Micro-segmentation projects require cooperation of multiple teams for best implementation. Getting early buy-in on these projects and planning out collaboration from the right people will make the process much easier in the long run. In order to do so, the solution needs to be “sold” internally. Find out how.
About Ariel Zeitlin
Ariel co-founded GuardiCore after spending eleven years as a cybersecurity engineer and researcher at the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF), where he worked closely with co-founder Pavel Gurvich. In his last position at the IDF, Ariel led a team of 30 engineers and researchers to successfully achieve some of the most challenging and cutting edge technological projects of the Israeli Intelligence Corps. Prior to that, Ariel worked as a software engineer at Intel Corporation. Ariel holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Computer Science from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology.
Entries by Ariel Zeitlin
Straight from the GuardiCore CTO and co-founder himself- learn insights gleaned from implementing micro-segmentation projects with clients and begin to understand how to devise your own security plan.
Using VLANs for segmentation has a nice advantage – it requires no new tools and you can use your existing networking infrastructure. But the reality is that there are hidden costs to this approach which make it expensive (in fact, very expensive). Let’s take a look at some of the often unknown costs associated with VLAN segmentation.
In my previous blog I briefly explained the new SWIFT regulations framework that will come into force on January 1st, 2018. In this blog I will focus on what is required to meet the first SWIFT requirement: “Restrict Internet Access & Protect Critical Systems from General IT Environment”. I will also explain how GuardiCore can […]
In March 2017 SWIFT published its new Customer Security Controls Framework to the community. This is the first time SWIFT is publishing such security guidance and they announced that they will start auditing compliance with those requirements from January 2018, leaving SWIFT users (roughly any financial institution in the world) only a few months to […]