Join technologist, Christopher Kusek, as he discusses the evolution of virtualization, modern security, and microsegmentation.
Having trouble memorizing all the IP addresses in your network? Still trying to build security policies based on VLANS? Maybe what you need is to give a name to your pain with some labels and a little help from Guardicore.
Are you worried that your patches are going to cause more problems than they solve? Wish you could just lock down the vulnerable systems until you know what’s going to happen? Tom Hollingsworth looks back at Illumio’s presentation during Security Field Day 2 to see how microsegmentation can help you sleep soundly at night.
If you’re working with security, you need to know about microsegmentation. Joe Onisick has a great primer that you want to read.
How can you protect your virtual workloads in the cloud? Or your east/west traffic flows between hosts behind a perimeter firewall? Tom Hollingsworth talked to ShieldX about how they’re able to microsegement the traffic flows between your virtual workloads.
Inevitably when companies explore the prospect of microsegmentation, a common question arises. Why bother using a firewall at the hypervisor level when the VMs themselves have a host based firewall built into the OS or you could just use a hardware firewall to segment workloads?
Would someone buy your product if you didn’t show them how effective it could be? Illumio did just that during Networking Field Day 19 in San Jose. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at why this is so important to the way we see software.
Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at the growing world of microsegmentation and how smaller companies like Guardicore are jumping at the chance to work with users to secure their applications and systems and ensure that traffic is only going where it is supposed to go.