FROM Bailing Wire TO Biometrics
- Start-up aims to ease 'Net overload. Gittlen, Sandra // Network World;10/19/98, Vol. 15 Issue 42, p14
Features computer start-up company Equinix of Redwood City, California, which provides facility for peering of internet service providers. Entry into the Internet traffic exchange; Planned sites; Founders; Source of fund.
- Equinix Posts Q4 Revenue of $638 Million, up 13% YoY. // Green Data Centers & Internet Business Newsletter;Feb2015, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p16
The article reports that data center and Internet provider Equinix has posted 638.1 million dollar revenue for the fourth quarter of 2014 which was 3% increase over the previous quarter.
- IDENTIFYING PEER-TO-PEER TRAFFIC ON SHARED WIRELESS NETWORKS. Piel, Simon; Jung, EJ // Proceedings of the Conference on Digital Forensics, Security & L;2013, p25
Tracing contraband downloads leads investigators to an IP address, and in turn Internet Service Providers (ISP) can provide a physical location using this IP address. However, most homes and offices share this IP address among many computers using wireless networks. In other words, there needs...
- Barracuda Introduces New Features. // Database & Network Journal;Dec2009, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p25
The article reports on the addition of new features by Barracuda Networks Inc. which target larger service providers and enterprise customers. It cites the additional features such as delegated administration which enables customers to customize their own filtering system, new administrative...
- Study finds ISPs calm in the hacker storm. Wilson, Carol // Telephony;9/24/2007, Vol. 248 Issue 15, p17
The article reports on the findings of the study of Arbor Networks company on how Internet service providers (ISPs) address security issues in the U.S. It reveals that ISPs believe that they can mitigate Internet attacks due to their huge dollar investments on security infrastructure. It also...
- ISPs could cash in on security services for UK Internet users. Armitt, Claire // New Media Age;7/14/2005, p11
This article reveals that Internet service providers (ISPs) could make profit on security services for Internet users in Great Britain. Half of Internet users in the country would pay their ISPs to protect them from viruses and spam, claims new research from Internet security company Preventon....
- THWARTING THE ZOMBIES. Fisher, Dennis // eWeek;3/31/2003, Vol. 20 Issue 13, p25
This article focuses on the possible implications of distributed-denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks on Internet service providers. Downstream Internet service providers and their end users can be suddenly shut off. Traffic in several segments of the global network may slow down and take several...
- EBay accounts exposed. // APC (Bauer Media Group);Jul2005, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p18
This article reports that flaws in eBay Inc.'s security systems and customer assistance model have been exposed after an Internet service provider caching issue allowed several customers to access each other's accounts without passwords. In March 2005, a few AAPT users reported finding...
- Managed security or Web censorship? ISP's intrusion-detection system freezes usage. McClure, Stuart; Scambray, Joel // InfoWorld;10/02/2000, Vol. 22 Issue 40, p56
Calls for the use of managed security-monitoring services that treat the customer as a partner in the monitoring effort. Monitoring capabilities of an Internet service provider; Enforcement of good Internet citizenship through managed security-monitoring services.