Ransomware Defense with Micro-Segmentation: from Strategy to Execution

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To prevent ransomware from taking over your organization’s resources, your network must be internally segmented. This stops the malware from moving freely inside the network from one infected computer to the next.

However, many IT security professionals aren’t sure where to begin or what approach to take when implementing micro-segmentation.

In this webinar, a panel of security experts will discuss the importance of a micro-segmentation approach and outline how to make a success of a micro-segmentation security project with best practice strategies and insightful use cases.

Join this webinar to discover:

  • The stages of a successful micro-segmentation project
  • How intent-based network security and application discovery are crucial to the success of micro-segmentation
  • The role of policy change management and automation in micro-segmentation


Rick Howard

CSO, Senior Fellow, Chief Analyst

    Jenny Radcliffe

    Founder and Director, Human Factor Security

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