Mike Riemer, Author at Security Boulevard
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Why Next-Gen Firewalls Miss the Mark for Today’s Remote Workforce

For nearly three decades, next-gen firewalls (NGFWs) have proven to be essential perimeter-based security solutions, helping the enterprise network in the detection and blocking of malicious traffic. However, infosec pros are looking to evaluate if next-gen firewall technology is the right approach for secure remote access in today’s remote-heavy workforce, ... Read More
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Remote Access for Office 365 for the Department of Defense

Before we discuss remote access for Office 365 for the Department of Defense, it’s important to look at how remote access has shifted this last year and the security challenges surrounding remote workforces. The post Remote Access for Office 365 for the Department of Defense appeared first on Pulse Secure ... Read More
CISO Perspectives: Zero Trust, Secure Access, and What’s Next — Hearing the Zero Trust Signal through the Zero Trust Noise

CISO Perspectives: Zero Trust, Secure Access, and What’s Next — Hearing the Zero Trust Signal through the Zero Trust Noise

Cyber Security Hub’s Editor-in-Chief Seth Adler took some time to speak with Mike Riemer, Global Chief Security Architect, Pulse Secure, and Tom Mustac, Senior Director Biomedical Cybersecurity at Mount Sinai Health System, around key lessons and takeaways from the last few months of conducting operations during a global pandemic. The ... Read More