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Encryption-Based Cyber Attacks Are Increasing: How to Stay Safe

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| July 26, 2018

Encryption’s popularity has gone through the roof over the past few years, however, it may not be the cyber security silver bullet some hope. The volume of encrypted traffic traversing the web has increased roughly 90% each year since 2015. If those year-over-year growth patterns hold true, Gartner forecasts that, come 2019, 80% of all […]

Cisco Live 2017: Everything Your Business Needs to Know

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| July 7, 2017

  The evolution of networking is all about the DNA. Cisco Live, the company’s yearly tech summer camp, wrapped up last Thursday amidst the sweltering summer heat of Las Vegas. Cisco used this opportunity to showcase the evolution of the security, scale, and simplicity inherent to the next generation network. The key platform launched last […]

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Microsoft Responds as Hackers Target SHA-1 Vulnerability

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| February 29, 2016

Heads up: Edge and Internet Explorer users may have noticed a slight uptick in the number of downloads dubbed untrustworthy by those browsers so far this year. The reason? Effective January 1, Microsoft changed Windows’ default settings so many files downloaded from the Internet bearing an SHA-1 code signature are viewed as suspicious. Late last […]

Microsoft 2015 Worldwide Partner Conference Recap

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| July 29, 2015

I have a confession to make. I’m new to consulting. However, I have been working with Microsoft technologies for over 15 years now. From support to architecture to managing IT teams, I’ve seen Microsoft from many different angles. Now that I work for Arraya Solutions, I can experience Microsoft from a new side – as […]

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Poodle Vulnerability Leads to More Digital Worries

Arraya Insights Arraya Insights| October 23, 2014

It may not have an ominous-sounding name like Heartbleed or Shellshock, but the just-discovered Poodle vulnerability is still something that could cause problems for IT teams and end users alike. The vulnerability, which was discovered by Google researchers Bodo Möller, Thai Duong and Krzysztof Kotowicz, affects SSL 3.0 encryption software. Poodle (short for “Padding Oracle On […]

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