Aging IT infrastructure is exposing businesses to more security vulnerabilities and cyberthreats, as both malicious actors and those defending companies’ IT systems ratchet up the sophistication of their tactics, according to a report from Cisco.
One of its key conclusions of the Cisco 2016 Annual Security Report is that cyberthreats to companies are multiplying and becoming more complex.
“Adversaries and defenders are both developing technologies and tactics that are growing in sophistication,” the report notes. “For their part, bad actors are building strong back-end infrastructures with which to launch and support their campaigns. Online criminals are refining their techniques for extracting money from victims and for evading detection even as they continue to steal data and intellectual property.”
Jason Brvenik, principal engineer in Cisco’s Security Business Group told BizTech that the company is “now sees the attackers using professionally designed, architected and scaled architectures. They’re not fly-by-night operations.”
The report notes that connected and digitized IT and operational technology are critical elements for any business today, resulting in the need for companies to make IT security a top priority. “Yet many organizations rely on network infrastructures built of components that are old, outdated and running vulnerable operating systems — and are not cyber-resilient,” the report states.
Cisco says it “recently analyzed 115,000 Cisco devices on the Internet and across customer environments as a way to bring attention to the security risks that aging infrastructure— and lack of attention to patching vulnerabilities—present.”
The company looked at the devices as they would be seen from the Internet, an “outside in” view, and found that 106,000 of the devices — 92 percent of the sample — had “known vulnerabilities in the software they were running.”
Cisco also found that the software in those devices was outdated and vulnerable, containing 26 vulnerabilities on average.
“In addition, we learned that many organizations were running outdated software in their network infrastructure,” the report notes. “We found some customers in the financial, healthcare and retail verticals using versions of our software that are more than six years old.”
Why are there so many vulnerabilities? “Reliability breeds complacency,” Brvenik says. “We know that breaches drive vendor behavior to Strengthen security. We haven’t seen large-scale infrastructure attacks. We think it’s a latent issue and that organizations need to plan to protect their infrastructure in much the same way they protect their compute plans.”
Cisco surveyed chief security officers and security operations managers in 12 countries to get information on the state security threats and defenses, Brvenik says. The survey found that security professionals’ confidence in their ability to respond to threats compared has declined since 2014.
“For example, in 2015, 59 percent of organizations said their security infrastructure was ‘very up to date,’” the report notes. “In 2014, 64 percent said the same. However, their growing concerns about security are motivating them to Strengthen their defenses.” Cisco attributes the falling confidence levels to “the steady drumbeat of high-profile attacks on major enterprises, the corresponding theft of private data, and the public apologies from companies whose networks have been breached.”
Threats are growing more sophisticated, but that is also pushing security professionals to protect their networks more. “For example, we are seeing more security training, an increase in formal written policies, and more outsourcing of tasks such as security audits, consulting and incident response,” the report says. “In short, security professionals show signs that they are taking action to combat the threats that loom over their networks.”
According to the report, “more companies (66 percent) have a written, formal security strategy in 2015 than was the case in 2014 (59 percent).” Additionally, 90 percent of respondents said that security awareness and/or training programs are delivered to security staff on a regular basis, the first time in Cisco’s surveys that the 90 percent threshold had been reached on that question, Brevnik says.
Yet Cisco warns against complacency. “The moves toward training and outsourcing are positive developments, but the security industry can’t stop there,” the report states. “
It must continue to increase its use of tools and processes to Strengthen the detection, containment and remediation of threats. Given the barriers of budget limitations and solution compatibility, the industry must also explore effective solutions that provide an integrated threat defense.”
According to Cisco, small and mid-size businesses (SMBs) are not devoting as many resources to IT security as their larger counterparts. “For example, 48 percent of SMBs said in 2015 that they used web security, compared to59 percent in 2014,” the report notes. “And 29 percent said they used patching and configuration tools in 2015, compared with 39 percent in 2014. Such weaknesses can place SMBs’ enterprise customers at risk, since attackers may more easily breach SMB networks.”
More often than not, the report found, “SMBs are less likely than large enterprises to have incident response and threat intelligence teams.” This could be because they lack the resources to dedicate to such teams. The report found that 40 percent of respondents at companies with fewer than 500 employees cited budget constraints as the biggest obstacle to adopting advanced security processes and technology.
“In addition, of the SMB respondents that do not have an executive responsible for security, nearly one-quarter do not believe their businesses are high-value targets for online criminals,” the report says. “This belief hints at overconfidence in their business’s ability to thwart today’s sophisticated online attacks — or, more likely, that attacks will never happen to their business.”
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There is a wide range of job roles across a number of vertical markets that VDI can address. One type of user is called the “Power User,” and it’s a job role where they work with applications that generate very complex renderings. The work requires greater amounts of memory and Intel CPU processing cycles to complete, which impacts the overall system performance — thus they are a high-power user. One way to ease power burdens is to add NVIDIA GPUs to the configuration. A Graphical Processor Unit (GPU) can perform the application renderings, removing the burden from the CPU inside the server. Of course, this offers many benefits to performance and the user experience.
Cisco’s technology delivers a future-ready infrastructure prepared for just about anything, with a remarkably simple operating model — organizations benefit from simple configuration, easy deployment and implementation, managed from Cisco Intersight.The result is an ideal platform on which leading VDI “broker” solutions from Citrix and VMWare can be deployed. With Cisco’s solutions, customers can roll out highly-advanced systems and architecture easier than ever.
Some of the advantages include:
It’s a great platform for any company that wants centrally managed infrastructure, with less hassle and improved uptimes. But also it’s highly scalable, ideal for IT services, with higher profitability and performance than most local solutions. Organizations can swap over pretty easily, netting significant cost savings via server consolidation, power savings, and potentially application license savings, but without sacrificing the power and performance they’ve come to expect.
How do the employees benefit? They can work from any location, on any endpoint, and at any time without losing access to the tools they need most — and better yet, without anyone having to manage several forms of hardware, various versions of applications, patch management, and all of the IT overhead associated with it.
Referring to a future-proof solution, the primary focus is the hardware behind the scenes, and in Cisco’s systems, that’s governed by the X-Series architecture. Yes, as time goes on and more powerful hardware is needed, newer compute nodes can easily be added to the X-Series chassis, all managed by Cisco’s cloud-based systems management tool, Cisco Intersight. The Cisco VDI technology, utilizing either Citrix or VMware Horizon, allows for more workloads with higher demands, albeit now using more-efficient hardware. As opposed to traditional rack-mounted servers, with UCS all that power is still delivered through a smaller and more manageable form factor. It’s more convenient overall and uses a single multifunctional management tool for administrators and IT.
Cisco claims the UCS X-Series “rethinks what a server can and should be.” It’s adaptable, expandable, and remarkably efficient — by deploying these systems, businesses save time on IT and digital operations. IT teams have had to completely reimagine their operating models to match the new remote and hybrid workforces. Even with teams returning to the office, the same concerns are going to persist, particularly when it comes to security and dynamic endpoint management. Yet with VDI solutions, it doesn’t matter whether you’re managing 500 users to 5,000, or where they’re connecting and working from — home, office, or a remote location — instant access and flexibility are always there.
Where does NVIDIA fit in?
At the heart of those UCS X-Series systems for accelerated VDI are NVIDIA’s powerful GPUs and software, and not just for graphics-intensive capabilities either. Breakthroughs in AI, data analytics, IT and managed services, accelerated computing, and beyond are all being supported and driven by NVIDIA and Cisco’s technologies. The NVIDIA A16 and A40 are ideal fits to support the vast majority of power user requirements while the NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU, for example, complements AI infrastructure and makes a huge performance difference for Cisco customers.
Server-side, the hardware works together to provide unprecedented performance and experiences to users, who are connecting from all over the world. GPU-accelerated virtual desktop solutions elevate the user experience in many ways. Yes, the performance is enhanced, but the related systems are capable of much more than your average desktop solution. Graphic and visual design, game development, software development, AI processing, 3D rendering of any kind — all of these activities benefit from NVIDIA GPUs. Distributed workers get the power they need for any task, and they don’t have to upgrade a single thing — it’s accessible from any endpoint whether that’s a work laptop, desktop at the office, or another remote platform entirely.
It’s not any one environment that’s going to be the major driver of cloud computing adoption. Just as IT organizations and workers adapted to a sudden shift to hybrid work circumstances a couple of years ago, it’s going to happen again with many returning to offices and IT relocating workloads by moving from the cloud back to on-premise deployments in the data center. It doesn’t make sense to manage the necessary hardware on traditional platforms with old methods, especially when data centers are maintained in-house. A more cost-effective, flexible, and, frankly, a better-performing solution is to offset the technology, by implementing Cisco’s VDI platform(s). It empowers the same paradigms as a BYOD environment, albeit with much safer and better-maintained solutions behind the scenes.
Some real world uses are:
In a world where infinitely more power and performance are required, and where there’s a continued demand by the average workforce, it makes sense to roll out a centrally managed solution like Cisco’s VDI technology. Why handle everything on your own when you get the full support of industry experts, with the hardware and resources to back it all up?
NVIDIA and Cisco are collaborating to deliver precisely this, in virtual desktop and cloud technologies that truly transform the end user experience. If you have any lingering questions, and as with most things, the best way to understand is to experience it for yourself, or rather experience it with the rest of your team(s).
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Operation Management Services
Router and Switch Infrastructure Market Segmented into Application:
Data Center Services
Virtual Network Services
Services for Home and Enterprises
Key Parameters Which Define the Competitive Landscape of The Global Router and Switch Infrastructure Market:
1. Profit Margins
2. Product Sales
3. Company Profile
4. Product Pricing Models
5. Sales Geographies
6. Distribution Channels
7. Industry Evaluation for the Market Contenders
The report also imparts figures appertaining to CAGRs from a historical and forecast point of view. The report offers an executive summary of the market and issues a clear picture of the scope of the market to the report readers analyzes the global and key region's market potential and advantage, opportunity, and challenge, restraints, and risks. It strategically analyzes each submarket with respect to individual growth trend and their contribution to the global Router and Switch Infrastructure market.
Key Questions Answered In Market Research Report:
1. Which grooming regions will continue to remain the most profitable regional markets for market players?
2. Which circumstance will lead to a change in the demand for Router and Switch Infrastructure during the assessment period?
3. How can market players capture the low-hanging opportunities in the market in developed regions?
4. What are the projections anticipated for the market in terms of capacity, production, and production value?
5. What is market chain analysis by upstream raw materials and downstream industry?
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Table of Contents:
1. Router and Switch Infrastructure Market Overview
2. Market Competition by Manufacturers
3. Production by Region
4. Global Router and Switch Infrastructure Consumption by Region
5. Segment by Type
6. Segment by Application
7. Key Companies Profiled
8. Router and Switch Infrastructure Cost Analysis
9. Marketing Channel, Distributors and Customers
10. Market Dynamics
11. Production and Supply Forecast
12. Consumption and Demand Forecast
13. Forecast by Type and by Application (2022-2028)
14. Research Finding and Conclusion
15. Methodology and Data Source
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Increase in adoption of multi-cloud networking in fintech, surge in deployment of cloud service providers (CSPs), and need for disaster recovery and contingency plans have boosted the growth of the global multi-cloud networking in fintech market.
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the report published by Allied Market Research, titled, "Multi-Cloud Networking in Fintech Market by Component (Solution, Service), by Enterprise Size (Large Enterprises, SMEs), by Cloud Type (Public, Private): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021-2031". As per the report, the global multi-cloud networking in fintech industry generated $362.3 million in 2021, and is estimated to reach $1.9 billion by 2031, growing at a CAGR of 18.2% from 2022 to 2031.
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Major determinants of the market growth
Increase in adoption of multi-cloud networking in fintech, surge in deployment of cloud service providers (CSPs), and need for disaster recovery and contingency plans have boosted the growth of the global multi-cloud networking in fintech market. On the contrary, dearth of skilled workforce and complexity of redesigning the network for the cloud hinder the market growth. However, surge in number of small- and medium-sized enterprises would open new opportunities in the future.
The service segment to showcase the highest CAGR through 2031
Based on component, the service segment is expected to register the highest CAGR of 19.4% during the forecast period, as it helps to manage concerns efficiently with personalized assistance and optimized performance development. However, the solution segment held the largest share in 2021, accounting for nearly three-fifths of the global multi-cloud networking in fintech market share in 2021, as it provides personalized services, accelerates throughput, and reduces operational costs.
The SMEs segment to register the highest CAGR by 2031
Based on enterprise size, the SMEs segment is projected to manifest the highest CAGR of 19.6% during the forecast period, owing to increasing technological investments and growing innovation. However, the large enterprises segment dominated in terms of revenue in 2021, accounting for more than two-thirds of the global multi-cloud networking in fintech market share in 2021, as multi-cloud offers much better security with multiple backups at different servers.
The public segment held the largest share
By cloud type, the public segment held the lion's share in 2021, accounting for nearly four-fifths of the global multi-cloud networking in fintech market, as it offers tools and services, which help to store data and monitor records of all the IT network assets to deliver additional services. However, the private segment is estimated to register the highest CAGR of 20.9% during the forecast period, as it provides a more stable solution for financial institutions by dedicating exclusive hardware within financial firms.
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North America to hold the largest share by 2031
Based on region, North America held the highest share in 2021, contributing to around half of the market, due to its high concentration of cloud and security vendors such as Microsoft Corporation, Cisco Systems, Inc., and Broadcom Inc. However, the global multi-cloud networking in fintech market across Asia-Pacific would register the fastest CAGR of 20.8% from 2022 to 2031, due to rapid economic and technological developments in the region.
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