Why Old-School Thinking Can’t Keep Up With New Security Challenges

One of the first principles of cybersecurity is to make the bad actors work as hard as possible to gain access to a network, then to their actual targets. For the past decade, agencies relied on firewalls to address external threats, creating a virtual moat around a castle.

But these legacy firewalls are only concerned with actions attempting to penetrate their perimeter defenses and can’t monitor internal actions.

Check out this new report to learn how agencies’ approaches to security inside systems has changed. You’ll explore how micro-segmentation can better protect your agency.

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