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Przemyslaw Balejko – Restoring the Network’s image

As an engineer who graduated from the École Polytechnique de Montréal, nothing predestined Przemyslaw Balejko to work in networking. Considered today as a true network specialist in Canada, he has just joined NETsatori in order to accompany it in its growth. We met with him a few days before he joined the team to get

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Michele Ramos, top cybersecurity, with a woman touch

After fifteen years of networking career in Sao Paulo at Embratel (now Claro), America Móvil’s telecom giant, Michele left her native Brazil in 2017 to settle in Quebec. Polyglot (she speaks three languages and is interested in three others), curious and passionate, Michele is on assignment for NETsatori at CAE where she quickly made her

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Cyber Risk – the High Cost of Negligence

The news on Monday had the effect of a bomb: British Authorities deposed a fine amounting to £183.5 Million against British Airways for a data breach affecting 500 000 customers under the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Amounting to roughly 1.5% of the company’s annual revenue, the penalty imposed on the iconic British brand

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Spotlight on Palo Alto Networks’ Cortex in the Old Port of Montreal

Having perfect visibility on threats; staying in control; moving fast and mitigating risks; in an increasingly digital world where security stakes are increasing, Palo Alto Networks’ watchwords are very much in the spotlight. Invited by Jean-François Vaillancourt, President of NETsatori, Palo Alto’s cyber defense specialist, Xavier Trépanier, gave a conference on the theme of “securing

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Internet of Things (IoT) and security: thanks to Aruba, NETsatori brilliantly rises to the challenge!

From air conditioners and photocopiers to warehouse forklifts, connected objects are ubiquitous in our lives and our businesses. No less than 20 billion are reportedly already in use worldwide, and an estimated 75 billion –ten times the world’s population – are expected to be deployed by 2024! Indeed, all sectors can benefit from IoT technology:

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Michele Ramos, top cybersecurity, with a woman touch

After fifteen years of networking career in Sao Paulo at Embratel (now Claro), America Móvil’s telecom giant, Michele left her native Brazil in 2017 to settle in Quebec. Polyglot (she speaks three languages and is interested in three others), curious and passionate, Michele is on assignment for NETsatori at CAE where she quickly made her

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Cyber Risk – the High Cost of Negligence

The news on Monday had the effect of a bomb: British Authorities deposed a fine amounting to £183.5 Million against British Airways for a data breach affecting 500 000 customers under the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Amounting to roughly 1.5% of the company’s annual revenue, the penalty imposed on the iconic British brand

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Spotlight on Palo Alto Networks’ Cortex in the Old Port of Montreal

Having perfect visibility on threats; staying in control; moving fast and mitigating risks; in an increasingly digital world where security stakes are increasing, Palo Alto Networks’ watchwords are very much in the spotlight. Invited by Jean-François Vaillancourt, President of NETsatori, Palo Alto’s cyber defense specialist, Xavier Trépanier, gave a conference on the theme of “securing

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Michele Ramos, top cybersecurity, with a woman touch

After fifteen years of networking career in Sao Paulo at Embratel (now Claro), America Móvil’s telecom giant, Michele left her native Brazil in 2017 to settle in Quebec. Polyglot (she speaks three languages and is interested in three others), curious and passionate, Michele is on assignment for NETsatori at CAE where she quickly made her

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Internet of Things (IoT) and security: thanks to Aruba, NETsatori brilliantly rises to the challenge!

From air conditioners and photocopiers to warehouse forklifts, connected objects are ubiquitous in our lives and our businesses. No less than 20 billion are reportedly already in use worldwide, and an estimated 75 billion –ten times the world’s population – are expected to be deployed by 2024! Indeed, all sectors can benefit from IoT technology:

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State-of-the-art networks for state-of-the-art institutions

At Aruba Networks’ annual conference, Atmosphere 2019, from March 31 to April 5, CTO Partha Narasimhan spoke with enthusiasm about the company’s Connected Campuses initiative. Already, more than 2,500 universities around the world rely on NETsatori’s partner Aruba to deploy secure, high-performance networks in complex environments. NETsatori, a company invested in Québec’s educational networks As for NETsatori, its collaboration

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Przemyslaw Balejko – Restoring the Network’s image

As an engineer who graduated from the École Polytechnique de Montréal, nothing predestined Przemyslaw Balejko to work in networking. Considered today as a true network specialist in Canada, he has just joined NETsatori in order to accompany it in its growth. We met with him a few days before he joined the team to get

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Michele Ramos, top cybersecurity, with a woman touch

After fifteen years of networking career in Sao Paulo at Embratel (now Claro), America Móvil’s telecom giant, Michele left her native Brazil in 2017 to settle in Quebec. Polyglot (she speaks three languages and is interested in three others), curious and passionate, Michele is on assignment for NETsatori at CAE where she quickly made her

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Spotlight on Palo Alto Networks’ Cortex in the Old Port of Montreal

Having perfect visibility on threats; staying in control; moving fast and mitigating risks; in an increasingly digital world where security stakes are increasing, Palo Alto Networks’ watchwords are very much in the spotlight. Invited by Jean-François Vaillancourt, President of NETsatori, Palo Alto’s cyber defense specialist, Xavier Trépanier, gave a conference on the theme of “securing

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