Webinar: Gartner Speaks About East/West Data Traffic Control - Next Frontier in Enterprise Information Security

Sophisticated multi-stage cyber threats have resulted in more data breaches this year than ever before. Malicious attackers are exploiting the move to virtualization and cloud services to thwart traditional enterprise information security approaches. Classic perimeter security architectures were not designed to deal with these new threats and must be rethought in the world of highly virtualized data centers.

Neil MacDonald, Vice President, Distinguished Analyst and Gartner Fellow Emeritus in Gartner Research and Steve Sparkes, Former Managing Director and CIO for Technology and Information Risk at Morgan Stanley will speak to the problems and challenges the enterprise is facing to secure their most valuable asset: their data. Neil and Steve will then provide strategic insight into how enterprises should better protect their data from constant threats and security breaches, dynamically and securely, by gaining visibility and control of their East/West Traffic flows within their data center.

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Webinar: Gartner Speaks About Micro-segmentation and Data Traffic Control - Next Frontier in Enterprise Information Security.

Sophisticated cyber threats have resulted in more data breaches this year than ever before. These attackers are exploiting the industry shift to virtualization and cloud as they bypass classic perimeter security controls. These old, hardware-centric protections were not designed to deal with today’s threats and must be rethought in the new world of highly virtualized, cloud data centers.

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In this webinar, Neil MacDonald, Vice President, Distinguished Analyst and Gartner Fellow Emeritus in Gartner Research and Steve Sparkes, Former Managing Director and CIO for Technology and Information Risk at Morgan Stanley speak to the problems and challenges the enterprise is facing to secure their most valuable asset: their data. Neil and Steve then provide strategic insight into how enterprises can better protect their modern data center by gaining visibility and control of their laterally moving traffic flows and then using micro-segmentation to reduce attack surfaces inside.