Not a day goes by without a phishing incident, a ransomware attack taking down a major corporate network, or a data breach compromising millions of customer records. And these are only the ones that are detected and reported by the media.
We live in an “Assumption of Breach” world and as attack surfaces exponentially increase thanks to increased adoption of IoT and the cloud, and more virtualized environments, we accept that it’s statistically impossible to keep all the bad guys out. Inevitably, at some point, we will receive that phone call or email that says it’s happened to our organization. However, that doesn’t mean we are powerless against it either. We have the tools, knowledge, and best practices to help limit the impact that such an incident can have on our business—we just have to exercise them.
Watch and learn more about how to combat today’s most pressing security threats.
Segmentation is one of those practices that can significantly impact your overall security posture, but its impact depends on how well it’s implemented. The industry has been using VLANs for segmentation for decades, but they are combat ineffective when it comes to stopping the spread of ransomware and other malicious threats.
If you missed our LIVE Always On Virtual Series webinar, click this link and register to listen to the recorded version as Josh provided guidance to and lead a discussion about the right mix of people, process, and technologies required to combat this evolving threat landscape.
In this session, he discussed:
- How proper segmentation can require differing technologies depending on whether we are on the edge of the network or in the data center.
- How technologies like Next Generation Firewalls (NGFW) and Network Access Control (NAC) are as important as ever in this solving this problem.
- About purpose-built solutions aimed at today’s hybrid datacenter that can help organizations tackle the daunting task of policy design and deployment.
- How important it is to consider your security goals and roadmaps when selecting your infrastructure technologies.
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