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  • Sending Attackers Down the Rabbit Hole: Introducing vArmour DSS Deception Sending Attackers Down the Rabbit Hole: Introducing vArmour DSS Deception Jesse McKenna, Director of Product Management, Cyber Security Recorded: Sep 29 2016 58 mins
    The use of deception technologies to level the playing field against attackers sounds like a pretty compelling proposition for security teams. So why has adoption been limited to only the largest enterprises? What can security teams expect when deploying deception? What are the risks and what can be done to address them?

    This presentation will provide attendees with an understanding of the challenges facing deception solutions to date, approaches for mitigating those challenges, and an introduction to vArmour’s deception solution: vArmour DSS Deception.
  • How Software Eats Hardware in the Datacenter: Reducing Cost and Complexity How Software Eats Hardware in the Datacenter: Reducing Cost and Complexity Andy Ryan, Cloud Solutions Architect at vArmour Recorded: Sep 1 2016 35 mins

    As organizations move to virtual data centers and multi-cloud environments in a dangerous threat climate, they are faced with new security challenges they must overcome. But, they must do this without exponentially increasing the manpower, products, or resources they need, so they still get the most of their valuable security budgets. These challenges include:

    -Improving visibility inside data centers and cloud
    -Reducing the attack surface
    -Maintaining regulatory compliance standards.


    vArmour will explore trends in data center security that include the rise of software to replace firewalls inside the data center, segmentation and micro-segmentation as security techniques, and shifting ideas about software defined networking that:

    -Eliminate under-utilized zones and choke points
    -Avoid costly hardware refresh cycles and on-going maintenance
    -Lower the time it takes to see and stop threats
    -Reduce the time and complexity to process security changes
    -Increase speed of secure application delivery


    Andy Ryan, Cloud Solutions Architect at vArmour
  • The Three Axes of Evaluating Security Analytics Solutions The Three Axes of Evaluating Security Analytics Solutions Dr. Matthew Williamson, Chief Threat Defense Scientist at vArmour Recorded: Aug 10 2016 28 mins
    The problem of detecting attackers in today’s enterprises and data centers is harder than ever. Well-funded adversaries with time and patience use techniques that blend in with enterprise activities, making accurate detection difficult. Security analytics promises to address this situation by throwing advanced math at available data sources in the enterprise, with the goal of finding the proverbial threat needle in the data haystack.

    This presentation will enable attendees to evaluate security analytic solutions, cutting through the buzzwords and hype, and providing both a deep understanding of the detection problem and a framework to evaluate solution efficacy, based on three axes: breadth, depth and control.
  • To the Cloud: Ready or Not! …The Catalyst for Better Cybersecurity? To the Cloud: Ready or Not! …The Catalyst for Better Cybersecurity? Mark Weatherford, Chief Cybersecurity Strategist, vArmour Recorded: Jul 12 2016 34 mins
    As the global cyber threat environment continues to evolve, organizations need to begin thinking differently about information security and the protection of their infrastructure. The evolution from perimeter-centric, hardware-based environments to virtualized data centers and the cloud is underway and many organizations are late to the game. As CIO’s and CISO’s are driven to transition their CapEx investments to OpEx spending, the economic efficiencies of the cloud provide a rational path to those goals. From a security perspective however, security models that don’t sufficiently address workload and application-aware segmentation, lateral traffic visibility, and network-based threat detection of on-premises data center and public cloud-based environments leave a huge gap in the overall security posture.

    This talk will provide CIO's and CISO's struggling with decisions about migration to the cloud with some thoughts about how the cloud can be the catalyst that improves security while also reducing costs and technology footprint.
  • Evolution of Cloud Security: ESG Research and Lessons Learned Evolution of Cloud Security: ESG Research and Lessons Learned Jon Oltsik, Sr. Principal Analyst at ESG, and David Anderson, Dir. of Technology and Solutions Marketing at vArmour Recorded: May 25 2016 42 mins
    Jon Oltsik, Senior Principal Analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group, and David Anderson, Director of Technology and Solutions Marketing at vArmour, analyze the results of a recent survey of 303 IT and security respondents. Jon and David will use the data to provide real-world recommendations for a proactive data center and cloud security strategy, including micro-segmentation, a burgeoning best practice to improve security posture and lower risk.

    -Survey results: State of enterprise cloud computing and security

    -Cloud security situational analysis

    -Cloud security strategy recommendations

    -The bigger truth from ESG

    -Best practice for cloud security: Micro-segmentation
  • CTO Perspective: Unveiling a Pathway to Security in the Multi-Cloud World CTO Perspective: Unveiling a Pathway to Security in the Multi-Cloud World Marc Woolward, CTO at vArmour Recorded: Nov 24 2015 35 mins
    Organizations are on a journey to transform their data centers into dynamic multi-clouds that demand a new security architecture. Hear from former technology fellow and CTO for networking at Goldman Sachs and vArmour CTO, Marc Woolward, as he outlines a vision and pathway to security in the multi-cloud world.


    Marc Woolward has over 30 years of experience in mission critical infrastructure and software-defined networks. Marc joined vArmour as CTO in February, 2015. Prior to this role he was a Technology Fellow and the CTO for Networking and Telecommunications at Goldman Sachs. He served as a member of the Technical Advisory Group and as the founder and leader of the Security Working Group within the Open Networking Foundation (ONF). Earlier in his career he managed infrastructure at Cantor Fitzgerald and Coutts & Co. Marc has a decade’s worth of experience architecting and implementing datacenter software automation, and private cloud architectures.
  • vArmour & Nutanix: Distributed Everything vArmour & Nutanix: Distributed Everything Tony Paterra, VP of Product Management at vArmour, and Raghu Nandan, Sr. Director of Product Management at Nutanix Recorded: Sep 29 2015 37 mins
    Together, Nutanix and vArmour support today’s agile enterprises with secure, hyperconverged infrastructure.

    This Webinar will speak to the benefits of this combined solution that enables enterprises to power and secures mission-critical workloads at any scale, including:

    -Distributed Everything: Nutanix and vArmour are both built on an architecture that is 100% software-defined.

    -Security at Every Layer: Security is built into the Nutanix and vArmour stack, from the platform to the workload.

    -Securely Share Infrastructure: Micro-segmentation from vArmour, coupled with compute and storage from Nutanix, allows enterprises to run multiple business-critical applications on a single platform.

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