It's that time of year again so I took some time to reflect back on 2018 and what we can expect to ring true in 2019. I've boiled it down to two predictions. The first takes an introspective view into the organizations we're all ultimately tasked with protecting. The second takes an outward-facing view that acknowledges that enterprises are part of a broader business ecosystem, and with that comes upstream and downstream risk.Read more »
This article was originally published on nextgov.com.
For the first time in years, a national data regulation and privacy law could soon become a reality in the United States. Why is this happening now, and what are the right steps forward?Read more »
There's a print shop and wine bar in my neighborhood called Two Mile Wines and on the walls they hang exquisite printed metal maps of the San Francisco Bay. Silver print, brass-colored maps from the 20th century. They immediately draw you in.
The human mind likes to visualize a landscape to better understand the nature of the world. Maps give you a sense of place; only through a map can you see yourself in relation to the whole physical world.Read more »
With the sheer number of security products on the market today, AWS Marketplace, a one-stop cloud shop, makes it easy to find and acquire the solutions that are best for your needs. We are excited to announce that the Adaptive Security Platform (ASP) is now available on AWS Marketplace.Read more »
Illumio believes that the Zero Trust approach to cybersecurity is a strong one: "never trust, always verify” – trust nothing inside or outside your perimeter; verify everything trying to connect to your systems and your high-value assets. As I travel around the world meeting with customers, I hear the words "Zero Trust" more and more. After speaking with Dr. Chase Cunningham of Forrester about the "why" of Zero Trust, I personally bought in. Tactics and technologies can come and go, but a philosophy (and strategy) implies long-term guiding principles that customers can apply to product purchasing trade-offs – and to this end, Zero Trust provides long-term guidance rather than a specific product recommendation.