Micro-Segmentation: Lowering the Cost and Risk of Network Security

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On the 12th – 13th September, Gartner’s Security and Risk Summit 2016 will be held at the InterContinental London at The O2. The event will look at proven practices and the strategies that organisations need to maintain cost-effective security to support digital business, build the trust and resilience required in today’s business environment and deploy new security models.

Unisys is a platinum sponsor at the event so please come and see us on the show floor. We’ll be showing the latest developments from our security portfolio and will be happy to discuss micro-segmentation for network and asset security, how to develop Communities of Interest, create software-defined deployments and build data analytics to secure the future.

In addition, on Tuesday, 13th September (11:30 – 12:00, Arora room 4), Unisys’ Industry Director for Global Security Solutions, Jack Koons, will address the security challenges faced by businesses and how using micro-segmentation can lower costs and risks for your organisation.

Jack is a 25-year Cyberspace Operations / Cyber Warfare Officer whose globally-spanning operational assignments include service within the Intelligence, Special Operations and Cyber communities. Jack is also a founding member of the emergent Department of Defense cyberspace effort.

If you’re unable to attend the Gartner event please come and see us at IP Expo on 5-6 October.

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Nick joined Unisys in 2011 with great experience of running PR functions for companies in the technology sector, including Philips, NXP, Cisco, Dell and EMC. Read all Posts





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