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Editor's Blog and Industry Comments

What are the implications of IPv6 on the IT Security Industry

09 March, 2011
With world IPv6 day taking place in early June when technologies will be tested in readiness for the expanded version of the internet protocol, the security industry is getting twitchy about levels of readiness and whether all angles have been covered

Cloudmark is particularly concerned that the implications for spam prevention are not being taken seriously enough and outlines why IPv6 could see IP blacklisting and web filtering tools rendered ineffective. Read more about IPV6 and IP blacklisting




One vendor attending World IPv6 day with optimism is the Unified Threat Management appliance vendor, FortiNet. The company will be testing its appliances and demonstrating their performance for spam blocking, network intrusion prevention and web content filtering. Read about FortiNet's views on IPv6

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