Deep learning opens up new worlds of possibility in artifi cial intelligence, enabled by advances in computational capacity, the explosion in data, and the advent of deep neural networks. But data is evolving quickly and legacy storage systems are not keeping up. Advanced AI applications require a modern all-fl ash storage infrastructure that is built specifi cally to work with high-powered analytics.
Advances in deep neural networks have ignited a new wave of algorithms and tools for data scientists to tap into their data with artificial intelligence (AI). With improved algorithms, larger data sets, and frameworks such as TensorFlow, data scientists are tackling new use cases like autonomous driving vehicles and natural language processing.
Deep learning opens up new worlds of possibility in artificial intelligence within the Financial Services industry, enabled by advances in computational capacity, the explosion in data, and the advent of deep neural networks. But data is evolving quickly and legacy storage systems are not keeping up. Advanced AI applications require a modern all-flash storage infrastructure that is built specifically to work with high-powered analytics.
Advances in deep neural networks have ignited a new wave of algorithms and tools for data scientists to analyze and action data using artificial intelligence (AI). Financial services companies can greatly benefit from this leap forward in technology that enables unique insights into all aspects of the industry. With improved algorithms, larger data sets, and frameworks such as TensorFlow, data scientists now have the ability to tackle complex problems and find credible and profitable solutions.
SDx Central host a webcast to look at troubleshooting top-down application performance in Cisco SDWAN networks as well as assessing impact to application bottoms- up in a Cisco ACI data Center.
Jeremy Rossbach, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, CA Technologies
Jason Normandin, Sr Principal Manager, CA Technologies
Jessica Lyons Hardcastle, Senior Editor, SDx Central
Most organizations have a dirty little secret: they are relying on user and password-based authentication to protect sensitive internal applications. With 81% of data breaches involving weak or stolen credentials1, applications that use single-factor authentication are an easy target for attack. Unfortunately, updating internal cloud applications—as well as legacy and custom applications—to support multi-factor authentication can be an IT headache for many organizations.
Okta and Palo Alto Networks have collaborated to make rolling out multi-factor authentication a snap. Join Daniel Lu, Product Marketing Manager at Okta and Kasey Cross, Sr. Product Marketing Manager at Palo Alto Networks, to learn:
>The latest trends in credential-based attacks
>Why every sensitive cloud application needs multi-factor authentication
>How to enforce network-level multi-factor authentication without touching your apps using Palo Alto Networks and Okta
Published By: Forcepoint
Published Date: Jul 30, 2019
Financial institutions are facing increasing network security challenges as their organizations become more distributed, applications move to the cloud, and threats rapidly evolve. But legacy solutions are fragmented, labor intensive, and inconsistent. You need a better way.
Forcepoint Next Generation Firewall (NGFW) leads the industry with #1 security, manageability, and availability. Download our whitepaper to learn about:
Senior IT executives’ perspectives on the current network security landscape
Forcepoint NGFW’s centrally managed solution combining enterprise-grade SD-WAN and network security
Success stories from companies like Sword Apak, Avency, and Carglass
MPO connectors increase your data capacity with a highly efficient use of space. But users have faced challenges such as extra complexities and time required for testing and troubleshooting multi-fiber networks.
VIAVI helps overcome these challenges with the industry's most complete portfolio of test solutions for MPO connectivity.
For years, high-tech companies have relied on manual, linear, design-to-deliver processes when selecting, managing, and collaborating with suppliers of components and raw materials. But the digital marketplace has transformed the nature of how business gets done. Digital networks are disrupting business and changing the nature of direct spend management – and just in time to deliver new efficiencies and cost savings needed to compete in today’s complex marketplace.
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As networks become decentralized and users connect directly to SaaS applications, backhauling traffic to apply security policies just isn’t efficient. Plus, backhauling internet bound traffic is expensive, and it adds latency. More and more branch offices are migrating to direct internet access (DIA). Find out how to quickly and easily secure this traffic.
An opportunity for Chief Procurement Officers (CPOs): As business models evolve and technology advances, CPOs can elevate their value across enterprises and extended supplier networks with Cognitive Procurement capabilities that can sense and act.
How do you build a security posture that is future proofed and yet drive cost down for your organisation?
o Increase the efficiency and the return of your current security investments by simply add, upgrade or consolidate security devices without disrupting the capability or capacity to encrypt or decrypt traffic.
o Reduces upfront capital cost by eliminating the need to over-provide for the network security infrastructure
Download e-guide for industry best practices.
Whether you’re a private company moving people or goods, or a governmental organization responsible for managing traffic flow, urban environments present a common set of challenges. Greater safety, reduced congestion and pollution, a better consumer experience, more well-organized networks and intuitive vehicle use are shared goals for all those looking to transform urban mobility.
City transportation is about to undergo a seismic change. This presents a huge opportunity for businesses to improve their services and for public sector leaders to understand and manage networks more efficiently.
By reading this ebook, you will discover how location intelligence helps:
- Meet ever-increasing customer expectations of timely pick-ups and deliveries
- Improve safety and congestion across a road network
- Reduce operational costs and improve efficiency for movers of people and parcels
-Maximize the use of fleet vehicles and drivers by efficiently matching supply to demand
Commerce today involves an increasingly complicated supply chain ecosystem. Companies rely on suppliers and buyers across the globe, most of whom they’ve never met. They use multiple carriers and modes of transportation, across international borders, with different languages, currencies and laws. This ever-changing landscape means that companies of all sizes must be more diligent than ever when it comes to managing their supply
chain — and their risk.
In addition, e-commerce has revolutionized purchase behaviors, creating loftier customer expectations, and putting increased pressure on sellers to find new ways to meet those needs. Global networks and tight time constraints can amplify the impact from unpredictable events, like theft, damage, weather and natural disasters. This puts even more pressure on a company’s supply chain, and its bottom line.
Published By: Gigamon
Published Date: May 23, 2019
A new report from Gigamon ATR helps security practitioners understand how Emotet, LokiBot and TrickBot traversed enterprise networks without detection in 2018. It particularly focuses on the malwares’ command and control (C2) and lateral movement, as these behaviors expose opportunities to observe network traffic, discover these threats and reduce risk. The goal: shorter mean time to detection and response, a more mature security program and a balanced approach to mitigating risk.
Published By: Commscope
Published Date: Jun 24, 2019
The less you hear about your building’s network, the better.
Enterprise networks rarely make the news unless the news is bad—and an unplanned outage is about as bad as it gets. In 2017, a tech’s typo at one of the world’s largest cloud services providers took a large swath of servers offline for four agonizing hours. According to one estimate, it cost S&P 500 companies $150 million—and U.S. financial-service companies $160 million—in lost revenue.
Of course, the financial hit is just one aspect of an outage. The true cost also includes lost productivity and damage to your reputation. As our reliance on ITC infrastructure increases, the cost of an unplanned outage will only go up.
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