How microsegmentation helps with applications

Guest post by Matthew Pascucci, Frontline Sentinel One use case for microsegmentation that we haven’t completely touched on in previous posts is the protection of applications within your network. We’ve discussed the use of security as a whole and why…

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CloudPassage Halo now offered in solution-specific packages

Yesterday we announced new packaged offerings of CloudPassage Halo that more cost-effectively represent how enterprises use Halo for their server and cloud workload security. These packages can be purchased separately or in any combination in order to provide your organization…

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How microsegmentation helps with compliance

Guest post by Matthew Pascucci, Frontline Sentinel In our last article on microsegmentation, we spoke about the security use-case. The security use-case is the linchpin to all other use cases for microsegmentation. It is the founding case that will spawn…

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How microsegmentation helps with security

Guest post by Matthew Pascucci, Frontline Sentinel There are many uses for microsegmentation, which we spoke about in our last article, but the first use case we’re going dig into more is: security. This is the most popular use case…

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Why you need microsegmentation

Guest post by Matthew Pascucci, Frontline Sentinel One of the golden rules of security is to use proper segmentation in a network to protect your assets. It’s brought up in compliance standards, security best practices and by almost every security…

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Drivers for organizations to adopt and embrace agile security

Cyber threats against enterprises continue to rise, as more people are connected to the Internet, the criminal underworld continues to grow and mature, and state-sponsored attacks are on the rise. Regulations of cyber security continue to grow. And IT organizations…

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How Halo can help with the ImageMagick vulnerability

Last week, a serious vulnerability, CVE-2016-3714, was announced in ImageMagick, software commonly used on websites to manipulate images. The vulnerability was discovered on *NIX-based operating systems. The vulnerability, nicknamed ImageTragick, could potentially allow Remote Code Execution (RCE) if the server…

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