL EoS – what does EoL / EoS status of Cisco products mean, what does it mean for Cisco ASA lines and could be a replacement line of product?

Author: Marcin Bialy
04.2020

VPN remote access with Duo Multi-Factor Authentication. Demo

I am presenting a video showing how Duo can be used as second factor authentication (push app notification in this case) for VPN remote access connections.

Author: Marcin Bialy
03.2020

How to achieve Multi-Factor Authentication for RDP sessions?

In this blog post, I am sharing a video showing how to use Multi-Factor Authentication for RDP (Remote Desktop) sessions. We’ll use Cisco Duo Security as the second factor (push app) authentication method. This recording was prepared for one of our Grandmetric Tech Meetings. Lab schema:   RDP and second factor authentication live demo   […]

Author: Marcin Bialy
12.2019

Building identity-based network access with Cisco pxGrid

In following post I will discuss the concept of Identity based networking and its components based on Cisco Systems products. Then I will show the steps how to build functional network where pxGrid is one of the core protocols used.

Author: Marcin Bialy
10.2019

1st Tech Meeting Series – Enterprise Security Overview – Summary

On 8th of October 2019 we hosted first event from the new series: Tech Meeting Series. The conference cycle is intended for IT departments, engineers and IT managers who want to follow latest technology trends, want to talk about the technology with others, share experience and look for solutions best suitable for their organizations.

Author: Grandmetric
05.2019

Grandmetric to deliver first SD-WAN implementation in Poland

We are very proud to announce that Grandmetric successfuly delivered the first Software-Defined production network in quarter 1 2019 for Pfeifer & Langen Polska S.A. The implementation was part of network and IT operations optimization project for one of the largest sugar manufacturer in this part of Europe.

Author: Grandmetric
07.2018

How we ended up in WPA3? – Wi-Fi Security Evolution

Introduction to Wi-Fi Security Distributing data using wireless medium means that anyone can capture the signal. There is no boundary, like in case of cable communication, which prevents unwanted access. This means we must take other security measures. In this blogpost we will review current algorithms providing Wi-Fi security and we will take a sneak […]

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