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The Changing Communications Security Landscape Prem Iyer | VP of North America Channel Programs | 07/11/12
Gartner: 5.6 billion worldwide mobile connections in 2011, up 11% from 5 billion in 2010; reach at least 7.4 billion by 2015 Mobile Revolution Requires Baked In Security Approach Increased Sharing of Info – Coalition Forces & Intra-Federal (IC & DOD) June 15: DoD formal device strategy, broader adoption of commercial devices, enterprise-wide approach to apps. McAfee: After many years, recent mobile malware explosion, jumped 1,200% in Q1 2012, largely around Android platform attacks. Image: U.S. Army Explosion of Devices and Apps, and New Threats © 2012 RedSeal Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. 2
Continuous Monitoring Need: $202 million to expand government-wide adoption of processes and solutions in 2013 alone, including DoD. Why?: Increased complexity and constant change in network security infrastructure itself, as well as attacks, new devices, use of cloud. –Perimeters Disappeared – Protect Subnets –Adapt to Change – Agile –Network Visibility is Crucial – DoD federated mobile device strategy: Cites continuous monitoring specifically as key aspect of secure deployment and management. Image: Fedramp Security: Visibility, Monitoring and Awareness © 2012 RedSeal Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. 3
New domain battlefield map Align Protection with Risk Full-time situational awareness Ability to Identify Threat Vector Maintain control via monitoring Understand exposed vulnerabilities Streamline info sharing Report metrics centrally Image: Liverpool War Museum Visibility is Key to Risk Mitigation © 2012 RedSeal Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. 4
Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 1 The following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended.
DOD IT MODERNIZATION ENABLING AGILE, SECURE, EFFICIENT, AND EFFECTIVE DOD IT For more information go to dodcio.defense.gov/ITModernization (*website not.
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Blue Coat Confidential Web and Mobile Application Controls Timothy Chiu Director of Product Marketing, Security July 2012.
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Mobile Security Solution Solution Overview Check Point Mobile Threat Prevention is an innovative approach to mobile security that detects and stops advanced.
Managing Risk and Enabling Business Transformation Glen Gooding– Director, Institute for Advanced Security Asia Pacific August 2012.
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Strong Security for Your Weak Link: Implementing People-Centric Security Jennifer Cheng, Director of Product Marketing.
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Is technology ubiquity a chance to re-connect security? Greg Day Director of Security Strategy.
Latest Strategies for IT Security Margaret Myers Principal Director, Deputy CIO United States Department of Defense North American Day 2006.
SCRUB: Secure Computing Research for Users’ Benefit David Wagner 1.
A Comprehensive Guide to Mobile Targeted Attacks (and What Can You Do About It) Ohad Bobrov, CTO twitter.com/LacoonSecurity.
Mobilize employees, field workers, and business partners with layered security infrastructure for mobile apps, Fiori apps, content, and devices Andreas.
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Current impacts of cloud migration on broadband network operations and businesses David Sterling Partner, i 3 m 3 Solutions.
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Device Evolution Greg Pelton Chief Technology Officer Avaya Government Solutions.
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OnlineOn Premises Hybrid Cloud on your terms Messaging Voice & Video Content Management Enterprise Social Reporting & Analytics Best experience across.
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Protecting High-Value Applications: A New Approach John Westerman.
Didzis Balodis, CISSP, Head of IT Security and Infrastructure at SQUALIO Using the Cloud - practical security implications.
Securing Emerging Mobile Technology JOHN G. LEVINE PH.D. D/CHIEF ARCHITECTURE GROUP 13 SEP
Understanding the benefits and the risks. Presented by Corey Nachreiner, CISSP BYOD - Bring Your Own Device or Bring Your Own Danger?
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