Recent waves of security breaches tied to phishing emails, ransomware attacks, and other threat campaigns are causing cybersecurity professionals to revisit their approaches to securing their organizations.
Fueled by rapid cloud adoption to cater to distributed workforces, many organizations have found their legacy security measures fail to identify threats and protect modern networks. Legacy detect-and-remediate approaches have long been the cybersecurity standard, but savvy threat actors easily poke holes in that strategy.
Organizations are looking to isolation-powered security solutions to provide an alternative method to current, failing architectures to overcome challenges presented by complex networks and expanded attack surfaces. These modern and effective techniques separate the network from the Internet, assuming all traffic is inherently bad–hence the moniker, “Zero Trust.”
During this upcoming discussion, Marlese Lessing, from SDxCentral, dives deep on the topic with industry expert and Senior Director of Cybersecurity Strategy at Menlo Security, Mark Guntrip, to discuss the paradigm shift. Attendees can expect to learn about:
• The rising threats of online attacks and security breaches.
• How traditional detection-based solutions work and why they aren’t effective.
• Why isolation-powered security solutions drastically reduce online security threats.