Greg Mooney

Greg is a technologist and data geek with over 10 years in tech. He has worked in a variety of industries as an IT manager and software tester. Greg is an avid writer on everything IT related, from cyber security to troubleshooting.

Greg Mooney
How to Choose a NetFlow Solution to Improve Network Performance and Security

How to Choose a NetFlow Solution to Improve Network Performance and Security

Providing fast access to applications and data while protecting digital assets are the two biggest challenges faced by network administrators. Performance and security represent the two-pronged mission that administrators find themselves facing every day.

Raspberry Pi Used to Steal 500MB of Data From NASA

Raspberry Pi Used to Steal 500MB of Data From NASA

Over the past week, news broke about a rogue device that had gone unnoticed on NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) IT network. The fact that a Raspberry Pi went unnoticed for almost 10 months is a clear signal of network management issues and lackluster security policies in place within NASA, and other government agencies for that matter.

As The Web Turns 30, The Digital Dark Age is Coming

As The Web Turns 30, The Digital Dark Age is Coming

The World Wide Web’s 30th birthday came and went this week, and though there was much to celebrate—just look how far we’ve gone since the days of America Online CDs and Yahoo! chat rooms— it also seems like the problems the Internet causes are beginning to outweigh the problems it solves.

Podcast: How DevOps Teams Use Network Monitoring Tools

Podcast: How DevOps Teams Use Network Monitoring Tools

Many companies that never dreamed they’d be developing their own software are having to “roll their own.” Sometimes it’s an internal-use-only, as a custom layer over an existing platform like Salesforce, sometimes as a product they’re selling. This is what has driven the DevOps methodology over the past several years.