From the Winter 2021 Issue

What’s Wrong with Our Industry? Business Survival and Network Security in Times of Crisis

Author(s):

Jack Koons, Author, Lecturer

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Hard Truths Members of the cybersecurity industry need to face a few hard truths: The perimeter as we know it is rapidly dissolving. Your data must now traverse known and unknown (i.e., untrusted) infrastructure and operate on devices no longer considered “corporate”. Identity is the new perimeter – no longer constrained by static routing tables … Read more

From the Fall 2018 Issue

Zero Days and Zero Trust: Microsegmentation and Security in a World of Many

Author(s):

Jack Koons, Author, Lecturer

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In a world where the business model is racing to connect everything, security is failing to keep pace. This sets up a dynamic tension within the organization between the network/infrastructure teams and the security teams. We are placing the current crop of CIO, CISO, and CTOs in an almost untenable position, and levying unrealistic requirements … Read more