Network Computing


Nowadays, cybersecurity companies are increasingly turning to AI and machine learning to enhance malware detection, as traditional signature-based methods prove insufficient against evolving threats. The AI engine analyzes vast amounts of security data to identify trends, anomalies, and predict potential threats, enabling proactive measures. It establishes a baseline of normal behavior and monitors for deviations, facilitating early detection.

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many industries have faced the challenge of adapting to hybrid work environments, including sectors that rely heavily on data-intensive operations. Among these, the video game development industry stands out due to its need for handling large, latency-sensitive files and its requirements for high bandwidth.

In today's rapidly evolving cybersecurity landscape, enterprises require advanced network security solutions that can provide comprehensive protection across their network infrastructure. Extended Detection and Response (XDR) is a comprehensive cybersecurity approach that expands upon traditional detection and response capabilities to provide enhanced protection against advanced threats across multiple attack vectors.

Driven by the global pandemic, the retail sector has transformed significantly because of shifts in customer transaction patterns and workforce practices. Stay-at-home orders and safety concerns prompted a surge in online shopping for a broader range of goods.

In today's digital landscape, with cyber threats becoming more sophisticated, an advanced and proactive approach to network security is indispensable. The merger of Artificial Intelligence (AI) with leading-edge hardware solutions, such as Lanner's NCA-6530 and Intel's Data Center GPU Flex Series, provides an unmatched defense framework, ensuring real-time and robust protection. This brief will elucidate the advantages of AI-powered network security, AI in Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), and the augmented capabilities presented by Lanner's NCA-6530 in conjunction with Intel's Flex Series.

A leading workforce solutions and healthcare staffing provider with 1000 facilities nationwide learnt about Lanner while looking for a robust hardware platform ideal for building a zero trust network infrastructure capable of delivering superior user experience, optimized network security and network performance for acute-care hospitals, community health clinics and physician practice groups.

A cybersecurity services specialist, whilst working with a building materials provider, came to Lanner inquiring about a network security hardware platform that can be relied on for improving operational efficiency, collaboration and most important of all, for delivering enhanced cybersecurity as this construction company was preparing to make a transition to a cloud-based networking architecture. The said company raised concerns regarding the security of its sensitive data and the potential vulnerabilities associated with this transition.