Best Practices for Network Security Resilience
It’s not a question of IF your network will be breached, but WHEN. News broadcasts for the last several years have shown that most enterprise networks will be hacked at some point. In addition, the time it takes for most IT departments to notice the intrusion usually takes months—over six months according to the Ponemon Institute. This gives hackers plenty of time to find what they want and exfiltrate whatever information they want. There are some clear things that you can do to minimize your corporate risk and the potential costs of a breach. One new approach is to create a resilient security architecture model. The intent of this model is to create a solution that gets the network back up and running after a breach has occurred, as fast as possible. While prevention should always be a key security architecture goal, a resilient architecture goal focusses on recognizing the breach, investigating the breach, and then remediating the damage as quickly as possible.
At this webinar you’ll learn:
- What network security resilience is
- The benefits of this security technique
- Examples of visibility and security solutions that you can implement to reduce the time to remediation
Jon Oltsik, Senior Principal Analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group, will explain how resilient security goes beyond the traditional defensive approach to your security architecture.