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Best practices for network security management

Gidi Cohen, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Skybox Security | Feb. 3, 2014
With visibility on both the network and device level, tremendous amounts of data are translated into intelligence that deciphers complicated network security transactions into manageable, actionable information.

Implementing these four best practices for network security management can reduce risk across the network. With visibility on both the network and device level, tremendous amounts of data are translated into intelligence that deciphers complicated network security transactions into manageable, actionable information. With this insight, attack simulation can then prioritize vulnerabilities and eliminate the attack vectors that are most critical to the organization, protecting business services and data. Finally, change management can automate and optimize security processes to improve security and reduce the security management workload.   

 

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