Architecting the Holy Grail of Network Security

Presented by

Bill Gardner, VP of Product Management

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Can you block ports 80 and 443 to secure your organization’s web browsing and live to tell the tale? Trying to secure Internet access for an organization’s users has proven to be a nightmare for IT security professionals. The web browser is THE primary attack vector we all struggle to master. Despite the best efforts of the industry to improve security, browser vulnerabilities continue to proliferate with 25 vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer and 4 in Microsoft Edge patched in November 2015. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could just set our perimeter firewalls to block port 80 and 443 without having our users break out the torches and pitchforks? Join Bill Gardner, VP of Product Management from Spikes Security as he explores new approaches to network security that allows you to block inbound and outbound web browsing traffic allowing you to say goodbye to browser patching forever. Confused? Join us for this webinar and you won’t be!

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