Bridging NetOps and SecOps: An Experts’ Panel

March 16, 2021
Cisco | Conscia | AlgoSec

Silos hurt security. Your network and its security are not managed by just one team. It is the responsibility of both NetOps and SecOps, but these teams don’t always play well together. 

In this security experts’ panel, Doug Hurd from CiscoHenrik Skovfoged from Conscia, Oren Amiram and Tsippi Dach from AlgoSec will share how you can bring NetOps and SecOps teams together with Cisco ACI, Cisco Secure Workload (formerly Cisco Tetration) and AlgoSec. 

Discover how NetOps and SecOps teams can: 

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