Tag: network segmentation


Improving Network Security Through Segmentation

September 9, 2022

Via: Network Computing

Good network segmentation is a highly recommended network security practice that requires a firewall policy known as an allow-list or whitelist. How should you go about implementing it? What is Network Segmentation? Network segmentation divides the network into security zones […]

Monitoring&Analysis, Security, Software

Securing Applications and Infrastructure Beyond the Data Center

November 2, 2020

Via: Cisco Blog

Network security was much easier when we were dealing with standalone servers hosting a single application and connecting to a dedicated port. As we all know, that’s no longer the case. Applications and infrastructure have become highly dynamic and distributed. […]

Monitoring&Analysis, Security

Cisco User Defined Network: Defining the Boundaries of Your Network

September 1, 2020

Via: Cisco Blog

Networks are the roadways that connect and allow communication to occur between our devices. We take several aspects of our home network for granted. On our home networks, we can have smartphones, personal computers, smart TVs, smart internet-connected video playback […]

Monitoring&Analysis, Security

Top 5 Recommendations from Cisco Incident Response Engagements

April 30, 2018

Via: Cisco Blog

Lately, there are days I wake up and find it hard to believe it’s been 3 years since we began our Incident Response (IR) practice within Cisco’s walls. Coming in on the ground floor of such a monumental and important […]


Cybersecurity for Defense: Network Segmentation

May 12, 2016

Via: Cisco Blog

Classifying and compartmentalizing information has been around within the Department of Defense before it was even called the Department of Defense. However, as DOD information that was once secured in vaults and safes has become digital data, many new regulations […]