PHP Flaw Threatens Embedded Linux Devices
An old flaw is being actively exploited and is now threatening the new Internet of things world.
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Why This Stock Is the Best Value in Network Security
Analyzing the network security sector sometimes gives you the feeling that you are researching the only one company, just at different stages in its development.
Palo Alto Up 7%: Bulls Cheer Growth, Market Share; Bears Fret Juniper Risk
Shares of Palo Alto Networks are up $2.02, or 4%, at $48.12, after the company last night beat fiscal Q1 expectations and forecast this quarter's revenue higher as well.
Cisco Is A Safer Investment Than Pessimism Indicates
Cisco Systems remains a leading player in computer networking, but it has charted a bumpy course in 2013.
Sourcefire founder's 3 secrets to a successful business
Martin Roesch , founder of Sourcefire, addressed attendees on Monday at the Maryland Technology Development Corp.'s Entrepreneurs Inspiring Entrepreneurs Expo and highlighted these two notions.
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Sourcefire founders advice on building a company that sells for $2.7 billion
How did Martin Roesch turn his basement technology startup Sourcefire into a $2.7 billion sale to Cisco Systems? By never counting on getting bought, raising money or doing anything but turn out a product people want to buy.
After sale to Cisco, Sourcefire founder Roesch strives to keep things unchanged
The UpTake: Martin Roesch is staying true to his company's roots, even after selling it for $2.7 billion to Cisco Systems Inc. ourcefire 's $2.7 billion sale to Cisco Systems Inc. has been a big change for founder Martin Roesch and one he's getting through by staying true to Sourcefire's roots.