Security to the Core Blog

By | April 5, 2006

Arbor Networks has unveiled its Security to the Core blog. Arbor Networks also announced today the formation of the Arbor Security Engineering & Response Team (ASERT), Arbor Networks´ newly-formed security research group responsible for evaluating burgeoning Internet-scale threats that endanger the global cyber infrastructure. The blog will serve as a security information resource for Arbor Networks´ customers, the mass media and the public at large as the demand for insight into malicious network attacks and Internet security risks heightens.

The “Security to The Core” blog primarily will be contributed to by Arbor Networks ASERT engineers, including Sunil James, Jeff Nathan, Dr. Jose Nazario, Dug Song, and Mark Zielinksi. This team of security leaders commands expertise in vulnerability and exploit research, intrusion detection/prevention system (IDS/IPS) signature development, network traffic engineering and malicious code analysis.

Leveraging insight from Arbor Networks´ security experts, the blog will deliver valuable and insightful observations for those seeking information on the latest security threats, vulnerabilities, malicious code and exploits that regularly emerge. A portion of this commentary will be gathered from daily ASERT-conducted research that is shared with Arbor Networks customers and partners via the Active Threat Feed (ATF) zero-day threat detection service, notifying them of potential security threats that may adversely impact global business networks.

Security to the Core Blog

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