The consequences of non-compliance with regulations such as PCI-DSS and HIPAA are increasingly serious, while achieving compliance is only becoming more difficult because of dynamic workloads and hybrid IT environments. How can micro-segmentation make compliance easy again?
About Dave Klein
Dave Klein is the Senior Director of Technical Evangelism for Guardicore. With more than 21 years of real-world cybersecurity experience he works with Guardicore teams, customers and industry thought leaders to address the challenges of securing modern hybrid cloud environments. Dave has spoken on a wide variety of cybersecurity topics including micro-segmentation, crytpojacking, hybrid cloud adoption, PCI compliance, stages of the cyber security kill chain, interactions between the physical and cyber worlds as it relates to the radicalization and arming of domestic terrorists, and using cyber forensics in real world criminal cases.
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Any business that works with payment data recognizes the challenges involved with sustainable compliance. PCI regulations change as the industry learns more about security and as wider threats evolve. Learn how you can bring your organization on board for sustainable compliance, using the right security tools and correctly managing an ongoing project.
The movement of data and workloads to the cloud has been more like a headlong rush. In the quest for a competitive edge, businesses are clearly eager to take advantage of the agility and elasticity the cloud affords them – so much so that security is often an afterthought.
Micro-segmentation is very achievable. While it can feel daunting, you can succeed by proactively being aware of and avoiding these roadblocks.
When the Equifax breach was announced on September 7th, I was not surprised. When I heard the magnitude of the damage: 143 million US consumers and 44 million British consumers – which equate to roughly 57% and 97% respectively of both country’s populations, age 18 years of age and older – I, again, was not […]
From the horrors of ransomware, panic over election hacking, stolen emails to very interesting things like WannaCry andPetya/NotPetya/Nyetya/Goldeneye, it’s been a red-letter year in the world of cybersecurity. At Black Hat 2016 we introduced the Infection Monkey, free, open source pen test tool to educate the world on lateral movement. Lateral movement is how hackers […]