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Technology in Government

Government or public sector had extensive range of technology by generation one a decade, some as old as from IBM dominance main frame technology, to Windows-Intel (WinTel) Windows server and client, to client/server application and web application, and the modern mobile application to perform various federal to state government function. As the one of the

Types Of Performance Testing

Load Testing Load testing is a software testing technique used to examine the behavior of the system when subject to expected and extreme normal load conditions. Load testing are generally carried out under controlled laboratory conditions to differentiate between two different systems. Load testing are designed to test the requirements of non-application software applications. Load

Performance Testing Steps

Performance testing also known as a test bed, the testing environment is where the software, hardware, and networking are provided to perform performance tests. To use the test environment for performance testing, developers can use the following seven steps: 1. Identify the testing environment Identify hardware, software, network configurations and tools available allows test teams
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Meaning of Load Testing?

Meaning of Load Testing?

Load testing is a software testing technique used to examine the behavior of the system when subject to expected and extreme normal load conditions. Load testing are generally carried out under controlled laboratory conditions to differentiate between two different systems. Load testing are designed to test the requirements of non-application software applications. Load testing are
Performance testing is the testing to performed ascertain component and how the components of a system are performing under a particular situation. Beside that, performance testing is type to determine the performance of the system and check the speed, scalability, reliability, stability under variety of load condition.This testing is the subset of performance engineering, which
Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST)
Dynamic application security testing (DAST) is a process of testing an application or software product in an operating state. This kind of testing is helpful for industry-standard compliance and general security protections for evolving projects. Mostly, IT professionals contrast dynamic application security testing (DAST) with another type of application testing, static application security testing (SAST).
Static Application Security Testing(SAST)
Static application security testing (SAST) is a type of security testing that relies on inspecting the source code of an application. In general, SAST and application security testing services detect critical vulnerabilities within systems such as SQL injection, buffer overflow, and cross-site scripting and involves looking at the ways the code is designed to pinpoint
Application Security Testing Definition
Application security is the use of software, hardware, and procedural methods to protect applications from external threats. Once an afterthought in software design, security is becoming an increasingly important concern during development as applications become more frequently accessible over networks and are, as a result, vulnerable to a wide variety of threats. Security measures built
Infinity War at Telco Industry Begin

Infinity War at Telco Industry Begin

At the movie world we saw Avengers: Infinity War part 1 on movie screens. At the telecommunications industry we saw the infinity war is begin as well with T-Mobile and Sprint are merging to invest in 5G Mobile Network and market under T-Mobile name. This USD 26 billion deal will impact everyone, start from the
Steps to Generic Network forensic examination
A generic Network forensic examination includes the following steps: Identification, preservation, collection, examination, analysis, presentation and Incident Response. Identification: recognizing and determining an incident based on network indicators. This step is significant since it has an impact in the following steps. Preservation: securing and isolating the state of physical and logical evidences from being altered,
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What Network Layers are Analyzed in Network Forensics?
This section shows where network forensic methods can be applied within the different network protocols or layers. Data-link and physical layer examined (Ethernet) Methods are achieved with eavesdropping bit streams on the Ethernet layer of the OSI model. This can be done using monitoring tools or sniffers such as Wireshark or Tcpdump, both of which
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Network Forensics Sources Investigate
Network forensic investigators examine two primary sources: full-packet data capture, and log files  from devices such as routers, proxy servers, and web servers—these files identify traffic patterns by capturing and storing source and destination IP addresses, TCP port, Domain Name Service (DNS) site names, and other information. Full-Packet Capture. The advantage of full-packet capture is that the content, and therefore
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Network Forensics Analysis Tools Used

Network Forensics Analysis Tools Used

Forensic analysis of network data allows investigators to reconstruct network activity during a particular period of time. These techniques are commonly used to investigate individuals suspected of crimes and to reconstruct the sequence of events that took place during a network-based information security incident. There are many network forensic analysis tools you can use, several
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What does Network Forensics mean?

What does Network Forensics mean?

Network forensics refers to investigations that obtain and analyze information about a network or network events. It is a specialized category within the more general field of digital forensics, which applies to all kinds of IT data investigations. Typically, network forensics refers to the specific network analysis that follows security attacks or other types of
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How Cloud Monitoring Works ?

The term cloud refers to a set of web-hosted applications that store and allow access to data over the Internet instead of on a computer’s hard drive. For consumers, simply using the internet to view web pages, access email accounts on services such as Gmail, and store files in Dropbox are examples of cloud computing
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Importance of Mobile Device Forensics
The term “mobile devices” encompasses a wide array of gadgets ranging from mobile phones, smartphones, tablets, and GPS units to wearables and PDAs. What they all have in common is the fact that they can contain a lot of user information. Mobile devices are right in the middle of three booming technological trends: Internet of
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Benefits of Cloud Based Server Monitoring
Cloud-based server monitoring is a quick and easy service to implement, with no upfront capital costs or infrastructure to deploy. You can have full monitoring of all your critical servers set up in minutes, while still tending to your day job. If you’d like to know more, here are the top eight benefits of cloud-based
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Achieving Advanced Mobile Device Forensics
It seems nearly everyone owns some sort of mobile device these days. Therefore, it’s not surprising to learn that smartphone usage has exceeded computer usage. Given the rapid growth of these devices, it is rare for investigators to conduct a digital forensic investigation that does not include a smartphone or mobile device. For many, the
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Mobile device forensics is law technology today
Mobile device data acquisition, in addition to traditional digital data sources, is a key component of any defensible discovery protocol. However, acquisition of mobile device forensic data is often far more complicated than many people realize and can encompass much more than just cell phones. As the personal and professional use of mobile device technology
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6 Reasons Cloud Monitoring Is Different Than Server Monitoring
1. Monitoring Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) Style App Hosting One of the big advantages of cloud computing is the ability to deploy your applications, and the server aspects of it are completely managed. As a developer, I love only having to worry about my application. Application deployment options like Heroku, Azure App Services, Google Cloud Engine and
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Best Practices for Cloud Monitoring

Best Practices for Cloud Monitoring

Monitoring in Different Cloud Environments Cloud monitoring is easier if you operate in a private cloud for reasons we mentioned earlier (control and visibility), as you have access to the systems and software stack. Though monitoring can be more difficult in public or hybrid clouds, application performance monitoring tools (APM) give you visibility into performance
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What does Cloud Monitoring mean?

What does Cloud Monitoring mean?

Even if all or part of your infrastructure is in the cloud, you need to monitor it.Pretty much every business is using the cloud in some form these days. In fact, 93 percent of businesses say they use cloud services, and many anticipate investing in it more. According to new research, enterprises expect to spend about 26% more
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Tapping on Digital Transformation (DT) for continue relevant in the new market
The world is changing at the speed of light, tapping on Digital Transformation (DT) for continue relevant in the new market, is new market reality, we see lot of company fall due to no able to seize the new capability require for competing in the new changing market space. The bigger the company and more success
Network security vs network performance monitor
Securing your network is vital to your organizations livelihood, survival and future. But often, while securing the network, network performance is affected in adverse ways. Finding a happy medium between these two technologies — and very often separate IT departments — is a challenge. In this column, Paul Morville looks at what’s driving the convergence
Monitoring the Performance and Diagnostics of Network, 15 Indicators of Compromise on your network
In one sense, you already have an army of network monitors in your library. Every time something goes wrong, you probably get a few spontaneous alerts from patrons and colleagues. However, if you want preventive information and in­-depth analysis of what’s happening on your network, you need network monitoring software. Why Should You Monitor the
Who can benefit from Computer Forensics?
Computer Forensics is fast becoming one of the most beneficial forms of investigation available to legal proceedings. In this day and age, almost everyone will use a computer or mobile phone at some point in the day, so it is highly likely that most crimes or breaches of privacy will come into contact with one
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Indicator of compromise, IOC

The Benefits Of Computer Forensics

It is generally said that the forensic accountant analyse 100% data as against the external auditors chossing the samples. But imagine as a certified forensic accounting professional you are required to analyze hundreds of thousands or even millions of line items of journal entries, invoice items, receipts and payments. How would you identify items to
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Network Performance Monitoring and Diagnostics Benefits
As IT evolves to become more complex, there is one element that continues to increase in importance: network monitoring. As the name suggests, network monitoring involves watching for problems 24/7, but it’s also about maintaining system performance, ensuring availability, and identifying areas for improvement – all critical for the successful running of an organisation. Network
What changed on NPMD in 2018 and onward

What changed on NPMD in 2018 and onward

Analyst house Gartner, Inc. recently released their annual Magic Quadrant for Network Performance Monitoring and Diagnostics. Gartner recognizes that network performance is integral to success in any digital business. They believe that Network Performance Monitoring and Diagnostics (NPMD) solutions are critical to network visibility, performance issue detection, and root cause analysis. The report is vendor
Virtualization monitoring approaches and tools
NPMD (Network Performance Monitoring and Diagnostics) tools allow for network engineers to understand the performance of applications and infrastructure components via network instrumentation. Additionally, these tools provide insight into the quality of the end user’s experience. The goal of NPMD products is not only to monitor the network components to facilitate outage and degradation resolution,
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