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September 23, 2019

About Babur Khan

Babur Nawaz Khan is a Technical Marketing Engineer at A10 Networks. He primarily focuses on A10's Enterprise Security and DDoS Protection solutions. Prior to this, he was a member of A10's Corporate Systems Engineering team, focusing on Application Delivery Controllers. Babur holds a master's degree in Computer Science from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.


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September 23, 2019

Klein Independent School District Enhances Security with High-performance SSL/TLS Decryption

Sixty-three percent of K-12 educators use technology in the classroom daily with laptops and computers being the most commonly used. It should come as no surprise that schools with the heaviest focus on technology--like those that make up the Klein Independent School District (ISD) in Texas--are starting to turn an eye towards security. The school…

July 30, 2019

Mayors of America, Beware! – Ransomware is coming to town

Ransomware attacks have been around for a long time. We saw a huge spike in ransomware attacks, and the resulting damages, from 2016 to 2017, including the devastating WannaCry attack of 2017 that cost organizations as much as $4 billion in damages. There was a slight lull in ransomware activities in the 2018 but in…

July 17, 2019

TLS 1.3 - Status, Concerns & Impact

It is common knowledge that in August, 2018, TLS 1.3 was ratified by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), which has made it the new standard for connection security on the internet. The approved version of the RFC is an upgrade of the TLS 1.2 standard, which had been under discussion for over two years…

July 16, 2019

Enforcing GDPR - A New Era of Accountability and Fines

In September 2018, British Airways announced that a data breach had occurred on their website and app. It was initially estimated that the data related to around 380,000 card payments was compromised. However, recent estimates suggest that the breach affected around 500,000 users. The attack was carried out by hackers using a skimming attack, where…