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How Security in Tech is Being Reinforced

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Cybersecurity Imperatives: Reinvent Your Network Security

December 9, 2013 No Comments

Not All Network Security Solutions are Created Equal

The application landscape is now far more complex than it was when the first firewalls were designed. Instead of a clear 1:1 relationship between an application and its communication channel, now hundreds of applications often share the same network channel. Some applications even have the ability to switch channels or leverage other evasive techniques as a means to bypass an organization’s cyberdefenses. And instead of all applications being either “good” or “bad,” many now vary depending on how they are being used in any given instance.

Download this white paper and learn how your organization can pursue the deployment of the innovative technologies and applications you need to thrive and protect your assets against all types of cyberthreats.

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