NEC Partners With Cisco, Introduces Cyber Threat Proof Network Equipment
Crypto Guide
Live News

Keeping up with all the cryptocurrency news and updates is not an easy task, but we are up to the challenge! This way we can help our readers to keep track of changes in these fast growing currencies. Just like our site, lambo2btc.com is willing to face this challenge and on their site, they compile the features, key elements, and recent news involving bitcoin casino sites and which are the best to try!

NEC Partners With Cisco, Introduces Cyber Threat Proof Network Equipment

February 19, 2020      Jyoti Singh

The Japanese IT and electronics company, NEC has partnered with Cisco to strengthen the authenticity of network equipment by using fraud detention technologies and the blockchain technologies of NEC. It has been announced that the network equipment would be introduced in the financial year 2020. 

Cyber Threat: A Serious Issue

According to the reports, the introduction of network equipment has been considered a very important advancement by NEC, as it would strengthen the verification and monitoring throughout the network system supply chain.

In present times, cyber threats have become a big concern for everyone, as it could cause serious economic and social damage. 

For NEC, the security measures for network equipment have become an important issue. It also noticed that the company also has to deal with risks that occurred throughout the supply chain. The NEC wanted to deal with those risk, therefore, it decided to design a platform where information could be shared safely while partnering with Cisco. 

The report further stated that presently it is important to verify the authenticity of Cisco’s equipment with NEC, therefore, to do so, the company would combine the proprietary Trustworthy technology of Cisco with the lightweight tamper detection technology and blockchain technology of the NEC. 

During the verification, the Trustworthy technology of Cisco would use the specific IDs of the device, their digital signature and other technical elements. At the same time, Lightweight tamper detection technology would use embedded software to detect program tampering. After the inspection of technologies, the network administrators could monitor and manage the authenticity of the Cisco device.

NEC Future Plan

According to the reports, the NEC has also planned to expand its effort throughout the entire life cycle. The report further stated that NEC and Cisco’s combine initiative would confirm the authenticity of the device. Soon, NEC would also start end-to-end monitoring of network equipment for security areas.

READ  Ethereum fails to breach $209, more liquidations and downtrends?
#Cisco #Cyber Threat #NEC #Network Equipment
Jyoti Singh
Jyoti Singh

Jyoti is a graduate from GGSIPU and has done her PG Diploma in English Journalism from IIMC. Presently, she is working as a content writer with Agio Support Solution Pvt. Ltd. Her aim is to provide informative content about cryptocurrency and blockchain, to the tech-enthusiasts.