Secure Your Radio Station
Networking 2.0 keeps those radio waves free from interference
If you don’t want your radio station to be hacked by a Scandinavian rock-music-loving hacker, then you need Atsign’s Networking 2.0 technology.
After KRYZ Radio in Mariposa, California had their signal stolen by a Swedish Rock station, leadership contacted their friend, Atsign’s Colin Constable, for help. Luckily, Atsign was preparing to launch a new, Networking 2.0 tool, SSH No Ports, that turned out to be the perfect way to protect against future signal hacking.
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For a 14-day free trial of SSH No Ports, the remote sys admin tool that got the station back on track, visit NoPorts.com. Enter code: 14dayfreetrial at checkout.
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Atsign CEO and Co-founder, Barbara Tallent, explains how Networking 2.0 is the simpler way to secure your network and devices.
Anthony Prakash reveals how prevention is the solution to cybersecurity problems, with Networking 2.0 technology paving the way.
Atsign was granted a patent for the atProtocol, a revolutionary, open-source, Networking 2.0 technology.
Atsign attended BlackHat Europe, showcasing Networking 2.0 technology with the award-winning remote access tool, SSH No Ports.
Atsign recently spoke at the India Advantage Summit (TIA) about Networking 2.0 and the future of networking technology.