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Simplified Segmentation for a Stronger Threat Defense

  • Thursday, October 5th, 2017 at 3:30 PM EDT (19:30:00 UTC)
  • Keti Kilcrease
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Overview

Network segmentation is an essential way to protect your network from intruders. However, traditional methods are challenging to implement and update - making it difficult to protect a dynamic network. As networks continue to modernize, digitize, and expand, how can we properly segment them to keep them secure without unnecessary cost and complexity?

Cisco TrustSec Software-Defined Segmentation enables the network to quickly identify, isolate, and counter cyber-threats. Our webinar will discuss the benefits of software-defined segmentation with TrustSec, and will walk you through a sample design.

Speaker Bio

Keti Kilcrease

Keti Kilcrease is a senior product manager for Cisco’s TrustSec Software Defined Segmentation solution. She has worked in security technology for over a decade and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Her background includes work on a wide range of projects including anti-counterfeit and image signing technology, and protection of Intellectual Property. She contributed to the IEEE 802.1AR Secure Device Identity Standard, and shares a patent for a hardware security function. Keti holds a MS in Computer Science from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.

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