Using Security Policy And Automation (SPOA) Tools To Reduce The Attack Surface

Attack surfaces have expanded greatly in the past several years, in part because of the amount of new applications coming online via Internet of Things and increasingly connected technology. Organizations have an admittedly tough time keeping up with all the new touchpoints and the rapid expansion of the attack surface. Complete defense is nearly impossible, and many companies struggle with visibility issues, mismatched or misaligned firewall policies, and an inability to comprehensively test the security configurations they do have

Achieve Zero Trust Through Analysis: 4 Techniques to Assess Risk
February 20, 2018

Achieve Zero Trust Through Analysis: 4 Techniques to Assess Risk

As we’ve navigated some of the issues around implementing a Zero Trust strategy, we’ve done two things: explained the difference between Zero Trust and microsegmentation and worked through the need for visibility in...

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Cloud Security and On-Premise Security are NOT that Different
March 27, 2018

Cloud Security and On-Premise Security are NOT that Different

In our last blog on cloud controls, we discussed how important it was to have visibility into your cloud. This is the most logical place to start – and the...

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FireMon 8.22: Enhanced Security and Expanded Automation & Compatibility
July 17, 2018

FireMon 8.22: Enhanced Security and Expanded Automation & Compatibility

With the release of v8.22 the goal is to increase your team's efficiency while improving FireMon’s usability, enhancing operational security and stability, expanding automation, and extending compatibility.

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