The paradox of today’s networks is that while applications, and workflows need to move freely across a distributed network, open environments allow attackers to also easily move across that network to cause damage. Intent-based Segmentation solves that problem by enabling the flexibility and adaptability that today's networks require, without compromising on security or performance.
Once the purview of defense researchers, advanced fuzzing is poised to fall into the hands of the criminal community. AI-powered fuzzing will change the game for both attacker and target. One effective method of counter-attack is to go after the underlying economic strategies of criminal organizations.
Converging IT and OT environments is essential for many organizations to compete effectively in today’s digital economy. But unless great care is taken and the needs of the OT environment are fully understood, a broadened attack surface will be available to adversaries.
Fabric-enabled security platforms not only provide the comprehensive visibility, protection, detection and automated response 5G networks require, they also enable organizations to weave their 5G security strategy back into their larger security framework.
There is a convergence of technologies that is blurring the lines between the physical and digital worlds, known as cyber-physical systems. And it is transforming the technology systems that support things we don’t usually see, like manufacturing, transportation, energy production and distribution, water and waste management, and city and building automation.
As always, there is literally too much information to consume. But with some simple analysis, we can break down some of the bigger security trends unveiled at this year’s RSA event and help separate the hype from the solutions that can actually help.