Game Time: Test Your Network Access Control Skills

May 27, 2016 |
Try the AppGate game, and see how a 'segment of one' can simplify and strengthen your network

Network Access Control can be challenging. Users need access to IT resources. Connecting them is easy, but connecting them securely is not. Today, most organizations use traditional network security tools, but these tools give users too much access and do little to decrease the attack surface.

For network security professionals, determining who should have access to what and applying those rules can be a challenge. These professionals need to understand not just if that user is credentialed but also why they need access. For example:

  1. Why does a sales rep need network access to the database?
  2. Why does a contractor need network access to the employee news portal?

Game Time

Think you are in control of your network access? Are you in control while reducing risk, providing users only what they need and increasing business productivity?

Try the AppGate game and see how a ‘segment of one’ can simplify and strengthen your network.

Try the AppGate game, and see how a 'segment of one' can simplify and strengthen your network

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Philip Marshall

As Cryptzone’s Director of Product Marketing, Phil Marshall brings over 14 years of experience in both product and services marketing as well as 10 + years experience in the high-tech publishing space with publications including Dr. Dobb’s Journal and Byte magazine. Prior to joining Cryptzone, Phil worked at security firms Rapid7, Positive Technologies and RSA. He also was a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Black Duck, the leading open source governance and management firm.

A speaker at recent (ISC)2 conferences and ISACA, he’s participated in numerous webinars, in panel discussions and presented on topics including Identity Security, Application Security and Open Source Governance and Management.

Marshall earned a BA at Bates College and an MBA, cum laude, at the F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College.

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