Month: August 2012

Cisco IPv6 IOS Hardening – DoD Style

***Updated on 14 May 2014 – regarding NET-IPv6-022, See below*** Thousands of network engineers in the DoD out there looking at implementing IPv6 now have to address a few Security and Technical Implementation Guidance (STIG) items that they used to just annotate as “Not Applicable – NA.”  Now, IPv6 security is important.  If you are …

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Why 802.1x is Not Enough: How to Implement SeND – Part 2

Last month I presented the case as to why 802.1x authentication is not enough for local network (wired or wireless) security (go back here to read).  In this post I will present an alternative: IPv6 Secure Neighbor Discovery (SeND).  If you have an IPv6 enterprise, small IPv6 deployment, or a little IPv6 lab then pay …

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Tachyon Dynamics helps NetApp Achieve DoD UC APL Certification

Fairfax, VA — (August 16, 2012) – NetApp, Inc. (NASDAQ: NTAP), a leader in data storage and storage provisioning enterprise and data center products achieved the Defense Department Unified Capabilities Approved Products List (UC APL) certification with the help of the Washington DC-based Information Technology firm: Tachyon Dynamics. NetApp received its certification as the first …

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