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    Zen and the Art of Network Segmentation

    Reuven Harrison

    Thursday November 20, 2014

    Did you catch my recent webinar on network segmentation in the enterprise?

    We all know that segmentation reduces the attack surface and minimises risk for a business. But what isn’t always appreciated is that enforcing network segmentation must be an on-going effort of updating and reconfiguring. And in a rapidly evolving modern IT environment, this is becoming increasingly difficult to manage manually.

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    What happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas – McAfee Focus 2014

    Avishai Shafir

    Thursday November 6, 2014

    Last week I attended the annual McAfee event in Las Vegas, Focus 2014. The event was very interesting and offered an educational discussion on cybersecurity, so today I’m breaking the unwritten law by sharing some of my event highlights… What happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas!

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    Challenging the IT team to benefit from virtual networks - ensure agility and security

    Ofer Or

    Wednesday October 29, 2014

    The benefits of making the move from physical to software defined networking technologies are well documented. During our most recent webinar we ran a poll to find out how many organisations have plans to adopt software-defined data centers (SDDC). It may be surprising to some to learn that 60 percent...

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    Secured virtual data centers become a reality

    Ofer Or

    Wednesday September 17, 2014

    We recently announced a ground breaking partnership with VMware. It’s set to change the enterprise security landscape significantly by allowing, for the first time, automation and visibility that significantly reduces the management burden of a micro-segmentation, across both physical and virtual networks.

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    A Brave New VMworld

    Ofer Or

    Thursday September 11, 2014

    With over 20,000 visitors, 250 exhibitors, three buildings, five days, it’s safe to say my recent visit to VMworld in San Francisco (as part of the Tufin team) was nothing if not busy! 

    A hugely successful event, the virtualization ‘buzz’ lasted from show start to show finish. In among the highlights at the show were divisions such as VMWare’s End User Computing (EUC) which generated great interest and showcased a range of virtual desktops (Horizon), mobile device management (AirWatch) and desktop virtualization software. This makes sense with the shift to mobile currently taking the IT industry by storm...;