This resource is no longer available
Eliminating Security Trade-Offs with Cross-Platform Server Isolation
CISOs and CIOs of large enterprises face a continuous battle to provide robust data security without hindering the strategic objectives of the enterprise. The demise of the "moat-and-castle" approach to security, and the continued disintermediation of the traditional network perimeter have applied additional pressure on IT organizations seeking to protect servers, endpoints and business-critical data within the corporate network.
This paper will examine the challenges of using network firewalls and VLANs for security within the corporate network and introduce the many advantages of cross-platform server isolation as an alternative in protecting servers, endpoints and business-critical data within large enterprises.
Vice President of Marketing,
Ryan Malone serves as the vice president of marketing at Apani, where he is responsible for the company’s global marketing strategy. He is a 15-year industry veteran and has held marketing leadership positions at Seagate Technology, Certance LLC (now Quantum) and Zetera.
- 18 Feb 2008
- 01 Feb 2008
- 11 Page(s)
- White Paper