Blogs about security architecture

Creating Success Criteria for Service Providers

Creating Success Criteria for Service Providers

Service providers today face some interesting challenges. Regardless of their size, or which vertical or horizontal segment they see as their dominant market, they still have to meet certain criteria in order to remain competitive...
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Why It’s Time for Security to Change or Die

Why It’s Time for Security to Change or Die

Some could look back and say, what if punk never happened? What did it really do? Why did some people think punk was a university in itself? To me, punk was about unlocking people, values and ideas to do things differently and be ...
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A New Cloud Security Unicorn Will Rise From The Cybersecurity Ashes

A New Cloud Security Unicorn Will Rise From The Cybersecurity Ashes

After a boisterous 2015, 2016 looks gloomy for the cybersecurity industry as the market correction and uncertain macro economic environment set in. Last year, investors on Sand Hill Road poured $3.8 billion into security startups,...
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Introducing the Multi-Cloud Security Architecture

Introducing the Multi-Cloud Security Architecture


Today we launch the Multi-Cloud Security Architecture - and the pathway to get there. This is an industry-wide vision for multi-cloud security which will both address the security challenges emerging in a world of ‘constant breach...
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No More Security Snake Oil: Q&A with Mark Weatherford

No More Security Snake Oil: Q&A with Mark Weatherford

We are excited today to welcome Mark Weatherford as our new SVP and Chief Cybersecurity Strategist . Mark is bringing more than 20 years of security operations leadership and executive-level policy experience from the Department o...
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Security Architectures for Cloud Data Centers

Security Architectures for Cloud Data Centers



Organizations are entering the first phase of micro-segmentation architectures: the act of deploying security policies across scale-out data center networks in order to separate diverse workloads, collapse legacy physical zones, a...
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Nutanix + vArmour = Distributed Everything (No, Really - It Is)

Nutanix + vArmour = Distributed Everything (No, Really - It Is)

Walking into the conference room for our first meeting at Nutanix’s San Jose headquarters, I noticed immediately how Nutanix had lined the walls with posters of words and images of their key mantras: Distributed Everything, Scale ...
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