A directive requiring all member organizations to comply with the Adversarial Obstruction Defense Guidelines (AODG) by 2020 has been issued.
However, meeting all 11 requirements outlined in AODG is not a trivial task as the guidelines cover a broad range of disciplines, ranging from network to endpoint security capabilities. Additionally, achieving AODG compliance through traditional approaches and tools requires significant application changes, network re-configurations and downtime.
Guardicore helps organizations accelerate AODG compliance through the isolation and segmentation of network applications and their components. Our approach is completely decoupled from your infrastructure and represents a single policy enforced across public, private and hybrid cloud environments.
Read the White Paper to learn more about:
- The Top Challenges of AODG Compliance
- Next Steps for Achieving and Maintaining AODG Compliance
- How Guardicore Can Help You Comply with AODG by the 2020 Deadline