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Network Critical to Exhibit with ExtraHop Networks at AFCEA TechNet in Hawaii: 15-17 November 2016


This is a brief message to alert our readers that Network Critical will be exhibiting with ExtraHop Networks at the AFCEA TechNet Asia-Pacific event. The event is being held at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki in Hawaii between the 15th and 17th November, 2016.

About TechNet Asia-Pacific

TechNet Asia-Pacific, now in its 31st year, is co-sponsored by AFCEA International and AFCEA Hawaii. It is the largest event in the Pacific Rim focusing on regional defense issues. Keynote speakers, panel moderators and panelists will discuss defense policies and challenges in the Asia-Pacific region and their relevance to both Industry and Government. Industry exhibitors will demonstrate products and solutions to meet the Services' requirements and needs.

About AFCEA

AFCEA International, established in 1946, is a non-profit organization serving its members by providing a forum for the ethical exchange of information, and dedicated to increasing knowledge through the exploration of issues relevant to its members in information technology, communications and electronics for the defense, homeland security and intelligence communities.

About AFCEA Hawaii

AFCEA Hawaii is made up of over 700 members representing the military, federal government, and industry. Though we may have diverse backgrounds, our unified goal is to support the mission of AFCEA and ultimately, the security of our great nation.

The NC team will be taking this opportunity alongside ExtraHop Networks to exhibit technologies and offer insight and advice surrounding Network Solutions. The Network Critical team will be discussing our TAP and Packet Broker technology and their ability to simplify the connection of security and performance tools to networks. As a global developer of network access technologies, we believe that events such as these are important and valuable opportunities to meet with network engineers, designers, partners and cutomers.

If you are attending the event, please come and introduce yourself to the team - We look forward to meeting you there!

More information can be found on the official event website:
events.afcea.org/TNAP16/Public/enter.aspx

Posted: 01/11/2016 18:15:09 by Network Critical with 0 comments

Ghosts, Witches (and Hackers)...Boo!


October 31st is when ghosts, witches, goblins and other superstitiously scary beings become particularly active. Halloween in the US and many parts of Europe, Dia de Muertos in Mexico, Teng Chieh in China, Yue Lan (Festival of the Hungry Ghosts) are a few names for the holiday that precedes the Christian celebration of All Saints Day. We thought it would be a good time to have some fun with some of the origins and superstitions that are celebrated this time of the year.

In Germany, the people put their knives away on Halloween night so that no harm can come to the spirits that roam the earth on that night and that the spirits can do them no harm. In Hong Kong they light fires and offer gifts to calm potentially angry ghosts. In the United States children dress in costumes and roam their neighborhoods for free candy and treats. El Dia de Muertos in Mexico is a joyous holiday of celebration, remembering ones ancestors and lasts for three days. Halloween, regardless of what it's called is, indeed, a global holiday celebrated in one form or another from Sweden to New Zealand.

So, by now you might be asking, “OK, I get the ghosts and witches part, but where do the hackers come in?” Hackers are scary. However, while the scary holiday happens once a year, hackers are busy 365 days a year (366 on a leap year). The hacking business never closes, never takes a holiday.

Perhaps the Halloween season can be a convenient trigger for an annual employee cyber security training session. Call it the Scary Stuff Training Session. These sessions can actually be held semi-annually or quarterly with a different theme for each season. The point is that, regardless of the security expertise that is on the payroll in the IT department, the employee is often the weakest link in the chain.

Here are some interesting (and scary) statistics from a Software Advice survey:

  • Only 24% of respondents said they never accept invitations from strangers on social media sites.
  • Only 36% of survey respondents said that they were “very confident” that they could recognize and resist a phishing attack.
  • 39% of employees admit that they have opened emails that they suspect may have been fraudulent or contain malware.

Now that is pretty scary, but here is another interesting data point for the employer, not the employee: Only 39% of employees surveyed received ongoing training or advice at their workplace. Many companies spend millions of dollars on technology to protect and defend against various hacking attacks. This technology is necessary and very beneficial. However, the often overlooked piece of the cyber security plan is employee training. It is critical to train employees in proper use of IT resources and establish consequences for policy violations. Also, providing information about how to spot suspicious communications can be very helpful in protecting against a breach.

You can hide your knives, put out flowers and wear scary masks but none of that will keep hackers away from your door. Thanks to Software Advice, however, here are some practical tips to help keep your systems safe all year long:

  • Teach employees how to properly check social media invites;
  • Only update certain details or information directly on a website (never via an email link);
  • Combine a practically focused training program with the appropriate deployment of technical solutions, such as effective filtering tools;
  • Subscribe to “security-as-a-service” Internet safety solutions.

Network Critical would like to wish all of our customers and partners a Happy Halloween. May all the scary stuff be in your imagination, and not in your network.

 

Posted: 28/10/2016 17:37:58 by Network Critical with 0 comments

Global Security, Local Education: Data Connectors, Austin TX, November 9, 2016


This is a quick one to let our readers know that Network Critical will be attending the Data Connectors Conference in Austin, next month. The event will take place at the Omni Austin Hotel Downtown, and will be held on Wednesday 9th November.

Data Connectors conferences are one of the premier technology security events, focused on the latest products and best practices available in an educational environment. You will find local product sources & seminars and have the opportunity to meet with representatives from many of the top security companies.

The Network Critical team will be demonstrating our TAP and Packet Broker technology and their ability to simplify the connection of security and performance tools to networks. While Network Critical is a global developer of network access technologies, we believe that these local events are important and valuable venues to meet with network engineers and designers.

So, if you are near Austin on the conference date, please feel free to contact us at marketing-team@networkcritical.com and arrange an appointment!

If you are interested in finding out more information on this or other Data Connectors events, their website details are as follows: http://www.dataconnectors.com/event/austin-wednesday-11-09-2016/

Posted: 27/10/2016 14:33:06 by Network Critical with 0 comments

Rocky Mountain Technology Summit - This week, we are in Denver!


As part of our ongoing global event schedule, we’d like to take this opportunity to inform our readers that the Network Critical team will be exhibiting at the Rocky Mountain Tech Summit, which takes place in Denver, CO this week, and will be offering FREE REGISTRATION to the event. This is in keeping with our sustained efforts to carefully support business on both a local and global scale.

The Inaugural Rocky Mountain Technology Summit will be held at the Colorado Convention Center (Four Seasons Ballroom) on Wednesday, October 26th 2016 from 7am-5pm.

The theme for 2016 is "Conquering Your IT and Security Objectives".

Attend The Rocky Mountain Technology Summit to get the right tools and make vital connections to best prepare your company for the broad spectrum of ever-changing technology trends.

If you would like to take the opportunity to meet with the Network Critical team at this event, then simply contact us at marketing-team@networkcritical.com to book an informal appointment!

Through Network Critical, you can reserve your spot and waive the conference fee by using the promotional code: networkarray on the following link: http://machaoncorp.com/reg/?ee=23

Posted: 24/10/2016 15:43:43 by Network Critical with 0 comments

Hack Attack in the APAC!


While network security is a growing global issue, countries in the Asia/Pacific region have some particular challenges that should be discussed. The USA has computers, data centers, and the internet. So do the UK and EMEA. The same applications, email, and servers are used all over the world. So, what is so unique about APAC?

According to the Mandiant Consulting M-Trends APAC Report, it takes companies in the region an average of 520 days to discover a breach. The global average is 146 days. During that time the infecting malware is growing, transforming and embedding further in the network. Early detection is critical to blocking attacks before they embed in the network and have a chance to proliferate.

Another regional issue is the lack of reporting requirements or protocols. Many nations currently have, or are developing, reporting requirements to encourage information sharing and a better understanding of the macro threat landscape. Generally, firms are not inclined to publish the fact that their systems have been compromised or that confidential information entrusted by clients or customers have been stolen. Without specific reporting regulations, the region is blind to the breadth, depth, motivations and severity of cyber attacks.

Finally, there seems to be a growing trend of attacks on public infrastructure. The reason that APAC is being targeted for infrastructure attacks is that these nations have a high proportion of that infrastructure connected to the internet. According to a 2016 Deloitte report on cyber security vulnerabilities, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Japan and South Korea are primary targets because of the large portion of their connected infrastructures. South Korea, in fact, has 10 times the number of internet-connected industrial control systems as China or India. An Operation Dust Storm Report lists electrical generation, oil and natural gas, finance and transportation as prime attack targets. Primary motivations for these attacks can range from straight theft, extortion, revenge or political and social disruption.

What can be done to combat the growing threat to public and private systems and infrastructure? Here are three areas for improvement that, while likely not eliminating cyber threats, can help shrink the threat landscape, diminish attack destruction and speed up detection.

  • Segment Networks - While this is often slightly less efficient than one large connected infrastructure, it is an essential and effective strategy to limit the threat landscape. If one network is compromised, the entire system will not be subject to attack. The discovery of breaches and their mutations can be more effective in a smaller system.
  • Protect End Points - Connected devices such as laptops, smart phones, tablets and other connected devices must have updated anti-virus protection. Network firewalls should include Intrusion Protection Systems (IPS). Just like safely crossing a street, look both ways. Firewalls and IPS are helpful in catching malware attempting to enter the system. There are also specialized systems for Data Loss Protection (DLP) that establish and enforce policies for data leaving the system. Even with proper credentials (hackers can often counterfeit authentication credentials), DLP policies will restrict access based on pre-determined policies. Note that not everyone needs access to all the data. Severe restriction to download permission for sensitive data can limit damage even if the system has been compromised.
  • Protect Data - There are two strategies to protect confidential data. First is strong encryption. Second is non-networked back-up. If back-up is done automatically to a set of servers that are on the same network, a system breach will likely compromise the back-up as well as the primary. Regular and consistent off-net back-up ensures that critical data will be available in the event the primary system is breached.

Note that all other regions around the globe are constantly challenged by a serious and fast-growing cyber security threat. Each global region has their own specific vulnerabilities and challenges. So, this spotlight on APAC is not disparaging. It simply shines a light on areas where public and private systems can improve.

While there is much to be done, countries in the APAC region are developing strategies and improving their technologies for a safer connected infrastructure. A recent ABI Research Study reports that in the next four years APAC will spend US$22 Billion on infrastructure security.

The hopeful news…As international information sharing improves, and new cyber legislation and international enforcement and cooperation improves, cyber threats will wane. Fantasy? Right now, yes. In the future, maybe not.

Posted: 20/10/2016 18:13:23 by Network Critical with 0 comments

Network Critical Joins the Riverbed-Ready Technology Alliance Program


[ALPHARETTA, GEORGIA] – October 17, 2016 – Network Critical, a global innovator in network access and visibility, today announced that it has joined the Riverbed®-Ready Technology Alliance program to bring new capabilities to Riverbed customers, expand the value and impact of Riverbed solutions in specific industries and markets, and help customers master the technical challenges of the hybrid enterprise. Integrating Network Critical SmartNA-Xproducts with Riverbed solutions allows Network Critical to leverage Riverbed’s advanced technologies and market-leading products to enhance their offering to customers. Network Critical can assure their customers that their Riverbed-Ready solutions are tested, verified, and supported.

The foundation of network and application monitoring is access and visibility to data flows. Network Critical provides a broad range of network packet broker (NPB) solutions, a radical new approach that provides granular visibility into network activity. Network packet broker technologies intelligently direct the right traffic to the relevant network tools helping to optimize network and application performance - The result is vastly improved visibility right across the network and applications. In addition, for the ultimate in flexibility, Network Critical’s solutions are modular and scale to dynamically accommodate growth, which in turn creates a highly efficient monitoring access environment that’s perfectly attuned to next-generation data demands whilst increasing ROI and reducing CapEx.

The program framework enables partners to extend the Riverbed Application Performance Platform™, the most complete platform to give CIOs unparalleled visibility to deliver, optimize, and control all IT resources across the hybrid enterprise. Today, hybrid architectures and SaaS applications bring significant benefits to organizations - agility/time to market, cost savings, flexibility - but also challenges, such as the complexity of multiple clouds, networks, service providers, and SLAs, plus end users everywhere, and hundreds of applications (including SaaS apps like Salesforce, Microsoft Azure/Office 365, and Amazon Web Services) that need to be managed and delivered across a mix of networks.

Riverbed-Ready partners will focus in areas such as security, cloud and virtualization, business applications, network performance management, application performance management, networking, and storage. Partners can leverage Riverbed open APIs and additional development tools to help with customization, integration, and automation.

“Joining Riverbed-Ready lets us develop integrated, tested solutions that give our customers the assurance that the solution works as promised,” said Mike Harrison, VP of Sales and Marketing at Network Critical. “Network Critical and Riverbed are delivering solutions that help our customers’ hybrid enterprises perform at their peak.”

“Through the Riverbed-Ready program, Riverbed and Network Critical will provide our customers integrated solutions that extend the Riverbed Application Performance Platform,” said Katie Colbert, vice president, global technology alliances at Riverbed. “Together, Riverbed and its partners are providing end-to-end solutions that provide deep visibility, optimization, and control to inspect, direct, and protect workloads across the hybrid enterprise.”

Riverbed Application Performance Platform product families include: Riverbed® SteelHead™ to optimize and control application delivery throughout the hybrid enterprise; Riverbed® SteelCentral™ for end-to-end visibility, analytics, and diagnostics across the hybrid enterprise; and Riverbed® SteelFusion™ to virtualize and consolidate 100% of data and servers from remote sites into data centers, making data secure and apps run as if hosted locally.

As a partner of Riverbed, Network Critical is also involved as a proud sponsor of the inaugural ‘SharkFest Europe’ in Arnhem, Netherlands on October 17th -19th. SharkFest is an annual educational conference focused on sharing knowledge, experience and best practices among members of the Wireshark global developer and user communities. Participants come together to hone their skills in the art of packet analysis by attending a rich and varied schedule of sessions taught by the most seasoned experts in the industry.

About Network Critical

A global company, Network Critical leads the network monitoring industry with constant innovation and unique modular design. Our technology ensures 100% continuous network visibility and ZERO packet loss. Our products eliminate any concerns of downtime while adapting to the configuration of your network and scaling alongside growth. Network Critical’s SmartNA-X, SmartNA-X HD™ and SlimLine Optical Fiber TAPs provide the foundation to connect a variety of network appliances for application, compliance, analysis and security monitoring. The innovative Drag-n-VuGraphical User Interface makes deployment accurate, simple and fast by performing complex calculations in the background leaving only drag and click operation to the user. For more information go to www.networkcritical.com.

Posted: 17/10/2016 08:03:49 by Network Critical with 0 comments

SharkFest Europe v1.0 - A Little History


Network Critical is a proud sponsor of the very first SharkFest in Europe. The Wireshark Developer and User Conference, known commonly as SharkFest, has, historically, only been held in the United States since its inception eight years ago. By popular global demand, the first European Sharkfest is being held October 17-19, 2016 at the Hotel Papendal, Arnhem, Netherlands.

SharkFest is an annual educational conference focused on sharing knowledge, experience and best practices among members of the Wireshark global developer and user communities. Participants come together to hone their skills in the art of packet analysis by attending a rich and varied schedule of sessions taught by the most seasoned experts in the industry.

Wireshark is a classic example of a product being developed to fulfill a specific need. In our consumer driven economy, many companies are developing products and then creating the need via marketing and advertising campaigns. Wireshark was developed out of the need for a tool to track down network problems and better understand what was going on in the network. Between 1997 and 2008 there were many versions, bug fixes, patches and revisions to the first release of the program called Ethereal. Finally, in 2008 Wireshark 1.0 was released. The first Sharkfest Developer and User Conference was also held in Los Altos, California that same year. Network Critical was a sponsor at the early SharkFest events and we're pleased to continue with our support this year.

Some of the presentations at the very first SharkFest conference were “WinPcap Do’s and Don’ts”, “Intro to Writing Wireshark Packet Dissectors” and “Analysing 802.11n MIMO” along with many other educational sessions. One presentation that was a little different, however, was called, “Tapping Basics” presented by Network Critical.

A foundational principle of analysis is that first, the packets must be accurately captured. The Network Critical presentation is important because TAPs provide a fail safe method of capturing packets. By installing permanent taps with fail-safe technology, larger networks can use analysis software without breaking links for each diagnostic session and be assured that power failure to the TAP would not bring down the network.

Network Critical made its mark in the industry by introducing the first permanent, high density, modular TAP with IEEE standard power failover technology. Eight years later, the permanent TAP has transformed into the permanent intelligent TAP. New features such as filtering and port mapping allow more efficient and granular analysis by presenting only relevant packets to the analyzer. Intelligent TAPs also allow packet capture over both fiber and copper media, as well as conversion from one to the other.

Version 2.0 of Wireshark was released in 2015 featuring a new user interface. Network Critical also continues to innovate with new features for TAPs such as the Drag n Vu User Interface making set-up and deployment faster and more accurate with the click of a mouse. Packet Brokers have also been added to the product portfolio for more complex networks. Packet Brokers can connect multiple appliances allowing security, compliance, application performance and analysis tools to share the same link information.

Wireshark is now the most widely used network analysis software and has over 500 contributing authors. According to www.lovemytool.com, the software is downloaded from users around the world at a rate of 300,000 times a month. Wireshark Europe 2016 continues to inform and connect the global Wireshark community. We are pleased to be associated with SharkFest and look forward to seeing many of our friends, customers and partners next week.

Posted: 14/10/2016 14:42:50 by Network Critical with 0 comments

Cyber Defense Initiative Conference - This week, we are in Bangkok!


This is a quick message to remind our readers in Thailand and the surrounding area that Network Critical will be attending the Cyber Defense Initiative Conference (CDIC) in Thailand this week. The event will take place at the BITEC exhibition center, Bangkok, and will be held on Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th October.

With the support of government agencies and private organizations, the CDIC is now in its 15th year of operation. The theme of this year’s conference is “Time to Trust”: Trust and Innovation for the digitized, Value-based Economy. The framework of the event is built upon the cooperation between all sectors. This is extremely important to the future of Thailand and the entire of Southeast Asia. There will be particular importance this year on the advancement of Financial Technological Innovation and the security surrounding electronic payment systems. To keep up with the pace of technology, such as Big Data Management & Analytics, and surveillance, key speakers will approach the threats, risks and privacy issues faced by businesses. Focus will be on the measures that can be taken in order to prevent threats, producing quick and cost-effective response so that all types of organizations can develop this 'Trust in Cyberspace’ by establishing a strong Cyber Resilience.

Network Critical is a global developer of intelligent Network Access Technologies; we believe that these global events are important and valuable opportunities to meet with network engineers, designers and vendors from around the world. As critical sources of knowledge, relationships and insight, events such as the CDIC, Bangkok, will continue to feature in Network Critical’s global schedule as we stay committed to providing up-to-date quality products and services in an ever-changing market.

So, if you are in Bangkok this week, or would like to approach us about the event or its topics, please feel free to contact us at marketing-team@networkcritical.com to arrange an appointment or discussion.

If you are interested in finding out more information on this event, you can find more details here: www.cdicconference.com/

Posted: 10/10/2016 20:45:22 by Network Critical with 0 comments

Are You Managing Security or Fighting Fires?

There is a big difference between fighting a fire and deploying a fire prevention plan. When you fight a fire, the damage is done. Your goal is primarily to limit the damage as best as possible, then work on rebuilding what was burned. When you deploy a fire prevention plan, you look for and minimize vulnerabilities and create policies that will reduce the probability of a fire ever taking root. You train your people and establish fire safety policies. Having an effective fire prevention plan reduces the probability that you will endure the risk and cost of an actual fire. Preventing is generally much less expensive than rebuilding. Preventing, however, takes some planning, forethought, and budget.

FireMon research at InfoSec Europe discovered that over half of IT security professionals spend most of their time fighting security fires rather than developing proactive plans and policies to block attacks. A good security plan requires thoughtful analysis of the threat landscape as well as an understanding of business risks, consequences and cost of a breach. Once an understanding of the landscape and risks are developed, policies need to be established and internalized into the corporate culture. Finally, technology must be researched and deployed to support the policies and reduce the threat landscape. All this takes time, budget and support throughout the entire organization, not just the IT department.

Since much of IT security is based on blocking the loss of confidential data, I will focus on Data Loss Prevention (DLP) technology. DLP is a rapidly growing market for many reasons. A few key trends include:

  • A rise in cloud computing causing a lack of direct oversight and potential platform disconnects.
  • Increased importance of business continuity requiring around-the-clock access to information.
  • Rapid growth in cyber crime requiring more time and attention spent on IT and data security.

In addition to the obvious need to secure important data, there are also new regulations governing certain business sectors requiring specific safeguards to be in place. A few such regulations include Sarbanes-Oxley, Health Insurance Portability, Accountability Act and Gramm-Leach-Bliley. The need for compliance with security regulations, the potential for brand humiliation resulting from breaches, and the increasing cost of corporate data theft are causing rapid growth in the DLP appliance market. In fact, the Data Loss Prevention market is expected to grow from less than $1 Billion in 2015 to $2.64 Billion by 2020.

A sound DLP policy requires a detailed analysis of root causes, sensitivity to privacy issues, analysis of the value and confidentiality of stored data, learning who has access to data and understanding where data is going. Once this knowledge is acquired, security gaps are identified and breach-response procedures are developed. Addressing these complex issues can not be accomplished by technology alone, but deploying proper protective technology remains a critical step in a data protection policy.

Data Loss Prevention appliances that connect to network links can help set and enforce policies regarding what data can be accessed by whom, and where that data can go. Reports have shown that many businesses do not enforce access parameters to sensitive data. DLP appliances can set authentication and access parameters so that only the employees whose job function requires certain information are allowed to access that information. Further, the information may be restricted from being downloaded onto certain devices such as flash drives, smartphones and laptop computers. By reducing the number of people and devices which have access to confidential data, you can greatly reduce the probability of that data falling into the wrong hands.

DLP appliances, of course, must connect to network links to see and control the flow of data. Directly connecting these appliances to links may impact network availability. One of the best ways to connect in-line appliances without risking network performance is to use TAPs. TAPs are network access devices that provide the ports to connect security appliances and also provide by-pass switch technology to prevent network outage if the appliance is taken out of service.

Cyber crime is a growing business. However, data protection is also a growing business. Proactively investing the time and budget to create a comprehensive security policy, including Data Loss Protection, is more important than ever. Fire prevention, while time-consuming, is much cheaper in the long run than rebuilding after a disastrous fire.

Posted: 06/10/2016 14:39:50 by Network Critical with 0 comments

Network Critical to Exhibit at SharkFest Europe - Netherlands, October 2016


This is a brief message to alert our readers that Network Critical will be exhibiting at the inaugural SharkFest Europe event. The conference is being held in Arnhem in the Netherlands between the 17th and 19th of October. Network Critical is an official AngelShark sponsor of the event.

SharkFest is an annual educational conference focused on sharing knowledge, experience and best practices among members of the Wireshark global developer and user communities. Participants come together to hone their skills in the art of packet analysis by attending a rich and varied schedule of sessions taught by the most seasoned experts in the industry.

The NC team will be taking this opportunity to exhibit technologies and offer insight and advice surrounding Network Solutions. The Network Critical team will be discussing our TAP and Packet Broker technology and their ability to simplify the connection of security and performance tools to networks. While Network Critical is a global developer of network access technologies, we believe that these focused events are important and valuable venues to meet with network engineers and designers.

If you are attending the event, please come and introduce yourself to the team - We look forward to meeting you there!

More information can be found on the official event website: sharkfesteurope.wireshark.org/

 

Posted: 05/10/2016 14:01:58 by Network Critical with 0 comments

IP EXPO Europe - This week, we are in London!

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This is a quick one to let readers know that Network Critical will be attending IP EXPO Europe, in London this week. The event will take place at the ExCeL exhibition center, London, and will be held on Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th October.

With six top IT events under ONE roof, 300+ exhibitors and 300+ free to attend seminar sessions, IP EXPO Europe is the must-attend IT event of the year for CIOs, heads of IT, security specialists, heads of insight and tech experts.

The event showcases brand new exclusive content and senior level insights from across the industry, as well as unveiling the latest developments in IT. IP EXPO Europe now incorporates Cloud Europe, Cyber Security Europe, Networks & Infrastructure Europe, Data Analytics Europe, DevOps Europe and Open Source Europe.

Network Critical is a global developer of intelligent Network Access Technologies. We operate on both a local and global scale. As invaluable sources of knowledge, relationships and insight, events such as IP EXPO Europe will continue to feature in Network Critical’s global schedule, as we stay committed to providing up-to-date quality products and services in an ever-changing market.

So, if you are in London on the conference date, or would like to approach us about the event or its topics, please feel free to contact us at marketing-team@networkcritical.com to arrange an appointment or discussion.

If you are interested in finding out more information on this event, you can find more details here: www.ipexpoeurope.com/

Posted: 03/10/2016 14:14:14 by Network Critical with 0 comments