Cryptzone at RSA and CSA Summit to Discuss the Software-Defined Perimeter
Learn about a new network security model called the Software-Defined Perimeter – secure all user access to applications with consistent policies across hybrid environments – by meeting Cryptzone at next week’s RSA Conference 2017 and the 7th Annual Cloud Security Alliance Summit 2017: Securing the Converged Cloud.
A Software-Defined Perimeter protects against:
- DDoS, credential theft, and connection hijacking
- Malicious insiders or abuse of access privileges
- Attackers ability to traverse networks
It also allows organizations to achieve modern network security:
- Enforce the principle of least privilege
- Apply uniform access policies across hybrid systems
- Make networks invisible to unauthorized users
- Simplify regulatory compliance
- Reduce operational complexity
Visit Cryptzone in Booth #407 during the RSA Conference to discuss case studies that demonstrate the real-world benefits achieved by companies that have deployed a Software-Defined Perimeter architecture. When properly implemented, these deployments can be catalysts for changing how network security is accomplished across the entire enterprise, both on-premises and in the cloud.
The Software-Defined Perimeter at the CSA Summit
Hear Cryptzone’s VP of Products, Jason Garbis, present ‘The Software-Defined Perimeter: A Key Ingredient in the Cloud Security Pie’ at the CSA Summit on February 13, 2017 at 9:15am PT at the Marriott Marquis in San Francisco. The presentation takes a deep dive into the progress made with the CSA’s Software-Defined Perimeter specification over the past two years.
We’ll introduce the latest research showing how and why a Software-Defined Perimeter is a key part of a secure cloud environment. We will also address why a Software-Defined Perimeter architecture allows organizations to securely provide user access to Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) resources without impeding the business user or IT productivity.”
Want to learn more? Get the Enterprise Strategy Group report on a Software-Defined Perimeter.