Entries by Sharon Besser

GuardiCore’s Journey from Vision to Best-in-Class Micro-Segmentation

Micro-segmentation as we know it today has gone through several stages in the last few years, moving from a rising trend for securing software-defined data centers to a full-blown cyber security technology and a top priority on the agenda of nearly every CISO. In this blog we examine the GuardiCore journey to becoming the best micro-segmentation solution.

Reflections from Gartner Security Summit 2018

Last week, the GuardiCore team participated at the 2018 Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit in National Harbor, MD. This year we were honored to be named as a Cool Vendor in the June 2018 Gartner, “Cool Vendors in Security for Midsize Enterprises” report.

Securing the Modern Law Firm

Law firms are increasingly the target of cyber attack. Cyber criminals recognize law firms as vaults of proprietary sensitive corporate data and as such optimal target for cyber security attacks. From the Panama Papers to DLA Piper, 2017 was one of the most challenging cybersecurity years for law firms and there is no indication that this trend is slowing down in 2018.

What You Should Expect at RSA Conference 2018

Next week, GuardiCore will participate at the RSA Conference in San Francisco for the 3rd consecutive year. It is an important event for the larger Cyber and Network Security community and can be seen as the litmus paper for analyzing market trends and more important, understanding current and future needs.

Welcome Release 24

Today, we publicly announced the latest Centra 3.0 release: version 24 which includes many important enhancements for all its solution use cases: breach detection, flow/process level visibility, and micro-segmentation.

GDPR is coming. Brace for impact

Do you remember the Data Protection Directive 95/46 EC ? Probably not, and for a good reason:  This 1995 European Union (EU) directive regulates the processing of personal data within the EU. Compliance throughout the years has been mandatory but its enforcement section was weak, keeping the risk of non-compliance for companies at low rates. […]