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    Breaches Emphasize Urgency of Automating Network Segmentation Efforts

    Reuven Harrison

    Wednesday July 9, 2014

    A couple of weeks ago, P.F. Chang’s confirmed a long-term breach (from September 2013 to June 2014), where an estimated 800,000 cards per month may have been stolen.  While details of how attackers accessed the restaurants network are still emerging, it wouldn’t be surprising to learn that like with Target, Michaels, Neiman Marcus, and Sally Beauty, the attackers gained access to POS systems through another system...

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    Why Orchestration Is So Much More Than Automation

    Reuven Harrison

    Wednesday July 2, 2014

    At Tufin, we often talk about how the growing complexity of organizational networks is making it impossible to manage security effectively through traditional manual means. But one of the problems businesses often encounter when trying to move to a more automated approach is that security professionals are understandably wary.

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    The evolution of DevOps

    Reuven Harrison

    Wednesday June 25, 2014

    The world of DevOps is still work in progress especially where security is concerned. Most discussion around DevOps centers on business agility and undoubtedly businesses are focused on delivering business-critical apps as quickly as possible.

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    Puppet Labs module goes live!

    Reuven Harrison

    Thursday May 22, 2014

    We recently announced a partnership with Puppet Labs to automate and orchestrate security policy changes for host-based firewalls (more specifically, iptables). The good news is that the module is now available for download.

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    Simplifying segmentation and understanding the art of network security

    Ofer Or

    Tuesday May 20, 2014

    Network segmentation should be applied throughout the entire enterprise to ensure security. And we all know it. But like so many others of life’s ‘necessary but ultimately time consuming’ tasks, we just do the basics.

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