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.
Security is paramount and we do everything we can to make our systems more secure. But what happens if they’re insecure at the origin? Bruce Schneier has some thoughts about supply-chain security in this great post.
You don’t have to follow the news very closely to find evidence of large scale security breaches. The sophistication, breadth, and sheer velocity of malicious hacks have reached a point that IT security simply can’t keep up like it used to. The roundtable debates this subject, if the situation is truly hopeless, and how organizations can take a modern approach to IT security.
Security silos can make us miss the important things. Tom Hollingsworth looks at Palo Alto Networks Cortex and how it can help us get better results from our data without the silos getting in the way.
Stopping intrusions in air gapped systems isn’t always easy. But what if you had an agent that could stop these attacks through catching suspicious system behavior? Without the need to be connected to the Internet? Tom Hollingsworth looks at a solution from Nyotron that can help you protect yourself.
What does the view from the top look like? Is it expansive? Or do you lose the details? Tom Hollingsworth reviews VIAVI Observer Apex and how their software can help you see both the vision of your entire organization and the details you need to ensure that you don’t miss any issues.
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 we increase diversity and highlight the struggles and challenges that people face in every day life? Zoe Rose and Ian-Thornton Trump have some great ideas that need to be discussed in this post.
Bruno Wollmann looks at how Cisco Defense Orchestrator offers some overdue respite to beleaguered security operations teams as well as comfort to CISOs, CIOs and CEOs trying to keep their organizations out of the news. If you are struggling with configuration management, device upgrades and overall security policy management, CDO may help end those struggles.
Meraki may be the last name you think of when it comes to security cameras. But the engineering effort put into their line of on-premises security devices is very impressive. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at a couple of their new offerings and gives his perspective on how Meraki sees the world.