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Protecting Against Malicious Insiders and Targeted Attacks

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Malicious insiders and targeted attacks consistently defeat much of the security technology that security professionals trust to defend their organizations and networks. So why is security technology not doing its job?

Another way is to look at the entire perimeter concept, if that is stronger and more resilient, can that protect against those trying to get in – and prevent those trying to get information out.

In this webinar we will address the reasons why security technology is failing, and look at modern options on what information security professionals can do about it.

In this webinar you will: 

  • Understand the two main flaws in traditional information security technology
  • How leading organizations are benefitting from a new security model, the ‘Software-Defined Perimeter’, and what this actually means
  • The difference between a software-defined perimeter, and traditional network access control
  • How to enable user access control by using policies


John Arnold

Chief Security Architect at Capgemini, Jericho Forum member

    Jason Garbis

    Vice President of Products, Cryptzone

      Ian  Kayne

      Cybersecurity Practice Lead at Mason Advisory

        Dan  Raywood

        Contributing Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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