Cyber adversaries are taking advantage of lateral movement and network mapping to infiltrate and exploit assets on enterprise networks.
What can you do?
Security and network professionals are turning to a zero-trust security model called a Software-Defined Perimeter (SDP) to stop insider threats, compromised access and server exploitation.
Hear Leo Taddeo, Cyxtera CISO and the former Special Agent in Charge of the Special Operations/Cyber Division of the FBI’s New York Office and Ed Amoroso, CEO of TAG Cyber, explain how SDPs isolate, protect and secure networks from cyber-attacks.
- Make your application/server infrastructure “invisible”
- Dynamically create one-to-one network connections between users and resources they access
- Grant network access using a zero-trust model and “need-to-know” basis
- Logically group (micro-segment) your virtual assets
- Operate with consistent policies across hybrid infrastructure
Learn how you can use a modern SDP zero-trust approach to protect internal and cloud-based IT infrastructure from cyber threats.