Network Access Control vs. Software-Defined Perimeter – or both?

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Jason Garbis and Randy Rowland

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Network security is changing. Learn why leading organizations are rapidly adopting a Software-Defined Perimeter instead of a traditional Network Access Control security model. This webinar discusses: Similarities and differences between Software-Defined Perimeter and Network Access Control models Visibility and security – What’s the difference? Why does it matter? Implementation and maintenance considerations On-premises vs. cloud infrastructure considerations Speakers: Jason Garbis: Leads the Cloud Security Alliance’s Software-Defined Perimeter working group. Randy Rowland: An executive who lead the effort to transform VMware into a cloud provider through the vCloud Hybrid Service (vCHS) and Cloud Foundry initiatives.

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