A ransomware variant is spreading – Hillstone has established a solid shield!

Recently, the GandCrab ransomware family has widely spread in China. The databases, pictures, documents, and compressed files on infected hosts are encrypted, causing a shutdown of business systems. Since its discovery in January, GandCrab has spread rapidly, with many variations in less than one year, showing how active and aggressive the ransomware developers are. China…

How was Day 1 of RSAC Conference 2016?

What a beautiful day it turned out to be in San Francisco. A bright and sunny day welcomed us on the first official day of the industry’s premier security conference. If you were at the Keynote speech, Attorney General Loretta Lynch brought it home – there is still a lot of opportunity for all of…

RSA 2016. It’s a big year for Hillstone – Product Announcements; Awards; plus, NSS Labs Recommends us!

If you are not at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, security must not be very top of mind for you! This year, we are back to Moscone and we have a lot of exciting news to share, so make sure to stop by Booth S1639 and give us a high-five, then speak to one…

Garrat-Callahan reduces cloud application access from 45 minutes to near-instant with Hillstone

The Garratt-Callahan IT department saw a dramatic increase in network and application performance with the Hillstone solution. The better network performance allowed the IT department to allocate appropriate bandwidth to more mission-critical processes. In addition to network improvement, it also reported on malware, ARP attacks and other threats that Garratt-Callahan’s existing solution was not capturing…

Hillstone Networks CTO Tim Liu’s Top Security Predictions For 2015

predictions Internet of Everything = Increased Threat of Everything Forrester predicts that 42% of the total global population will own a smartphone by end of 2015. In the meantime, more wearable electronics, sensors and industrial systems are connected to the Internet which turns into new targets for attacks. The number of mobile malware incidents will continue…