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Network Microsegmentation — Building Zero Trust Security from Data to Devices

  • Tuesday, September 25th, 2018 at 1:00 PM EDT (17:00:00 UTC)
  • Erin Kelly and Jill Walsh
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  • Unisys

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Overview

Industry analysts recognize network microsegmentation as one of the top network security trends of today and must have strategies. It has emerged as one of the most versatile cyber defense innovations that can be applied to a variety of scenarios.

In this session, we will start by reviewing the core concepts of network microsegmentation and then illustrate the versatility of this technology through seven scenarios to achieve baked-in security across environments from data centers to the cloud, mobile and IoT environments.

You will also see a live demo of an attack and how microsegmentation shrinks the attack surface and prevents data exfiltration.

Speaker Bios

Erin Kelly

Erin is the Director of Product Management for Unisys Stealth software. Erin has worked in the security product management space for many years, focusing on cloud, mobile and on-premise security solutions. Prior to that Erin managed products in the Windows server and mainframe spaces.


Jill Walsh

Jill Walsh is a PreSales Architect for Unisys Stealth, creating network security solutions for Unisys clients and partners globally. Jill has worked on the Stealth Security Program for eight years in several key roles. Her background has spanned many Unisys enterprise class, mission critical solution offerings.

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