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Why You Should Care About Security Policy Orchestration

Reuven Harrison, CTO & Co-Founder
This webinar will look at how to orchestrate network layer change processes, accelerate service and application delivery and increase IT agility, while maintaining security and compliance throughout your network.
Nov 5 2013
39 mins
Why You Should Care About Security Policy Orchestration
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  • CyberEdge Group, a premier information security research firm, recently announced the results of its 2015 Cyberthreat Defense Report. Designed to complement Verizon’s annual Data Breach Investigations Report, this report provides a 360-degree view of organizations’ security threats, current defenses, and planned investments. Over 800 security decision makers and practitioners from across North America and Europe were surveyed in December 2014. Attend this insightful webinar to learn:

     How many were affected by a successful data breach in 2014
     How many think they’ll be victimized in 2015
     What portion of IT spending is dedicated to security
     Which cyberthreats concern security professionals the most
     Which security defenses are present or planned for acquisition
     Plus two dozen additional insights from security professionals just like you
  • CyberEdge Group, a premier information security research firm, recently announced the results of its 2015 Cyberthreat Defense Report. Designed to complement Verizon’s annual Data Breach Investigations Report, this report provides a 360-degree view of organizations’ security threats, current defenses, and planned investments. Over 800 security decision makers and practitioners from across North America and Europe were surveyed in December 2014. Attend this insightful webinar to learn:

     How many were affected by a successful data breach in 2014
     How many think they’ll be victimized in 2015
     What portion of IT spending is dedicated to security
     Which cyberthreats concern security professionals the most
     Which security defenses are present or planned for acquisition
     Plus two dozen additional insights from security professionals just like you
  • With data breaches and data leakage incidents becoming front page news, cyber investigations are taking on more importance within organizations. This calls for a new set of skills to be developed such as the ability to work with all levels of law enforcement, lawyers and attorneys and within the judicial system. Many of these investigations will call for the cybersecurity practitioner to be a witness and give testimony. What's the best way to do this to protect yourself and the organization, while also providing the information that will help law enforcement and the justice system to get the information they need? Join (ISC)2 on March 26, 2015 at 1:00PM Eastern for our next "From the Trenches" webcast where we'll talk about what it means to be an expert witness and the best practices for serving as one.
  • As a security professional, you are on constant alert for external threats. But many breaches are caused internally by incorrect configuration of IT resources, including SSL. To help improve how encryption is used, Qualys created a research project called SSL Labs to address two major problems of the ecosystem: lack of tools and documentation.
  • As organizations work hard to ensure complete anti-malware coverage on desktops, servers, and at the perimeter, attackers are already moving on to techniques completely outside those detected by traditional security tools. Enterprises must consider alternative approaches to defending their infrastructure and turn their focus to tools, products and techniques that approach security in new and different ways.

    In this webinar, Eric and Dave will discuss:

    • How the volume of system alerts from Network Security solutions are creating lots of noise but lack context to focus on the real threats facing your data
    • How to stop advanced threats – with no advance knowledge of the tools or malware – by following the attack sequence
    • Why bridging the gap between system security and data protection is the key to stopping ever increasing sophisticated attackers from stealing your data
  • This webinar draws on Bradford Networks’ extensive BYOD experience to help organizations avoid the landmines that plague BYOD initiatives.

    Attend this webinar and you will learn how to avoid:
    • Organizational Resistance - Establish and manage a cross-functional committee of stakeholders to build consensus
    • Support Burden - Leverage proven techniques to educate end users and minimize help desk calls
    • User Frustration - Implement ultra flexible BYOD policies without compromising security
    • Onboarding Latency - Maximize the end users’ ability to self-administer new and lost/stolen devices
    • Vulnerable Endpoints – Guided remediation for user devices that are under-protected and non-compliant
  • Attackers always have a goal in mind and it’s up to you to understand how they will get there. But how is that possible when there is simply too much data to sort through and act upon?

    The upcoming release of Core Insight 4.5 adds new attack intelligence features to consolidate, normalize, and prioritize vulnerability management initiatives enterprise-wide. These features allow users to reduce the noise from scanners by more than 90%, so that you can focus on the most critical threats.

    Join us on March 26, 2015 at 1pm ET to get a sneak peek and live demo of Core Insight 4.5. Hear about new features such as:

    - User customizable and flexible reporting
    - Centralized asset store for extended scalability
    - Enhanced exploit matching and filtering
    - Interactive and adaptive attack paths
  • Attackers always have a goal in mind and it’s up to you to understand how they will get there. But how is that possible when there is simply too much data to sort through and act upon?

    The upcoming release of Core Insight 4.5 adds new attack intelligence features to consolidate, normalize, and prioritize vulnerability management initiatives enterprise-wide. These features allow users to reduce the noise from scanners by more than 90%, so that you can focus on the most critical threats.

    Join us on March 26, 2015 at 1pm ET to get a sneak peek and live demo of Core Insight 4.5. Hear about new features such as:

    - User customizable and flexible reporting
    - Centralized asset store for extended scalability
    - Enhanced exploit matching and filtering
    - Interactive and adaptive attack paths
  • Attackers are constantly trying to find new exploits to penetrate network defenses and bypass security controls. In 2014, Mandiant’s M-Trends report indicated that it takes an average of 229 days to detect the presence of a threat actor on an enterprise network. Organizations are starting to realize that the evolution in technologies alone cannot stop such incidents, as the actors continue to change their tactics.

    Organizations need to consider supplementing their security technologies and processes with their people. By leveraging employees as human sensors, we not only adopt “see something, say something”, but we are able to add an extra layer of defense and exponentially reduce detection time as well.

    In this webinar, PhishMe’s Senior Researchers Ronnie Tokazowski and Shyaam Sundhar will discuss:

    • Engaging human sensors as a layer of defense
    • Utilizing user reports to detect malware
    • Real use cases of user detection within our enterprise
  • Sutter Health is a not-for-profit health system serving more than 100 communities in Northern California. Each year its 5,000 physicians care for more than 10 million outpatient visits and discharge more than 200,000 in-patients.

    As healthcare systems transition from “fee for service” to “fee for value” reimbursement models, there is an increasing focus to drive down 30-day re-admission rates, particularly for high risk patients. To this end, Sutter Health is piloting Project RED (Re-engineered Discharge) which leverages predictive analytics to identify high-risk patients and then prescribes alternative discharge workflows aimed at lowering the risk of re-admission.

    Join us as Kristen Wilson-Jones, Sutter RD&D CTO, shares how Sutter Health has leveraged MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform in an orchestrated plecosystem of technologies to power Project RED by enabling real-time patient risk scoring, clinical workflow management and bi-directional integration with Epic.

    Topics covered
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    + How Sutter Health is lowering 30-day re-admission rates by re-engineeing clinical workflows
    + The need for connectivity to enable workflow re-design
    + Best practice in moving from an application-centric to a data object-centric connectivity approach
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  • Change Gears! Accelerating Network Changes with Intelligent Automation Recorded: Feb 17 2015 46 mins
    Avishai Shafir, Director of Product Marketing, Tufin
    Today’s IT environment has seen an accelerated pace of change and complexity—all increasing demands on IT. Tens, hundreds and even thousands of changes per day should not be done manually.

    Join us for a discussion of effective solutions for automating changes in the network, modifying security controls, resolving routing dilemmas and compliance rule conflicts. This session will provide insights gained through years of experience in the network security arena, and share with you how network changes can done securely, accurately and quickly.
  • Avoiding the Data Center Migration ‘Security Trap’ Recorded: Jan 21 2015 47 mins
    Javvad Malik, Senior Analyst, Enterprise Security Practice, 451 Research Group & Reuven Harrison, CTO & Co-Founder, Tufin
    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.
  • Has Your Network Security Team Completed the Move to PCI DSS 3.0? Recorded: Dec 15 2014 34 mins
    Avishai Shafir, Director of Product Marketing, Tufin
    From January 1st, PCI DSS 2.0 will no longer be valid and PCI DSS 3.0 will be the required compliance version for companies holding credit card data. As compliance for network security is both challenging and time consuming, proven best practices should be adopted to ensure quick and easy onboarding and upgrading.

    Join us for a 30 minute webinar where we will look at best practices for planning your network security and ongoing network management, within the requirements of PCI DSS 3.0. We will also share lessons learned from leading retail and finance companies.
  • Transforming Data Center Security with SDDC : Joint solution with VMware & Tufin Recorded: Dec 10 2014 55 mins
    Srinivas Nimmagadda - Product Line Manager, VMWare & Ofer Or, Tufin VP of Products
    Accelerating enterprise transition to the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) means that organizations must be able to centralize and automate the management of dispersed environments with multiple, segmented networks through software and with minimal manual intervention.

    With perimeter-centric network security proving insufficient, software-based micro-segmentation has emerged as the only scalable and operationally viable alternative for stopping server-to-server attacks within the data center.
    In this session, experts from VMware and Tufin will show how security-, network- and virtualization teams are already working together to achieve:
    • Simple & consistent alignment of network security policies across the software defined data center
    • Improved workload-level security control for the network
    • Continuous compliance with organizational as well as industry guidelines
  • Secure the SDDC with Network Micro-Segmentation Recorded: Nov 13 2014 38 mins
    Ofer Or, Tufin VP of Products
    Enterprise transition to Software-Defined Data Centers (SDDCs) has begun and organizations must be able to manage a dispersed environment (multiple, segmented networks) centrally, through software – with the minimal amount of manual intervention.

    For the most effective SDDC, organizations must ensure that every piece in their solution architecture is aligned and automated.

    In this 45 minute session, experts from Tufin will share how security, network, operation, and virtualization teams are working together to build a robust SDDC environment, covering topics such as:

    • Virtualized networks
    • Micro-segmentation for physical and virtual networks
    • Simple alignment of network security policies across the
    software-defined data center
    • Visibility and governance over network security in the
    software-defined data center
  • Zen and The Art of Network Security Segmentation Recorded: Oct 29 2014 53 mins
    John Pescatore Director of Emerging Security Trends, SANS Institute & Reuven Harrison, CTO & Co-Founder, Tufin
    Recent high profile breaches have shown that perimeter firewalls need to be augmented by internal firewalls that implement security zones on internal networks. Efforts such as the Critical Security Controls (Control 19 - Secure Network Engineering) have demonstrated that such internal segmentation has been key to avoiding or minimizing business impact due to advanced targeted attacks.

    Internal network segmentation is now an accepted best-practice for network security as it:
    • Secures sensitive data
    • Contains attacks
    • Generates richer data for security event management.

    However, many organizations struggle to enforce network segmentation because of its complexity.
    Join John Pescatore, Director of Emerging Security Trends, SANS Institute, and Reuven Harrison, Tufin’s CTO to learn how to strike a peaceful balance by enforcing tight network segmentation without compromising business efficiency and agility.
  • Network Security & the Software Defined Data Center Recorded: Oct 14 2014 40 mins
    Ofer Or, Vice President Products, Tufin
    Enterprise IT and security experts are under increasing pressure to respond to growing business expectations. Traditional infrastructures lack the ability to deliver services and applications with the speed and accuracy required.

    As a result, organizations are moving to the cloud and cloud-like technologies such as the Software Defined Data Center (SDDC). This enables fully automated control of the data center (including deployment, provisioning, configurations and operations) whereby virtualization of the data center infrastructure is available as a service.

    However, all too often, security within the SDDC is only considered as an after-thought. Gartner’s ‘The Impact of Software-Defined Data Centers on Information Security’ states “…Any shift to software-defined infrastructure is incomplete without the enforcement of security policy compliance in terms of connectivity.”

    In this 45 minute webinar, you will learn more about

    · The challenges for network security both in and around the SDDC

    · The solutions and technologies needed to address these challenges
  • Enterprise Network Segmentation: Divide and Rule! Recorded: Aug 13 2014 42 mins
    Maya Malevich, Director of Strategic Planning, Tufin
    By separating networks with systems containing sensitive information from those that do not, organizations can limit risk and damage to a network, should an attacker be able to gain access.

    However, the dynamic nature of the modern enterprise coupled with highly complex networks, often means that putting it into practice appears far from easy.

    Join Tufin Security Experts to learn how to properly implement and manage your network segmentation while continuously enforcing security policies and reducing risk.
  • Drowning or Surfing? Can your network security keep up with the new wave of IT? Recorded: Jul 16 2014 52 mins
    Jon Oltsik, Enterprise Security Group, Senior Principal Analyst; Reuven Harrison, Tufin CTO and Co-Founder
    Dynamic business needs are driving IT to become more agile*. IT transformation is being further accelerated with the introduction of cloud computing platforms and “software-defined” IT in order to streamline operations and offer more IT as a service. However, IT transformation projects are too often misaligned with existing network security processes, technologies, and controls.
    Join this webinar to learn:
    - How to bridge the gap between inefficient network security processes and the more automated and agile IT environment
    - What impact the global security skills shortage has on network security and supporting IT transformation, and how this can be solved
    - Best practices for achieving network security orchestration
    *Webinar attendees will be the first to receive the ESG whitepaper: "Enterprises Need Network Security Orchestration to Support the New Wave of IT"
  • Control Network Segmentation with Unified Security Policy Recorded: Jun 23 2014 3 mins
    Tufin
    Unified Security Policy eases the burden of managing complex and dynamic network segmentation policies, a best practice known to be critical in limiting the impact of security breaches. Delivering in-depth information about zone-to-zone traffic and policy restrictions, it already enables Tufin customers to map out and manage their desired network security architecture.
  • Baking Security into the Network Change Process Recorded: May 13 2014 60 mins
    Adam Hils, Research Director, Gartner & Reuven Harrison CTO & Co-Founder
    Most organizations are struggling to improve their network change processes which have become slow, inefficient and labor-intense.
    Security Policy Orchestration is quickly gaining acceptance as an optimized solution for aligning security with business agility.
    Join us to learn how smart automation combined with network analytics enable an efficient, secure and compliant network change process.
  • How Automating the Network Change Process Speeds up Secure Application Delivery Recorded: Apr 5 2014 18 mins
    Richard Stiennon (Chief Research Analyst, IT-Harvest), Ruvi Kitov (Tufin CEO), Reuven Harrison, (Tufin CTO)
    Richard Stiennon (Chief Research Analyst, IT-Harvest) met with Ruvi Kitov (Tufin's CEO) and Reuven Harrison (Tufin's CTO) to discuss the emergence and benefits of Security Policy Orchestration. As trends such as virtualization and the cloud continue to introduce new risks, more complexity, and more changes to the network, Security Policy Orchestration enables Operations teams to increase agility and efficiency by automating secure, accurate change processes into day-to-day operations.
  • Disruption Ahead-How Tectonic Technology Shifts will Change Network Security Recorded: Apr 1 2014 57 mins
    Mike Rothman, Analyst & President, Securosis & Reuven Harrison, CTO, Tufin
    Join us to learn:
    -How the scope of your security policy and governance must change.
    -The importance of visibility when you have no control of the physical infrastructure
    -The role of security in a DevOps-centric technology environment
    -How automation can increase both security and agility
    Every 15-20 years the underlying foundation of technology shifts, disrupting the way technology services are built and delivered. Now with the advent of cloud computing and virtualization, most of what you know about network security is going to change.
  • Time is Running Out: Why You Must Automate Your Network Security Recorded: Feb 18 2014 44 mins
    Ofer Or, Director, Strategy & Research, Tufin
    Learn how basic security foundations and effective automation of security practices will minimize the effects of cyber breaches within your enterprise. With the number of cyber espionage operations and breaches ever-increasing, APT’s (Advanced Persistent Threats) are often portrayed as the main perpetrators, yet deeper analysis shows that the damage could have been contained. In this session we will examine some of the recent security attacks and show how network security automation could have minimized the effects of cyber espionage.
  • Comment déployer une application métier en 2 fois moins de temps? Recorded: Dec 3 2013 62 mins
    Aurélien NOURRY, Responsable Production chez Total, Jean-Michel Tavernier, Tufin France
    Inscrivez-vous au webex ci-dessous pour écouter Aurélien NOURRY, Responsable Production chez TOTAL, qui vous présentera sa méthodologie, les problématiques découvertes, leurs solutions, les bénéfices et vous fera un retour d’expérience sur le déploiement de Tufin et sur le ROI associé.
  • Why You Should Care About Security Policy Orchestration Recorded: Nov 5 2013 39 mins
    Reuven Harrison, CTO & Co-Founder
    This webinar will look at how to orchestrate network layer change processes, accelerate service and application delivery and increase IT agility, while maintaining security and compliance throughout your network.
  • Automate business-critical apps for better efficiency, security & compliance Recorded: Jun 19 2013 37 mins
    Jon Miles, Tufin UK Account Manager and Ian Paine, Tufin Senior Sales Engineer
    The role firewalls play within an enterprise has changed: the majority of firewall change requests are application-related, validating that firewalls are now responsible for secure application connectivity, in addition to their traditional role of perimeter security. Security Process Automation allows the right set of processes to be defined and implemented. Join us to learn more
  • How to Pass Your Next Audit Without Putting Your Business on Hold Recorded: Jun 13 2013 38 mins
    Maya Malevich, Director of Product Management, Tufin Technologies
    Establishing PCI DSS compliance can be extremely resource intensive. For medium to large organizations, the many tasks involved in documenting, tracking and auditing network security procedures manually can take days. With an automated firewall operations, auditing and compliance solution, companies can substantially reduce the time and cost of PCI DSS compliance as it applies to the management of firewalls, routers and related network security infrastructure. Learn how to reduce the amount of time required for audit preparation by more than 50%, while enabling continuous compliance with the PCI standard.
  • The Changing Roles of Firewalls Recorded: May 30 2013 19 mins
    Richard Stiennon, Ruvi Kitov, Reuven Harrison, CTO Tufin
    Richard Stiennon (Chief Research Analyst, IT-Harvest) met with Ruvi Kitov (Tufin's CEO) and Reuven Harrison (Tufin's CTO) to discuss the changing role of firewalls in the last five years, next-gen firewall capabilities and how to manage your firewall optimally. As application use within organizations increases, organizations need to be agile and compliant to meet industry standards.
  • Total Economic Impact and Return on Investment Recorded: May 21 2013 54 mins
    John KIndervag, Principal Forrester Analyst, Sebastian Selhorst, Forrester Consultant and Ruvi Kitov, CEO,Tufin
    Join this Tufin hosted webinar featuring Forrester to learn how a large Financial Services company will achieve an 11-month ROI. Also learn why they expect benefits of over $3 million over the next three years. Discover how to build a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact of Tufin's Security Suite (TSS) on your organisation. Attendees will receive a complete copy of "A Forrester Total Economic Impact™ Study Prepared For Tufin: The Total Economic Impact Of Tufin’s Security Suite"
Security Policy Orchestration solutions
The leader in Security Policy Orchestration, automating and accelerating network infrastructure changes while maintaining security and compliance. By improving network change processes, organizations using the Tufin Security Policy Orchestration Suite will have a positive impact on business by reducing time and cost spent implementing network changes by up to 80 percent. Taking a holistic view of IT, Tufin’s Security Policy Orchestration Suite helps organizations automate security and efficiency into day-to-day operations, enabling them to be more agile and leverage technology to gain a competitive advantage. Founded in 2005, Tufin serves more than 1,200 customers in industries from telecom and financial services to energy, transportation and pharmaceuticals. Tufin partners with leading vendors including Check Point, Cisco, Juniper Networks, Palo Alto Networks, Fortinet, F5, Blue Coat, McAfee and BMC Software, and is known for technological innovation and dedicated customer service.

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