In prioritizing health and well-being, organizations all over the world are finding out how they can work effectively together even when their employees are separated by physical distance. Ian Jones, head of F5’s global Professional Services and Training Services teams, highlights the ways organizations are meeting today’s demands, and surfacing lessons that will apply long after the pandemic ends.
Comme les réponses gouvernementales à la pandémie COVID-19 vont de la prévention et de la protection à lʼatténuation des effets, les entreprises doivent réagir rapidement aux changements spectaculaires que ces efforts ont entraîné sur lʼactivité. Que vous luttiez pour répondre aux pics dʼutilisation, communiquer efficacement avec une main-dʼœuvre tout à coup éloignée ou faire en sorte que tous les employés aient accès aux applications qui leur permettent de faire leur travail, voici quelques conseils simples pour vous aider à vous adapter à notre nouvelle réalité.
Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against service providers are significantly on the rise, according to new research from F5 Labs. An analysis of global customer security incident data from the past three years—both mobile and landline—also found that brute force attacks, though still prevalent, are on the wane.
Following the popular 2018 Application Protection Report, F5 Labs (the company's security threat intelligence research team) is introducing a portal for its Application Protection Research Series to cover longer timeframes and the big-picture threat landscape. In addition, the team is rolling out an Education series centered on foundational concepts in information security, designed for people new to the industry or interested in exploring a particular niche.
According to the 2018 Global DNS Performance Benchmark Report, the state of DNS resiliency among enterprises and top SaaS providers is poor, with 60% relying on a single source for their authoritative nameservers.1 In this article, we’ll explore the necessity of having a secondary DNS service.
As you are probably aware, F5 has completed the acquisition of NGINX and as of May 9, 2019, NGINX is now part of F5. We want to assure our customers that F5 is committed to the security of our products and our network.
Today, your applications are your business, and they are also the gateway to your data for cybercriminals. Protecting your data, and your business starts by thinking app security first.
If you don’t like change, IT is a bad place to be. There are those that might argue that, even if you readily embrace change, IT can still be pretty challenging. However, despite the continuous, incremental changes, there are key inflexion points worth calling out.
BIG-IP Cloud Edition gives you role-based access to build and configure F5’s market leading application services for your apps.
In a recent survey conducted by Appian, one in 5 respondents reported a backlog of over 50 application requests, and 72 percent don't believe they can scale up to meet demand.