PITTSBURGH BUSINESS TIMES
By Mike Monocello, editor-in-chief, Business Solutions magazine
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"Last year I was introduced to a company named PacketViper that does some cool network filtering. In simplest terms, PacketViper is a network appliance that can, with a few clicks, block access to countries or parts of countries. Think about it. Is there any good reason why a retail associate should need to access IP addresses in Russia or a Russian IP address should be accessing ports on your network? Such a device could sit on a retailer’s network and prevent people, or malicious code, from accessing countries or areas that simply shouldn’t need to be accessed."
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