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The Forgotten Need for Network Observability in the Rush to Migrate to the Cloud

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As enterprises embrace a multi-cloud strategy, the top use case is apps siloed on different clouds which increased to 57%, up from 44% last year. So, when it comes to cloud security, it makes sense for enterprises to focus on app security right away. The post The Forgotten Need for ... Read More
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“You Can’t Protect What You Can’t See” Still Rings True. Why Observability Now.

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Remember the old saying: “You can’t protect what you can’t see”? When I started preaching about it as part of the marketing launch for Real-time Network Awareness (RNA) it seemed pretty obvious that we needed more visibility in order to protect our environments more effectively. But in the intervening years, ... Read More
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“You Can’t Protect What You Can’t See” Still Rings True. Why Observability Now.

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Remember the old saying: “You can’t protect what you can’t see”? When I started preaching about it as part of the marketing launch for Real-time Network Awareness (RNA) it seemed pretty obvious that we needed more visibility in order to protect our environments more effectively. But in the intervening years, ... Read More

How to Close the Visibility Gaps Across Your Multi-Cloud Environment

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Nearly 90% of organizations have a multi-cloud environment today. However, those environments create operational challenges for teams that are responsible for ensuring availability and maintaining compliance with policies. Too often operations teams lack the oversight they need in real-time to make sure that asset and workload activity across multi-clouds is ... Read More

The Need for East-West Observability to Protect Against Compromised IAM

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In his new blog, Martin Roesch describes how leveraging an immutable source of truth you can trust – your network – provides East-West observability to get ahead of attackers when your IAM has been subverted and user accounts taken over The post The Need for East-West Observability to Protect Against ... Read More

Don’t Misdefine Network Security in 2024: Include On-Prem and Cloud

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Cloud networks contain valuable security information, but without a way to gather and analyze that data, you are missing out on a comprehensive view of what’s happening and what should never occur. The post Don’t Misdefine Network Security in 2024: Include On-Prem and Cloud appeared first on Netography ... Read More

Why It’s Time to Evolve from Threat-centric to Compromise-centric Security

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In his new blog, Martin Roesch explains why we all need to change our focus when we think about detections, and evolve from threat-centric to compromise-centric approaches. The post Why It’s Time to Evolve from Threat-centric to Compromise-centric Security appeared first on Netography ... Read More

The One-Two Punch of Frictionless Network Defense

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This blog by Martin Roesch explains how Netography’s new approach of a frictionless network defense strategy was built on the concepts of frictionless deployment with no appliances, sensors, or agents, and our ecosystem of third-party integrations to make the most of current security tools. The post The One-Two Punch of ... Read More

Managing the Chaos with Context

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Event sources continue to grow, creating alert fatigue from all the noise that security teams have to analyze to determine if there is a compromise, and context is needed to manage this chaos. The post Managing the Chaos with Context appeared first on Netography ... Read More

Useful, Challenging, Ineffectual: Three Ways to Look at DPI

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Martin Roesch explains the situations where DPI is still useful, where it is costly, and where it is ineffective, and how Netography Fusion works as a 100% SaaS platform with DPI to achieve more effective outcomes with a lower cost to the budget. The post Useful, Challenging, Ineffectual: Three Ways ... Read More
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