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  • For many enterprises security and risk management are considered inhibitors, a necessary evil that is slowing down the ability of IT to align with business needs. Especially with the adoption of cloud and proliferation of network platforms and technologies, it is no longer scalable to examine the impact of every connectivity requirement on the network security posture. But with automation and orchestration of network security policies, agility and security can be maximized at the same time, working together to:

    · Improve prevention of cyberattacks and their impact

    · Accelerate remediation of cyber threats

    · Ensure continuous compliance and audit readiness

    Join us for this session to understand how network security change automation with baked-in security and connectivity controls can help you stop the balancing act between agility and security and maximize both for your business.
  • Enterprises today are challenged with securing complex networks that span between on-premise and public cloud platforms from different vendors. These hybrid networks provide new opportunities for cyber attacks and make it even more difficult to effectively manage security policy changes.
    Together, Tufin Orchestration Suite™ with Fortinet® Firewalls and FortiManager™ Network Security Management enable IT security teams to manage complex heterogeneous networks through a single pane of glass.
    In this session, join Neil Prasad, Director of Product Marketing - Fortinet and myself to discuss the benefits of the Fortinet-Tufin integration, and demonstrate how the joint solution delivers:
    •Visibility and control across hybrid networks
    •Stronger security posture and continuous compliance
    •Automated network security change process with baked-in security
  • Enterprise IT and security experts are under increasing pressure to respond to complex network changes to keep up with growing business demands. Lack of network visibility hinders the ability to deliver services and applications with the security, speed and accuracy required for today’s heterogeneous IT environments. Add to this, the demand to mitigate cyber threats by reducing attack surface and improving overall security posture.

    Together, the Tufin Orchestration Suite and Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewall provide enterprises with a Security Policy Orchestration solution to maximize agility and cybersecurity. The integration provides joint customers with visibility and control across legacy and next generation Firewalls, and private and public cloud platforms from a single pane of glass. This central console enables enforcing a security and compliance baseline, that strengthens the network security posture.
    In this session, experts from Palo Alto Networks and Tufin will show how security and network teams of joint customers are already working together to achieve:
    •End-to-end network security change automation with automated design and provisioning based on App-ID
    •Defining and enforcing a central security and compliance baseline across heterogeneous environments
    •Continuous regulatory compliance and auditability with industry standards
    •Policy optimization for Palo Alto Networks next-generation rules and objects, including uses and Apps
    •Visibility and control of hybrid networks—across on-premise infrastructure and hybrid cloud environments
  • Networks designed in the 1990s are not equipped to block the modern cyber attacker. In addition to that, the adoption of Cloud, virtualization technologies, software-defined networking (SDN), and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) have led to distributed networks with a perimeter that is unenforceable. Zero Trust architecture, developed by Forrester Research, reduces the attack surface by controlling trust in the internal network.
    Network Orchestration solutions are one of three innovations that fuel Zero Trust adoption. In many large enterprise IT environments, it’s not unusual to find dozens and dozens of point security products with their own management interface and little integration across all platforms. A central console that controls segmentation gateways across virtual and physical network infrastructure is not only key to network security, but also to agile network operations.
    Join John Kindervag, Vice President & Principal Analyst Serving Security and Risk Professionals, Forrester Research, Inc. and Reuven Harrison, CTO, Tufin to learn about how Security Policy Orchestration can help build a Zero Trust network model for a smart defense.
  • Tis the season! Compliance with North American Electric Reliability Corp (NERC) Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Standard Version 5 is only a few months away - April 1, 2016. In this webinar on transitioning to NERC CIP V5 we will share insights on cyber security for bulk power grid networks including:
    •Overview of NERC CIP V5 Standards
    •Strategies and tools for meeting the new Cyber Security Standards
    •Industry trends on transitioning to compliance including polling results
    Join utility-industry network security expert Chris Beyer, Co-Founder and CTO, Synacktek, and Tufin to learn how your colleagues in the power companies and network security professionals are ramping up for this important transition to the new standards.
  • Enterprises adopting virtualization will find themselves managing thousands of network security changes per week.
    Handling these changes effectively and securely requires visibility and control across virtual and physical infrastructure.
    A security policy orchestration solution can address the security and agility challenges with a single console that monitors and manages security policies across hybrid IT.


    In this session we will discuss real life examples of the challenges in network virtualization and how they can be addressed through orchestration.
  • Enterprise IT and security experts are under increasing pressure to respond to complex network changes to keep up with growing business demands. Lack of network visibility hinders the ability to deliver services and applications with the security, speed and accuracy required for today’s heterogeneous IT environments. Add to this, the demand to mitigate cyber threats by reducing attack surface and improving overall security posture.
    Together, Tufin Orchestration Suite™ with Fortinet® Firewalls and FortiManager Network Security Management enable IT security teams to manage complex heterogeneous networks through a single pane of glass.
    In this session, experts from Fortinet and Tufin will show how security and network teams can achieve:
    •Visibility for the security posture and control of complex networks—from on-premise networks across hybrid cloud environments
    •Optimization of firewall policies
    •Continuous regulatory compliance and auditability with industry standards
    •Automated change design and verification
  • A growing number of enterprises are running applications in the cloud for production needs, while also running the bulk of their applications in physical data centers.

    Managing network security in a hybrid IT environment brings many new challenges, such as:

    - Lack of visibility
    - Difficulty to ensure compliance across multiple vendors
    - Maintaining network connectivity of business critical applications

    Join our webinar to learn how to effectively manage Security Policy across hybrid cloud and physical networks. In this session we will share the key challenges that our customers experience when migrating workloads to the cloud, as well as methods to mitigate these challenges.
  • Today’s IT infrastructure is more complex and heterogeneous than ever. This situation creates endless opportunities for cyber-offenders and an ever-growing challenge to security managers.
    To address these challenges, Critical Security Controls focuses first on prioritizing security functions that are effective against the latest Advanced Targeted Threats, with a strong emphasis on "What Works" – security controls where products, processes, architectures and services are in use that have demonstrated real world effectiveness. Standardization and automation is another top priority – to gain operational efficiencies while also improving effectiveness.

    Join John Pescatore, Director of Emerging Security Trends, SANS Institute and Reuven Harrison, CTO, Tufin to learn about effective security controls, standardization and automation in a world of growing complexity.
  • Enterprise IT and security experts are under increasing pressure to respond to complex network changes to keep up with growing business demands. Lack of network visibility hinders the ability to deliver services and applications with the security, speed and accuracy required for today’s heterogeneous IT environments. Add to this, the demand to mitigate cyber threats by reducing attack surface and improving overall security posture.
    Together, the Tufin Orchestration Suite and Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Firewall provide enterprises with a comprehensive application-aware Security Policy Orchestration solution. This change management and automation platform enables secure and compliant environments—from on-premise networks across hybrid cloud.
    In this session, experts from Palo Alto Networks and Tufin will show how security and network teams are already working together to achieve:
    •Automated change design and verification based on App-ID
    •Optimization of next-generation firewall policies
    •Visibility and control of complex networks—from on-premise networks across hybrid cloud environments
    •Proactive risk analysis and impact simulation
    •Unified security policy across heterogeneous platforms
    •Continuous regulatory compliance and auditability with industry standards

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