Taming the Storm Clouds: Managing Network Security Across the Hybrid and Multi-cloud Estate

March 27, 2019
Yonatan Klein
Director of Product Management

Good old perimeter security, enforced by traditional firewall protection, is now combined with distributed firewalls, public cloud-native security controls and third-party security services. The shared-responsibility security model means that IT organizations need to assume accountability for the data and overall security posture, as this is not exclusively the cloud providers’ responsibility.

Today, more than ever, enterprise security teams are challenged to stretch their tried-and-true security policies to their extended deployments. They lack visibility across this growing estate, they can’t keep up with DevOps, and they are unable to properly analyze risk. They need integrated security policy management solutions for hybrid-cloud environments.

Join Yonatan Klein, Director of Product Management at AlgoSec to learn how to take advantage of all the benefits of cloud and virtual deployments while maintaining your current security fundamentals.

Yonatan will cover how to:

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