NetOps 2.0: Application Intelligence in a Time of Change and Uncertainty
Overnight millions are suddenly working from home, putting IT teams under tremendous pressure to maintain security and performance in spite of an increased load. But there are effective ways to respond.
In this webinar, we’ll review these new challenges and how NetOps 2.0 gives you the agility to adapt and win.
Learn how to:
• Run fast as million start working from home
• Defend against an increased attack surface
• Overcome economic uncertainty and tighter budgets
• Ensure network infrastructure will support continued changes
• Adapt to an overall increase in load
RecordedMar 20 202020 mins
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Ollie Sheridan, Principal Security Solutions Engineer, CISSP
With Organisations’ workforces forced into remote working with COVID and the upcoming flexibility of working being proposed by 5G, the Zero Trust Architecture [ZTA] model for securing Data and Applications is very much at the forefront of Security Professional’s thinking. In its most basic form, ZTA is based on a variable policy determined by observation; with Visibility at the foundation of observation join Gigamon in discussing strategies for achieving the Visibility required to underpin any successful ZTA implementation, thereby empowering organisations to correctly determine the right policy at the right time and ensuring secure and seamless operations.
Achieving the Visibility required to underpin a successful Zero Trust implementation.
Determining the right policy at the right time.
Ensuring secure and seamless operations.
Hear guest speaker David Holmes talk about his recent Forrester research paper: “Maintaining Visibility in the TLS 1.3 Era.” Holmes will share how three internet protocols will soon be modified to enhance consumer and citizen privacy while having a detrimental effect when used in an enterprise.
The coming changes, TLS 1.3, DNS-over-HTTPS and encrypted SNI, will mask or remove the metadata that both snoopers rely on (for nefarious tracking) and IT rely on (to protect the organisation’s users). Holmes will share how quickly these changes are coming, and which security monitoring tools will be affected first.
• What changes are coming and how they impact network visibility
• Which tools are at risk of going dark in the new world
• How long architects have to turn the lights back on
• How IT security can mitigate the impact of what’s coming
• Where DNS security is headed
Ollie Sheridan, Gigamon Principal Engineer; Brandon Dunlap, Moderator
Tor, "The Onion Router", is a protocol for anonymously browsing the Internet as well as ".onion" sites that are only accessible via the Tor Network (and is largely seen as bad news for a network). While the origins of Tor were noble, bad actors and criminals have used and abused the Tor network as a means to undertake illegal activities, safe in the knowledge that catching them in the act is, at very best, extremely difficult. Join Gigamon and (ISC)2 as we explore:
• The history and origins of Tor
• How the Tor network is constructed
• How Tor can be detected on your network
• Ideas and strategies to capturing the network traffic required to know of Tor's presence
• Securing your network against Tor usage
Steve Piper – Founder and CEO of CyberEdge Group + Martyn Crew – Dir Industry Solutions, Gigamon
Join us for a conversation with Steve Piper, Founder & CEO of CyberEdge Group. Steve will share insights from the Group's latest research report: The Impact of COVID-19 on Enterprise IT Security Teams.
Hear what the research says about:
* the impact of the work-from-home movement
* pandemic-related IT challenges
* the health of security budgets
* staffing issues, training, and more
Jim Mandelbaum, Senior Security Engineer at Gigamon
Having visibility into your network, what’s on it and how it’s preforming, is critical to any sized organization. The use of network monitoring tools like SPAN and TAP can certainly help, as can Network Aggregation and Packet Brokers.
Join Gigamon and (ISC)² as we dive into visibility topics such as:
· Data de-duplication
· TLS decryption
· Inline and out-of-band tools
· Virtual and cloud environments
Bassam Khan, VP of Product and Technical Marketing Engineering at Gigamon
In case you haven’t noticed, the enterprise network is changing and changing fast. Traditional physical routers, switches and firewalls are quickly being replaced by their software-defined counterparts. Networks are moving to the cloud and spanning the world.
How is the enterprise going to not only leverage the latest network innovations but also try to keep pace?
How will you manage, monitor, and troubleshoot the ever-more-complex network of the future?
What are the latest solutions available to help make the job easier?
Join us for this ActualTech Media replay to get those questions answered and more.
In this webinar, you will:
- Learn key trends that are reshaping the networking landscape
- Discover how you can gain complete network visibility to improve security, ensure performance and prevent problems before they happen
David Coulthard & Bob Constanduros and Ollie Sheridan, Principal Security Solutions Engineer, CISSP
Join F1 star David Coulthard, leading F1 sports commentator Bob Constanduros and Gigamon experts for a unique session on optimising Network Detection and Response (NDR) and other security tools with uncompromised network visibility. Provide your InfoSec and IT teams with the fuel to race towards a winning performance.
Full visibility of internal mechanics and external surroundings is crucial for F1 drivers racing on circuits at break-neck speed. Protecting your IT infrastructure is no different. Without clear visibility of ALL relevant traffic, deploying NDRs or any other security tool is so resource-intensive and time-consuming, it can take InfoSec teams away from detecting and hunting threats.
Learn more about network security optimisation, Gigamon solutions and hear how customers are optimising their NDR investment. The final lap will see David Coulthard taking live questions from the audience and being interviewed by Bob Constanduros who has covered over 670 Grand Prix’s and interviewed multiple F1 legends throughout his career.
John Gudmundson Head of Technical Product Marketing, Gigamon and Lee Carass Solution Architect, Trend Micro
Public Clouds are on the ascent. To ensure comprehensive security with superior performance you need full packet and application visibility. As such environments are also very dynamic and complex, automation is critical to success.
Today, to acquire and forward traffic to various security and monitoring tools you must laboriously install agents on each compute node for every tool or potentially utilise native traffic mirroring services. Neither of these approaches provide you the full control nor detailed insights into network flows.
There is a better way. Learn how next-gen Network Packet Brokers collaborate with cloud orchestration tools to automatically provision virtual TAPs to obtain all traffic. Next, app flows are identified, optimally processed and distributed to security tools such as anti-malware from Trend Micro. Network efficiency rises, user security enhanced, and tool effectiveness improved.
Ian Farquhar, Consulting Sales Engineer at Gigamon
TLS is becoming ubiquitous, but it’s a double-edged sword. On the one side, organizations can mitigate risk vectors using this protocol. On the flipside is the misuse of TLS by threat actors trying to hide their activities and prevent your security monitoring infrastructure from detecting their activities. How do you benefit from TLS, but avoid the risks? Is decrypting everything the right approach? And if so, where? What about non-decrypting approaches to threat detection, like JA3? TLS 1.3 was a significant change, what do I need to know about it? Join Gigamon and (ISC)2 to get answers to these questions and more.
Watch this webinar to learn the answer to this question, plus:
· Whether or not decrypting everything the right approach
· How non-decrypting approaches to threat detection, such as JA3, compare
· What you need to know about TLS 1.3
Martyn Crew – Director of Solutions Marketing, Gigamon
It’s not always easy to get approval to invest in the solutions you need, especially in these uncertain times. Let us help. Gigamon solutions enable you to save money in your tools budget so you can re-use that money to drive high impact digital transformation initiatives.
Attend the live webinar to learn how to:
• Reduce duplicate traffic on your network by 50%
• Filter out low risk, irrelevant traffic and focus on high-risk traffic
• Minimize the number of new tools you’ll need as your data volumes increase
• Use existing tools on upgraded, faster networks
Martyn Crew – Director, Industry Solutions, Gigamon
The old cliché "you can't protect against what you can't see" holds as true for cybersecurity as for physical security. Financial Services organisations have been at the forefront of digital transformation and have realised that, without the right planning and tools, security can become a casualty in this process.
View this webinar and join the discussion involving these issues and ways that Financial Services organisations can protect themselves and their customers in the digital transformation process.
Ollie Sheridan, Principal Sales Engineer, Security, Gigamon (EMEA); Brandon Dunlap, Moderator
A recent trend in the IT Industry has been to encrypt communications with more and more protocols now running over TLS ("SSL"). Major browser vendors are providing a means to not only encrypt the DNS requests being made by clients but also the SNI within a TLS connection. Are we as an industry losing sight of our goals with this approach and are producing a potential issue where we are hindering rather than helping ourselves in this endeavour? Join Gigamon and (ISC)2 October 13, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. BST for a discussion of the pros and cons of encrypting this data, with an emphasis on TLS as a transport. We will also examine the motivations of organisations to provide these services and how a Threat Actor can take (and in fact has taken) advantage of another hole we've inadvertently made in our countermeasures. Also discussed will be the steps we can take to keep ahead of this and the financial ramifications that ubiquitous encryption can have on security countermeasures.
After finding themselves in a data breach in late 2018, the renowned Australian National University (ANU) published an extensive transparent report, outlining the timeline of events and the level of sophistication behind the hack.
A 2020 global intelligence threat report by NTT, found the education sector attracted 38% of all attacks last year and was the 2nd most attacked industry after government.
This rise of attacker techniques combining ransomware and data exfiltration illustrates that defense against either approach in isolation is insufficient. Compounded with the complexity of University environments, this also makes an endpoint-only approach unviable.
Join us for an exclusive fireside chat with the CISO of ANU, Suthagar Seevaratnam, as we discuss some of the changes they've made post-incident and what they see as their next steps to improve cybersecurity resiliency in today’s ever-evolving threat landscape.
Romaine Fouchereau, IDC Research Manager, Frank Rubio, Gigamon & Joe Bombagi, Riverbed
How the convergence of network and security tools can help your organisation to securely deliver business continuity without sacrificing user experience
2020 saw one of the biggest shifts in the way organisations work and operate, as most of their workforce working from home has now become the new normal. This is putting new strains on the network, but also creating more issues for the IT and security teams as the workforce still need to access applications and data securely.
Join this webinar as speakers from IDC, Riverbed and Gigamon discuss how IT and security leaders can keep delivering network resilience and performance, security and a solid user experience for their organisation.
You will learn:
•What the trends are in Europe from IDC's latest research
•What organisations can do to handle new business priorities
•How to handle secure remote access at scale
•How to maintain network visibility
•Which tools can be used to keep the network secure
•How to optimise bandwidth usage and performance
Martyn Crew, Gigamon + Greg Jablonsky, CTO at Bonadio Group + Sean Mack, CIO & CISO at Wiley
In times of great transition or crisis, it’s leaders we turn to. Today is no different. Watch this webinar with Argyle to learn what IT leaders are doing to regain control over their network and what you can do going forward.
Learn how IT leaders must work to:
• Prevent network bottlenecks in a work-from-home environment
• Address the specific security risks of personal device usage
• Collaborate to maintain visibility, security and performance
Speakers / Panelists:
Martyn Crew, Director of Solutions Marketing at Gigamon
Greg Jablonsky, Chief Technology Officer at the Bonadio Group
Sean Mack, Chief Information Officer and CISO at Wiley
Eric Hanselman, Chief Analyst at 451 Research + Shehzad Merchant, CTO at Gigamon
Join Eric Hanselman, Chief Analyst at 451 Research, and Shehzad Merchant, CTO at Gigamon, as they discuss the latest ideas and best practices to extract meaningful data to secure your infrastructure.
The webinar will cover:
• Inherent challenges of new architectures
• Why the future is increasingly moving toward hybrid IT environments
• What makes network data “high-octane?”
• How best to leverage your network as a context-rich source of truth
You’ll learn where this data exists, how it can be accessed and how to refine it into powerful security analytics. In today’s unprecedented enterprise landscape this isn’t just smart, it’s an imperative.
Shehzad Merchant, CTO + Martyn Crew, Director Solutions Marketing, Gigamon
Wondering how to secure a fluid workforce and which tools to use? Want to understand what the greatest new areas of risk are for Financial Services? Watch this video Q&A to get answers.
In addition to sharing insights into what the Next Normal will look like, how to maintain business continuity and crucial factors organizations might be overlooking, Shehzad Merchant, Chief Technology Officer at Gigamon, will answer questions like these:
• How to manage a fluid workplace that dynamically shifts between on- and off-prem work
• Which tools and technologies to use to secure your workforce
• How to help DevOps scale apps dynamically without scaling up the attack surface
Shehzad Merchant, Chief Technology Officer at Gigamon
Martyn Crew, Director of Solutions Marketing at Gigamon
Michael Osterman, Principal Analyst at Osterman Research + Bassam Khan, VP of Product & Tech Marketing, Gigamon
For anyone tasked with managing an organization’s network, this webinar with Osterman Research offers insights into critical issues network managers need to address to gain visibility and secure their network traffic. Current events have only made this harder.
• How organizations are adapting to the new work-from-home phenomenon
• The critical issues you need to address to gain visibility into your network operations to optimize and secure network traffic
• How to address drastic changes to network usage and adapt as quickly as possible
Michael Osterman, Principal Analyst at Osterman Research
Bassam Khan, Vice President of Product and Tech Marketing at Gigamon
Ollie Sheridan, Principal Sales Engineer, Security, (EMEA); Brandon Dunlap, Moderator
IT, cloud and security architects are responsible for addressing the following questions before they can successfully deploy applications in containers with Kubernetes-based orchestration and ensure the resultant traffic is optimally processed and distributed:
· How can I get visibility into inter-container traffic as containers are ephemeral and constantly in-motion?
· Can I ensure scalable visibility as deployed apps grow and can span hundreds of microservices each?
· What if the underlying network architecture changes with a different virtual switch methodology?
· Is there a way to automate the configured policies across thousands of containers in real-time?
Not addressing these considerations slows down the transition to container-based applications, limits the use of datacenter automation and leaves the organization vulnerable to potential security breaches, with potential impact to reputation and brand. Join Gigamon and (ISC)2 on July 14, 2020 at 1:00PM BST for answers to these and other questions as we dive into containers and network visibility.
Cette webinar démontre l'importance d'avoir une visibilité complète du trafic et de s'assurer que vos outils peuvent garder un œil vigilant sur l'ensemble de votre réseau en utilisant la technologie de Gigamon et nCipher.
Visibility into physical, virtual, and cloud environments
Gigamon provides active visibility into physical and virtual network traffic, enabling stronger security and superior performance. Gigamon’s Visibility Fabric and GigaSECURE, the industry’s first Security Delivery Platform, deliver advanced intelligence so that security, network and application performance management solutions in enterprise, government and service provider networks operate more efficiently and effectively.
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