Arm Showcases Latest IoT Test Chip Musca-S1 for Secure IoT device Designing

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Upcoming 7 Conferences to Attend in Network Monitoring

Article | June 16, 2023

Uncover the future of network monitoring at computer networking conferences. Explore insights, collaborations, and growth opportunities to harness the power of secured network infrastructures. Network monitoring is a critical aspect of the ever-evolving networking industry; helping ensure efficient and secure operation. It involves the continuous surveillance, analysis, and management of network infrastructure, performance, and security. To stay abreast of the latest developments and advancements in this field, industry executives and managers must attend the upcoming network monitoring conferences scheduled between June and September 2023. The events provide a crucial platform for professionals to gain in-depth insights into emerging trends, innovative technologies, and best practices in network monitoring. The computer network monitoring conferences aims to address challenges businesses face with IT infrastructure, operations and cloud. The conferences are broken up into several tracks, each with a different area of focus. The agenda and key speakers offer more opportunities to learn and discover knowledge and improve the network monitoring operations. Top 7 Network Monitoring Conferences of 2023 1.TMA Conference 2023 June 26-30, 2023 | Naples (Italy) The 7th edition of Network Traffic Measurement and Analysis Conference will offer a significant opportunity for leaders in the networking industry. Organized by the prestigious University of Naples Federico II, the TMA Conference 2023 provides a platform for presenting cutting-edge research and controversial work in network measurements. One of the Technical Program Committee (TPC) chairs for this year's conference is Johanna Ullrich, a renowned researcher at SBA Research and the Head of the Networks and Critical Infrastructures Security Research Group. With her expertise and insights, Ullrich will share insights with a compelling keynote speech that will offer valuable knowledge to attendees. Moreover, the event boasts technical sponsorship from reputable organizations such as IFIP, IFIP TC6-WG6.6, IEEE, and IEEE ComSoc, further solidifying its significance in the networking industry. 2.IEEE International Black Sea Conference on Communications and Networking July 4-7, 2023 | Istanbul (Turkey) A significant event for networking industry leaders, IEEE BlackSeaCom 2023, offers grants to participants who have registered and co-authored accepted papers, fostering engagement and recognition within the conference networks. The special session on machine learning and intelligent algorithms for emerging wireless communications brings forth groundbreaking research. Esteemed speakers like Henning Schulzrinne, Melike Erol-Kantarci, Bülent Kaytaz, and BASIL MANOUSSOS to offer valuable insights about network monitoring in the event. Attending this network monitoring conference will allow industry leaders to network, collaborate, and stay updated on the latest advancements in event monitoring and network monitoring events. 3.IEEE International Symposium on Local and Metropolitan Area Networks July 10-11, 2023 | London (UK) IEEE LANMAN 2023 provides a robust platform for industry leaders by bringing together experts to discuss the latest technical advances in local and metropolitan area networking. With a focus on theory and experimentation, LANMAN 2023 invites advanced papers pushing network monitoring events' boundaries. The keynote speakers, including Tommaso Melodia and William Lincoln Smith, are to delve into topics like open RAN systems, edge computing, routing, and network functions. Attending LANMAN 2023 allows industry leaders to expand their conference networks, gain valuable insights, and stay at the forefront of network events and management, empowering them to drive innovation and enhance their network monitoring strategies. 4.International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks (ICCCN 2023) July 24-26 2024 | Hawaii (US) A must-attend event for computer communications and network industry leaders serves as a platform for presenting innovative ideas and fundamental advancements in computer communications and networks. The conference facilitates communication and collaboration among researchers and practitioners, driving scientific and technological innovation to enhance communications and networking. Keynote speakers including, Ness B. Shroff, Puneet Sharma, and Dr. Gene Tsudik will address designing future XG networks, complexities of edge-to-cloud platforms, and compromise/malware detection for low-end devices. Attending ICCCN will help expand network through conferences, gain a deeper understanding, and advance their network monitoring techniques with shared expertise and knowledge. 5.SmartNets 2023 July 25-27, 2023| Istanbul (Turkey) SmartNets 2023 is a pivotal networking conference aiming to bridge the gap between the physical world and cyberspace by connecting everything. The event will bring together experts and researchers from academia to discuss the challenges and solutions in areas like embedded equipment design, resource-constrained media communications, security, data analysis, and services. The conference will be focusing on future scientific issues, covering topics such as Industry 4.0, smart cities, healthcare systems, big data analytics, edge computing, next-generation networks, and more. SmartNets 2023 will enable leaders to gain access to the latest research findings, address digital transformation challenges, explore wireless communication technologies, and exchange experiences on implementing secure and reliable communication services. 6.IEEE International Mediterranean Conference on Communications and Networking September 4-7, 2023 | Dubrovnik (Croatia) IEEE MeditCom is a highly anticipated networking conference that brings together worldwide visionaries from academia, research labs, and industry. The event will focus on addressing the challenges in communications and networking. It will provide a platform for researchers to present their work on various topics, including theoretical and systems research and vertical technologies. By attending IEEE MeditCom, industry leaders in the networking industry will be able to discover the latest advancements and research findings. Furthermore, the conference will offer an opportunity to engage with local IEEE Sections, ComSoc Chapters, and Sister Societies from the Mediterranean region. The presence of distinguished keynote speakers like Gerhard P. Fettweis, Petar Popovski, Jean-Claude Belfiore, Mohamed-Slim Alouini, and Antonia M. Tulino will further enhance the value of this event. 7.Cyber Security Training at SANS Network Security Las Vegas 2023 September 6-11, 2023 | Las Vegas (US) SANS Network Security 2023 offers industry leaders in the network industry the opportunity to learn valuable real-world cybersecurity skills from experts. The event, both live online and in Las Vegas, will provide interactive training with hands-on labs and the chance to participate in NetWars Tournaments. Attending SANS Network Security will allow professionals to enhance their knowledge, network with peers in real-time, and stay up-to-date with industry trends. With courses aligned with GIAC certifications, attendees can validate their expertise in specialized InfoSec, network monitoring domains and job-specific roles. Jon Gorenflo, a prominent figure in the field, is a keynote speaker at the event, and will be sharing his expertise and on-field experience. Conclusion The event listing showcases numerous opportunities for networking businesses to gain a competitive edge. By experiencing these upcoming conferences, industry leaders can tap into the latest research, emerging technologies, and best methods in network monitoring. This invaluable knowledge equips them to make informed decisions, develop innovative solutions, and optimize processes. The conferences allow to connect and enable businesses to explore new avenues, forge strategic alliances, and unlock potential growth opportunities. Ultimately, the comprehensive insights gained from these conferences empower networking businesses to adapt to evolving market dynamics, enhance their capabilities, and thrive in an innovative environment.

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NOT SO FAST: HOW CORONAVIRUS IS DELAYING THE 5G ROLLOUT

Article | September 28, 2023

Coronavirus (COVID-19) has been relentlessly spreading across the world. Countless events, both international and domestic, big and small, have been either postponed or canceled due to the ongoing pandemic. This was supposed to be the year the 5G network rollout would make the technology mainstream and widely available. But the much-anticipated rollout of the lightning-quick 5G network may now be in the slow lane. Because of the increasing spread of the disease in many European countries, various 5G network spectrum regulators have postponed the long-awaited auction of the 5G spectrum. These auctions were crucial for network providers to launch or expand the already existing 5G network systems.

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Did 5G cause coronavirus? Four reasons why ‘dangerous’ conspiracy theory is completely wrong

Article | May 18, 2023

5G is a little higher at 3.4GHz to 3.6GHz, but that's tiny when you consider that microwaves go up to 300GHz. And visible light comes in at a range of around 430THz to 770THz. That's more than a thousand times higher than the maximum microwave – and 100,000 higher than 5G. Dangerous radiation, like UV rays, X-rays and gamma rays are also far higher up the spectrum still. Early theories suggested 5G could lead to cancer – and now crackpots have linked it to coronavirus too. But it's simply impossible for 5G to cause any of these problems. Radiation damages cells by breaking them apart, but 5G microwaves simply lack the power to do this. 5G is a low-frequency radiation, far below infrared and visible light. In fact, it's essential that 5G is low-frequency, because higher frequencies are less useful at delivering mobile signals over large areas. We know that this level of radiation is safe, because otherwise the visible light from our televisions would have killed us a long time ago.

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The Best Router Security Configurations for Your Business WiFi Network

Article | June 28, 2022

Wi-Fi and the Internet have become an indispensable part of our daily lives. Because of the importance and convenience of a business Wi-Fi network, it is now a must-have service for most businesses. Unfortunately, numerous small-to-medium-sized businesses lack the resources and cyber skills required to appropriately secure their networks. This can be a major issue because an unsecured network exposes the company to attacks from hackers looking to steal valuable company information or customer data. How Can Businesses and IT Leaders Strengthen Their Wi-Fi Security? A data breach can cripple your business. It not only undermines consumer trust, but data breaches cost an average of $4.24 million. Fortunately, improving your Wi-Fi security is not difficult. To safeguard your company's wireless Internet connection, follow the steps outlined below. Use Up-To-Date Wi-Fi Encryption You should upgrade your hardware if it can only support WEP or WPA encryption. The Wi-Fi Alliance strongly encourages the widespread use of WPA2. Cutting-edge encryption has been demonstrated to be protected against even the most persistent attackers when correctly implemented. If you run an enterprise environment, you should take advantage of the extra security provided by specific digital certificates. Encrypt Wi-Fi Router Administration Pages Taking your Wi-Fi security a step further needs the use of a Wi-Fi digital certificate to secure your admin login pages. Self-signed certificates that come pre-installed on a few routers are untrusted, easy to copy, and prone to Man-In-The-Middle (MITM) attacks. TLS certificates from reputable certificate authorities can ensure that all of your Wi-Fi connectivity is safe and confidential. If your router's quick start guide does not contain digital certificates, you can obtain information on the manufacturer's support page. Consider Restricting MAC addresses Smaller network managers can lock down MAC addresses for more control. Wireless routers and access points use MAC (Media Access Control) address filtering to block attacks. Every WiFi-enabled device has a unique MAC or physical address and a list of connected devices. You can manually enter addresses to define network access, but hackers can fake MAC addresses. Use Always-On SSL You must utilize HTTPS across your website and apply it to Wi-Fi. Accessing an account on an encrypted page and subsequently interacting with the site through unencrypted pages exposes the user to session-side jacking. Create a Guest AP with Tighter Security Not all businesses must enable guests or customers to connect to their networks, but some companies do offer guests access by providing them with guest login credentials. If your company falls into this category, set up a dedicated guest AP that is isolated from the rest of the company network. You can set up a second AP on your router and utilize a firewall to limit access from that AP to certain services that you want your visitors to be able to access. Closing Lines Nowadays, having an internet connection is critical for organizations, as is keeping it secure from hackers. Moreover, when conducting business, it is crucial to keep critical information and customer data secure. Otherwise, you risk compromising your company's image. So, if you want to maintain your Wi-Fi network security and keep your business working effectively, you must adhere to a few fundamental principles. Finally, you are on the path to make your Wi-Fi network safer and more robust by following all of these techniques at once or step by step.

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