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Avoiding the Data Center Migration ‘Security Trap’

Regardless of whether it’s in the cloud or on premise, consolidating or deploying a new data center is a daunting task. It becomes even harder when moving workload from the existing data center to a new one.

Successful migrations require clear visibility of application connectivity and an understanding of how your applications’ data is inter-connected. You also need to consider how to segment the network in order to meet compliance and data protection needs. One false move can take down business-critical applications. So unless the process is properly managed, it can be a security trap waiting to happen.

Join Javvad Malik, Senior Analyst, Enterprise Security Practice at 451 Research Group, and Reuven Harrison, Tufin's CTO & Co-Founder, for an insightful discussion around the challenges and market trends in data center migration and learn how you can mitigate risk through real life examples.
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