As security continues to get more complex Cisco looks at a network visually for secuirty aspects and is not based upon classifications of boundary and segmentation. Putting the 'Network' back in Network Security is an implementation used through: Netflow, Fire & ISE, Beyond Access Control (SGT & TrustSec)
To develop the visibility, agility and speed to deal with advanced threats, security information and event management (SIEM) systems need to evolve into a central nervous system for large-scale security analytics.
Avoid the high cost of network outages
More than a third of all network outages could be avoided by using industry-leading outage prevention practices. And those practices are surprisingly simple to implement and sustain. Learn how to reduce costly downtime in this report >
When many of us started out in the networking business, we judged the worth of networking products by their speeds and feeds. Typically, these judgments were made based on which product boasted the best specifications. This methodology was easy and straightforward. It seemed quantitative, and appeared quite defensible.
Published By: Webroot UK
Published Date: Feb 04, 2013
Change is a constant in security. Threats are constantly changing to evade security defenses and to reach their objectives. Oddly, some categories of secuirty defenses have remained essentially unchanged. Anti-malware has been among the "unchanged".
Simple, secure ways to deliver a great experience for remote users.
As mobile workstyles transform the way people and businesses work, remote access is becoming more important than ever. In enabling people to work anywhere, on any device, you need to meet ITís requirements for security and manageabilityóbut itís just as important to consider user experience.
Citrix, a leader in mobile workstyles, has long recognized that remote access has to address the needs of users as well as IT. With an entire team dedicated to user experience, Citrix has developed secure-by-design remote access solutions that make it simple for people to work the way they choose, anywhere and on any device, to deliver optimal productivity and business impact for their organizations
With cybercrime and security breaches sharply on the rise, protecting valuable information from cyberattacks is an ongoing challenge for companies. In this increasingly insecure world, your critical information deserves the best protection, making the database and surrounding infrastructure the best line of defense. Protect your data better through evolving your approach to data security. Learn about three key steps to reinvent the security of your surrounding infrastructure to create an information fortress by protecting your valuable data at its source.
Continuous Monitoring has become an overused and overhyped term in security circles, driven by US Government mandate (now called Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation). But that doesnít change the fact that monitoring needs to be a cornerstone of your security program, within the context of a risk-based paradigm. This paper from Securosis discusses Continuous Security Monitoring, including how to do it, and the most applicable use cases they have seen in the real world. It also provides a step-by-step guide for things to do for each use case to move forward with a monitoring initiative.