NTP is an internet protocol that’s used to synchronise the clocks on computer networks to within a few milliseconds of universal coordinated time (UTC). It enables devices to request and receive UTC from a server that, in turn, receives precise time from an atomic clock.
If your organisation depends on accurate time, then mark the 6th April 2019 in your
diary – it’s GPS rollover week.
If your hardware isn’t compatible, you could end up with unsynchronised systems and devices that think it’s years in the past.
Here’s everything you need to know to keep things ticking
along in your business.
Network Time Protocol … You care about it because it keeps your clocks synchronised. But lately, new internet Network Time Protocol attacks continue to expose its weaknesses. Does it worry you? If not, it should. Now’s the time to learn how to future proof your business against such threats.
If you weren’t aware, there will be an additional leap second occurring on June 30, 2015. Is your NTP time server prepared? Galleon Systems answers some of the frequently asked questions about the upcoming leap second.
Network Time Protocol can operate according to four  different modes. If you’re an NTP beginner, discover the operating modes that define the NTP communication between NTP devices…
Why should I buy a dedicated NTP time server when I can access one for free on the internet? A good question, and usually a decisive one when it comes to making a decision about time synchronisation for your business. However, 3000+ customers use Galleon time servers. Let us explain why….
The rising number of Network Time Protocol DDoS attacks are hitting public sector companies hardest according to Verisign. Why is this happening and what can be done to reduce these attacks? Galleon Systems provides an insight…
Synchronising time across a network is fraught with security risks and Network Time Protocol is a target for exploitation. However, NTP has a way of stopping hackers from messing with your network’s time synchronisation. Discover secure authentication and the role it plays in protecting NTP.