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= Intro =
On this edition of Enterprise Security Weekly, Rapid 7 makes a strategic integration, should you use artificial intelligence in your enterprise to replace your workforce?, what is your DDoS mitigation strategy?, a big social media company sets out to create an open-source project that will stick it to Cisco, and Amazon sucking it in the cloud, but not like that. All that and more so stay tuned!
==Episode Audio== <div align="center">{{#widget:SoundCloud|id=291501743|width=75%|height=100|color=660202|visual=false}}</div> ==Enterprise Security Announcements==
ITPro.TV Annoucenment: "Quick announcement, ITProTV has updated their course library to include:
Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016
Networking with Server 2016
*Mention the Online Survey*
= Enterprise Security Weekly News =
<center>{{#ev:youtube|O6Hqs9DNuxM}}</center> - ''Through Nexpose integrations with both McAfee ePO and McAfee DXL, mutual customers will have extended visibility into each asset on their network, increasing the ability to manage risk with automated response to threats including malicious file infections. Nexpose provides live vulnerability monitoring, allowing customers to automatically collect data and analyze network exposure as it changes. Using this data, Nexpose prioritizes risk based on customer environments and attacker behavior, and then streamlines remediation by aligning IT and security workflows.''
Second, previously unknown attack types, known as “zero-day attacks” are also on the rise.'' ''One such mitigation strategy is to use an Anycast DNS provider. This would enable an organization to maintain control of its own DNS servers while using the same management methods and processes. The only difference is that Anycast DNS providers would block all inbound traffic to the organization’s DNS servers and only allow incoming connections from the provider’s systems. The provider will perform a periodic zone transfer for the organization’s domain records and then publish the records from the provider’s DNS servers, which are “Anycasted” and hosted in multiple locations around the world.'' ''The device, dubbed Voyager, features four ports, each capable of sending 200 gigabits of data per second over fiber. Voyager’s open-source, “white box” design would allow customers to load their own networking software on the device, setting it apart from competing products from companies like Cisco, which come pre-bundled with proprietary management software.' ''For companies that rely on Windows or Linux computer servers running in their own data centers, the Server Migration Service, announced last week, will theoretically make it easier to move them to AWS servers. This move comes just weeks after AWS and VMware announced a way for VMware, a big rival, to run its data center software on—you guessed it—AWS servers.''
= Using Bro In The Enterprise =
Description: Bro is a fantastic open-source tool, capable of analyzing packets at high speeds and big bandwidth. Learn how you can implement this open-source tool in your enterprise today, for the win!


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