IP / Internet Protocol stories
Kiwi firms risk IP loss through unchecked AI use – report
Kiwi companies could lose their intellectual property through unchecked artificial intelligence use, warns Convergence.
WyreStorm partners with Sealoc for weatherproof AV product
WyreStorm has partnered with Sealoc to release the industry’s first weather-protected audio visual (AV) over internet protocol (IP) receiver.
WyreStorm unveils new video bars and an HD video system
WyreStorm has released new products, including two video bars and a high-definition (HD) video system, to improve customers' audio and video experience.
Organisations exposing highly sensitive protocols to public internet
More than 60% of organisations expose remote control protocol SSH to the public internet, while 36% of organisations expose the insecure FTP protocol.
768K day - the day the Internet breaks (again)?
On August 12 2014, the Internet ‘broke’ as Verizon’s introduction of thousands more routes to the web meant the full capacity of the global, fourth version of the Internet Protocol (IPv4) routing table was reached.
Making the most out of IPv6 deployment
IPv6 is the latest version of the Internet Protocol, which identifies devices across the internet so they can be located.