6AM workout? Hard.Network segmentationwith Illumio? Not hard.


Taking a new approach

Doing segmentation the same old way with firewalls and SDN is plain old hard. We built segmentation software that’s decoupled from your network architecture, making it much simpler and faster.

See, segment, and control access to your most critical applications with Illumio. Think of it in three simple steps.

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Start with a real-time map

Clearly see all application traffic flows from any workload in any environment in a single view.

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2

Put a label on it

Labels make it easy to group workloads, greatly simplifying your security policy.

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3

Model, test, enforce

Once we’ve mapped your apps and workloads, quickly implement your policy with confidence.

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Check out some of their stories. 



Case Study

Stowe Australia

Stowe Australia got segmentation up and running in a day, which sure beats manually programming firewall rules. 

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Case Study

Fast-Growing SaaS Company

This SaaS giant saved $10M+ in hardware costs by protecting thousands of workloads with our software.

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Financial cyberattacks in numbers

Attacks against the financial sector increased 238% globally from the beginning of February 2020 to the end of April, with some 80% of financial institutions reporting an increase in cyberattacks.

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