As Your Network Changes and Grows, There’s No Room for Human Error

Given the current state of massive and rapid network change, the margin of error for security is shrinking to zero. But most security issues that lead to breaches result from human error and manual processes. Here’s what you can do.

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Start at the Source

The first step is to understand how and why IT and security teams make configuration and related mistakes. The next is to reduce the frequency of those errors. These resources shine some light on the problem and on means of mitigation and remediation.

SCMagazine UK: Security misconfigurations – Code for human error

SCMagazine UK: Security misconfigurations – Code for human error

2018 saw a 424% increase in data breaches due to cloud misconfigurations caused by human error. Going forward, 99 percent of all firewall breaches will be caused by misconfigurations, not...

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Network complexity and lack of visibility contribute to misconfigurations and increased risk

Network complexity and lack of visibility contribute to misconfigurations and increased risk

Enterprises are slow to abandon manual processes, despite being short staffed, as the lack of automation, coupled with increasing network complexity risk and lack of visibility contribute to costly misconfigurations and increased...

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‘State of the Firewall’ Report: Automation Key to Preventing Costly Misconfigurations

‘State of the Firewall’ Report: Automation Key to Preventing Costly Misconfigurations

Now, more than ever, it is important to automate firewall processes to prevent misconfigurations and data breaches. Gartner has warned that "50% of enterprises will unknowingly and mistakenly have exposed...

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Hands-On Mitigation and Remediation

Firewall Cleanup Recommendations

The more disorganized, dated, redundant or conflicting your security policies are, the harder it is to avoid making new mistakes. With your network changing and growing rapidly, you can get started on the right foot by cleaning up your messy rule base. This white paper helps you get it done.

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How to Prove Your Firewalls Actually Do What You Intend

A rapidly expanding attack surface creates opportunities for bad actors to attack. Your firewalls are a cornerstone of your network security, so it’s vital to ensure that they are doing exactly what you need them to do. This webinar shows how you can prove that they are doing what you need them to do.

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The Top Four Myths of Policy Compliance

IT and security teams are already used to the world of overflowing regulations and compliance standards, evolving hybrid infrastructures, and the ever-present data breach. Widespread changes in the way employees and customers interact with the enterprise takes the security challenge up a notch. This eBook is your guide to dethroning the myths of passive compliance so that you can achieve security agility, reduce risk, and find threats in real-time.

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6 Steps for Firewall Assessment for Compliance and Security

When your network is reshaping to fit new employee needs and changing consumer demand, focus on the basics. This webinar highlights fundamental steps you can take to ensure you firewall remains compliant and secure, from how to spot and remediate technical mistakes to the hidden risk of unused rules and more.

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Register for a personalized demo to see how we can help you reduce the errors that put your network at risk. We will show you how to address the three most common types of:

Failure to remove unused rules/recycled access
Making changes to the wrong policies
Overly complex policies

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