What's your company doing to prepare for IPv6? Probably not an awful lot. While 10% of the world's top websites now offer IPv6 services, most companies haven't formulated an IPv6 strategy for the network. However, the issue is that most devices you have rolled out in the past 5 years have been IPv6-ready, ...
if not IPv6-enabled. Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 actually use IPv6 link-local addresses by default. Also think about all the other clients, servers, appliances, routers, and mobile devices you've added to your network in recent years. If you’re honest, how do you know that your network is not vulnerable to IPv6 attacks right now?
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