Media Coverage of Axellio
Decoding the Complexity of TLS 1.3 Implementation: A Deep Dive
September 8, 2023
The newly introduced Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol, TLS 1.3, marks a new chapter in online security. However, its groundbreaking advancements usher in unique and challenging implementation issues that can significantly impair our ability to monitor traffic for both internal and external threats.
American Security Today
Unveil the Paradox of Encryption with TLS 1.3 in Zero Trust Architectures
August 28, 2023
In today’s increasing threat landscape, secure data transmission has become paramount, and end-to-end data encryption is vital to protecting our most sensitive information. But this cryptographic armor simultaneously presents a paradox — the very shield that guards our data can obstruct our visibility of potential security threats lurking within our networks.
Military Embedded Systems
The DoD Addresses Security Challenges and Harnesses Emerging Technologies
August 7, 2023
There exist several challenges and complexities associated with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) migration to 5G communication networks. A series of approaches can be studied to address these challenges to ensure the integration of the various technical components of the 5G infrastructure as well as the secure and reliable operation of 5G networks within the DoD’s infrastructure.
10 Dynamic Cybersecurity Leaders Making An Impact In 2023
July 14, 2023
As reliable security measures are becoming necessary for all businesses, there has been a surge in demand for cybersecurity technology. The following group of executives, including Axellio's Scott Aken, are at the forefront of cybersecurity, both in terms of experience and expertise.
The Catalyst Accelerator
Disruptive Cyber Capabilities Offer Solutions To Us Space Force Pain Points
June 7, 2023
On June 1, 2023, eight companies concluded their 3-month Catalyst Accelerator journey with an on-site demonstration day at Catalyst Campus for Technology and Innovation (CCTI). This event brought in over 80 subject matter experts from the community.
The DoD Strategy on Zero Trust
April 8, 2023
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) recently released its “zero trust” strategy. In order to protect its missions and warfighters from sophisticated attacks and adversaries, the DoD realized zero trust is not just about technology. This article will summarize the approach the DoD is taking, which serves as a potential guide for other industries as well.
Colorado Springs Cybersecurity Firm Earns $39.5 Million Contract
April 5, 2023
Axellio, a Colorado Springs-based cybersecurity company, won a three-year, $39.5 million contract last month to monitor and protect U.S. Army installations' internet networks around the world. The contract will deploy, maintain and update software and hardware known as U.S. Army’s Garrison Defensive Cyberspace Operations Platform (GDP), which is designed to surveille and detect unusual traffic and intrusions on garrison networks.
Axellio Joins Defensive Cyber Operations for Space Cohort of Catalyst Accelerator
February 24, 2023
Axellio will feature its company-developed defense and intelligence network platform technology as part of the new group that Catalyst Accelerator formed to support the defensive cyber operations of the U.S. Space Force.
Software defined monitoring takes cybersecurity to the next level
October 13, 2022
Next-generation network visibility platforms now enable virtualization of traffic analysis applications, ushering in the age of software-defined analysis apps for network, application, and security operations.
The Age of Virtualization: Cybersecurity Strategy Evolved
September 27, 2022
The virtualization strategies we saw in many other sectors of the IT industry over the past couple of decades are still mostly missing from traffic monitoring and analysis systems. But times are changing. Traffic analysis applications can now be virtualized thanks to next-generation network visibility platforms.
Telecom Reseller Podcast
Axellio Delivers Detection and Response Technology With the Speeds Required for 5G
August 30, 2022
While various industries are driving 5G, the military recognizes its potential and is creating special teams working across functional groups to evaluate 5G and the next generation of 5G. Scott Aken, CEO of Axellio, explains the evolution of the technology from 3G to 4G and the different WiFi standards for 5G networks.
What Does the Military's Move to 5G Mean for Security?
July 11, 2022
The military sees 5G as the future that, if not adopted quickly, will harm our national security and industrial supremacy. However, what are the evolved security challenges that the department of defense must prepare for to accommodate this shift? Scott Aken, the CEO of Axellio, explores new risks and how the military seeks to manage them.
Security Info Watch
Do the Risks of the DoD's Shift to 5G Outweigh the Benefits?
April 20, 2022
The Department of Defense’s (DoD) decision to embrace the newer and faster 5G standard for its mobile communications network promises to dramatically improve the military’s ability to communicate and allow for many new applications. However, while 5G will provide much faster speeds, it also presents serious security challenges
Hidden Security Considerations When Moving to 5G
March 23, 2022
5G or 5th generation, promises a jump in speed and reliability that will enable mobile devices to act more like desktop computers connected to a wired network. This technology comes with several transformative advantages, as well as some pitfalls.
Axellio wins contract to continue to expand US Army’s GDP
November 10, 2021
Axellio has secured a US Army cybersecurity contract to support the additional installation of Garrison Defensive Cyberspace Operations Platform (GDP).
ML for Security Is Dead. Long Live ML for Security
October 13, 2021
Alex Woodie, managing editor of Datanami, discusses with Axellio's Stefan Pracht the need for Machine Learning in security while highlighting the challenges that this technology brings if not deployed properly.
The Defense Post
US Army Investing Additional $25 Million in Cybersecurity
July 13, 2021
The US Army has awarded cybersecurity firm Axellio a follow-on contract worth $25.7 million to improve the service's capabilities in detecting and responding to various cybersecurity threats.
Axellio Receives Army's Follow-On Contract to Expand Packet Capture System Deployment
July 8, 2021
Axellio will expand the development of its packet capture system intended to monitor and identify suspicious activities in the U.S. Army's Garrison networks after securing a follow-on $25.7 million contract award.
Software defined monitoring takes cybersecurity to the next level
July 8, 2021
Cybersecurity threat detection and response solutions provider Axellio has secured a US Army follow-on contract to expand a previous cybersecurity agreement.
Colorado Springs cybersecurity company wins $25.7 million Army contract
July 7, 2021
Colorado Springs cybersecurity company Axellio has won a three-year, $25.7 million Army contract to provide network surveillance and threat response services for up to 40 bases....
Full packet capture and analysis can help fight APTs and zero-day attacks
May 3, 2021
Cyberattacks are getting more devious and incessant, but finally, enterprise security analysts have help – packet capture and analysis (PCAP).
Cyber Risk Management - The Time for Full Packet Capture and Analysis Is Now
April 30, 2021
Jeremy Leasher, senior security architect, Axellio, discusses how next-generation packet capture (PCAP) and distribution platforms are making packet capture a viable solution.
Open Source Opens Opportunities for Small Companies in the Defense Department Space
April 29, 2021
The DoD has opened the door to many smaller and midsize companies to actively contribute and win lucrative Department of Defense contracts, embracing Open Source Software as a strategic accelerator for new and innovative solutions.
How to support overworked, understaffed security operations
April 12, 2021
Strapped for resources, companies can either have their security practitioners wear too many hats, or outsource the responsibilities.
5 minutes with Jeremy Leasher - Training the cybersecurity workforce
April 8, 2021
Jeremy Leasher, Security Solutions Architect at Axellio, discusses the IT security industry skills crisis, which threatens to undermine the security of commercial and government organizations and how to solve it.
All Eyes on PCAP: The Gold Standard of Traffic Analysis
April 6, 2021
PCAP Enables Defenders to See and Capture Exactly What Has Happened Across a Network, But Comes With Challenges
Using PCAP in Federal Government to Improve Cybersecurity
February 12, 2021
The chances of every company and organization having a data breach in the future are growing towards 100%...
PCAP-ing Cybersecurity Threats in Financial Services
January 15, 2021
Full "PCAP," or packet capture, is gaining traction as an important new option for fighting cybersecurity threats in the financial services space...
DZS Appoints Matt Bross and Barbara Carbone to Board of Directors
January 4, 2021
Matt Bross, an Axellio board member, is one of two newly appointed members to the Board of Directors of DZS (NASDAQ: DZSI), a global leader of mobile, fixed broadband and enterprise access networking solutions.
PCAP Improves Government Cybersecurity with AI and Machine Learning
December 17, 2020
It is hard to move around the world today without being tracked, and while many may consider such persistent tracking to be a privacy concern, it also provides an added layer of security that can be quite necessary at times.
Packet capture and analysis gains momentum as a cyber solution
December 7, 2020
Capturing data packets after a breach is like installing a security camera after a burglary, according to Mark Zeller, chief revenue officer at Axellio...
Packet capture and analysis: The force multiplier in the cybersecurity battle
November 25, 2020
For organizations experiencing data breaches, the consequences are considerable, especially for security operations...
Colorado Springs Movers & Shakers
October 20, 2020
Jay Jesse has been named to the board of directors of Axellio, a Colorado Springs-based company that specializes in network packet capture, storage and analysis for the defense and aerospace industries...
US Army’s defensive cyber tools office to deliver new systems in the next year
October 17, 2020
The U.S. Army program office responsible for developing defensive cyber tools is beginning to field a new platform to installations.