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“AlgoSec now does the heavy lifting for us. It allows the engineers to focus more on providing greater levels of security than on process and change."

Phil Packman, General Manager, Security Gateway Operations

"AlgoSec allowed us to reduce the IT security team’s time by 80% during our data center migration"

Bruno Roulleau, Network Security Architect

“We found that mitigating issues around firewall rulesets is very resource intensive if you don’t have the right tool, so the ROI from AlgoSec stacked up pretty quickly.”

Peter Erceg, Head of IT Security

  • BT
  • Sanofi
  • T-Mobile

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Network Security Policy Management given a benefit rating of 'High' in new Gartner report

By Joanne Godfrey on August 4, 2016

A few weeks ago Gartner released its annual Hype Cycle for Infrastructure Protection, 2016. It’s an impressive and exhaustive guide to the wide range of threat-facing technologies that help defend IT. Included among these technologies is Network Security Policy Management (NSPM) tools, which Gartner gives a benefit rating of ‘High’ – which in Gartner terms means that the technology “Enables new ways of performing horizontal or vertical processes that will result in significantly increased revenue or cost savings for an enterprise”.

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Migrating to NSX? understand the security implications for Greenfield and Brownfield applications

By Avishai Wool on August 18, 2016

In this post I'll discuss two scenarios: in a ‘Greenfield’ scenario, you’re building and deploying brand new applications into a virtualized data center. Clearly, this is an ideal situation, because you can essentially bake in security from the ground up. It is more likely, however, that you’ll have a ‘Brownfield’ scenario, where you are migrating existing business applications to a virtualized data center. In this case you need to migrate and adjust existing security policies for the new virtual environment.