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Acting To Safeguard Advanced Network Threat
   -Ram Prasad,Network Engineer, INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGED SERVICE,In2IT Technologies Pvt Ltd


Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) is a network attack in which an unauthorized person gains access to a network and stays there undetected for a long period of time. The intention of an APT attack is to steal data rather than to cause damage to the network or organization. APT attacks target organizations in sectors with high-value information, such as national defense, manufacturing and the financial industry. More recent incident involved targeted attack on Sony Pictures. Traditional defense tools are failing to protect enterprises from advanced targeted attacks and the broader problem of advanced malware. Enterprises are spending billions of dollars on firewalls, intrusion prevention systems (IPSs), endpoint protection platforms and secure Web gateways. Yet, advanced targeted attacks (ATAs) and advanced malware continue to plague enterprises........Read More


Wireless Networks With Power Efficiency
   -Pari.S, Senior Consultant Delivery, In2IT Technologies Pvt Ltd, South Africa


The mode of communication and the effectiveness on their usage with respect to telecommunication industry has grown enormously in the past decade and will continue to grow in the future for both the developed and the developing countries in the world. It is now that the world is addressing the significant environmental impact telecommunications is creating as well as the incredible cost on power usage of the network elements in the ever growing industry. This realization has led to a push towards Green Communications that strives for improving energy efficiency as well as energy independence of telecommunications and the ICT sector. This paper reviews recent energy efficient advances made at specific point within the communications cycle such as components, network operation and topology, and incorporating renewable and alternative energy in wireless communication environment.......Read More