Lessons in Cybersecurity

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5 Network Security Predictions for 2020

December 3rd, 2019

Tune into the Couch Talk with Prof. Avishai Wool, AlgoSec CTO and co-founder to hear what he thinks is in store for the upcoming year and find out his 2020 predictions . In a conversation with Yitzy Tannenbaum, AlgoSec Product Marketing Manager, he'll give you the five main insights to look out for in the upcoming year.

Microsegmentation: Ongoing Maintenance

August 7th, 2019

Watch this Prof. Wool video to learn about the ongoing maintenance of your data center upon completion of a microsegmentation project.

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Microsegmentation – Mapping Existing Applications

August 7th, 2019

Watch Prof. Wool as he shares tips on how to prepare for network segmentation by identifying the segment borders.

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Microsegmentation: Generating a Filtering Policy

August 6th, 2019

In this video, Prof. Wool demonstrates how to generate a filtering policy during a microsegmentation project.tion project.

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Microsegmentation: Defining Logical Segments

August 6th, 2019

In this video, Prof. Wool demonstrates how to generate a filtering policy during a microsegmentation project.

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Introduction to Microsegmentation

August 6th, 2019

In this video, Prof. Wool introduces microsegmentation: reasons for segmenting the data center, challenges, required steps when deploying a microsegmentation strategy, and how to future-proof your policies

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Network Segmentation: How to define and organize the filtering policy in a segmented network- the zoning matrix

August 6th, 2019

In this lesson, Professor Wool recommends a simple matrix to define network segments and security zones, and the traffic allowed to and from each zone. This matrix can then be used to immediately assess a firewall change requests as well as validate that existing security policies have been implemented correctly.

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Firewall Management 201: Common firewall misconfiguration- controlling outbound traffic

July 17th, 2019

In this lesson, Professor Wool presents a simple yet highly effective strategy to help you future proof your network segmentation policy against future changes. Using the concept of a diamond, Professor Wool shows how you can define very specific rules at each endpoint of the diamond and broader policies in the middle. This will significantly reduce the time and effort needed to work on change requests—without compromising on security in any way.

Network Segmentation: Future-proofing Firewall Policies in a Segmented Network

July 17th, 2019

In this lesson, Professor Wool discusses his research on different firewall misconfigurations and provides tips for preventing the most common risks.

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Network Segmentation: Best Practices for Designing Network Security Zones and Firewall Placement

July 16th, 2019

In this lesson, Professor Wool examines common missteps when organizations create security zones and best practices to consider for an improved defense.

Want to find out when the next podcast is out or listen to episodes you may have missed? Visit our website at www.algosec.com/podcasts where you can subscribe to future podcasts. To learn more about security policy management or get a demo of AlgoSec