VLANs used to be sufficient to separate environments in your data center. However, they do not extend to the cloud, and require too much manual effort for today’s fast-paced IT reality. Have you considered micro-segmentation to achieve far quicker time to value?
About Ron Shahnovsky
Ron is a cyber security expert with 10 years of hands-on experience in the cyber security field, both in cyber security research and software development. Prior to Guardicore, he served as a captain in one of the IDF Intelligence Corps' most elite units, and worked as a senior researcher in a critical infrastructures cyber security company. Ron joined the R&D team at Guardicore as a senior software developer, and today manages the infrastructure aspects of the product.
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Not all threats are malicious cyber-attacks, and the recent Salesforce outage proves this, causing a business slowdown around the globe. The right data center security can be a step ahead of this kind of internal threat, using best practices to limit the fallout in case of a disaster.
Security misconfiguration has often been a challenge for security teams, but hybrid cloud data centers have increased the risk further. Learning about your application behaviors and making sure you have strong granular visibility can limit this risk and strengthen your security posture overall.
Your Point of Sale solution needs a specific kind of security, to handle internet access, sensitive customer data, and an insecure environment that is easily breached. Assume your POS is breached, and set up a smart security posture using tight micro-segmentation policy.
Understanding how to build a thorough, step-by-step incident response plan can be the difference between a quick recovery and the end of your business. If and when a breach occurs, your business will be asked how you prepared for an incident. Creating a detailed analysis of how your company prepares for a threat, responds in the moment, and learns from the experience puts you one step ahead, and ready for anything.