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Look Where the Future of Internet Security is Heading to…

Hackers are getting more sophisticated and it has become tough for businesses to survive their attacks. Today, internet means a lot, rather everything to us. Things are changing at a faster rate and so will the internet. Consequently, the new interfaces will bring in unique security challenges. On the other hand, there will be a major shift in the devices used for surfing the internet.

internet security

The future On the other hand, there will be a major shift in the devices used for surfing the internet. The future locality of internet connections would no longer be restricted to businesses; it will be embedded into cars, everyday appliances, clothing, and even disposable packaging. It’s going to be everywhere, making security more challenging than ever.

centralized management

Thinking of the wildest guesses as to how the internet will grow, our focus should now be directed at thinking about how it can be safeguarded in the future.

centralized visibility

Some of the precise questions to be seriously thought upon are: How important will then security be? What will it cost – as an individual & an organization? What will the unseen threats look like? How will we defend against their attacks? Let us first look at the existing elements of the internet network security. Five elements of internet security are practiced today – Architectural, Technological, Psychosociological, Procedural and Existential elements. But the question remains – Will this state of affairs last?

next generation firewall

Though simple, internet-based attacks will prevail and some hackers will continue using the traditional means of attack, the huge leap of technological transformations invites the need of precise and advanced security procedures. Many of the common characteristics will be transcended by tomorrow’s attacks and most of them will:

  • Be untraceable
  • Survive on the Net as self-multiplying software entities
  • Not be controllable or stoppable
  • Have no discrete beginning or end
  • Persist for years, even decades, in a longitudinal attack

unified threat management

The ultimate problem persists – how are we going to deal with these? How will we defend against the threats and secure the data that is most important to us? Active search has already been initiated by major organizations and if they perform well on board, the networks themselves may help to improve their own immune systems. Then, destiny would be survival of the fittest networks. To avail their Internet Security,visit http://www.netactivity.us/contact-us or call Harry Bhatia at 2165035150 X 206.

 

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