Until recently, I had only thought of visibility as a monolithic and all-encompassing function – a “catch all” that various teams dive into when they need a clear view of what is occurring in their network. However, I’ve learned that different teams need different views into how their systems communicate across the entire enterprise. As teams grapple with the concept of what is in the environment, and what needs to be secured, “visibility” is the word everyone comes back to.
We attended Juniper’s AI in Action event in Las Vegas recently. Here are some post event thoughts from Allyn Crowe, Senior Security Engineer.
There are three technologies that can help prevent ransomware: Cloud access security broker (CASB), secure web gateway (SWG), and data loss prevention (DLP). These components have converged into a single solution for what has now been coined the secure access service edge (SASE) architecture.
Nexum at Central Ohio ISSA InfoSec Summit Written by: Scott Hammond, Senior Security Engineer Connect with us on LinkedIn Recently several members of Team Nexum attended the 15th annual Central Ohio ISSA InfoSec Summit in rainy Columbus, Ohio. As a well-respected event for security-minded professionals to gather and discuss today’s critical security challenges, it was […]
Palo Alto Networks BPA+ ReviewPartner Update Written by: Scott Hammond, Senior Security Engineer Connect with Scott on LinkedIn Not long ago, our partner, Palo Alto Networks (PAN), announced its Best Practice Assessment Plus (BPA+) offering. This gives us the perfect opportunity to talk about it as well as their Security Lifecycle Review (SLR) tool. These […]
CHICAGO, IL, March 21, 2022 – Nexum, Inc., a leader in networking and cybersecurity solutions, announced today that vArmour has joined its growing list of exceptional technology partners.
CHICAGO, IL, February 24, 2022 — Nexum, Inc., a leader in networking and cybersecurity solutions, announced today that AppOmni, a top provider of SaaS Security, has joined its growing list of exceptional technology partners.
One of the primary things Information Technology (IT) and security teams continue to contend with are alerts. Every system has the capability to generate an alert. Is it some sort of security alert? Some sort of uptime alert? Perhaps an alert indicating that too many alerts have been generated in too short a time? Either way, the volume of alerts likely involves headaches for everyone.
Nexum, Inc.’s technology partner Juniper recently announced it was adding support for the SSR (Session Smart Routing) product line to its Mist portal. But beyond including another part of the Juniper family in the portal, why is this a big deal? And how does this help clients who may just be getting started with their Mist journey? How does this help clients run their network more easily in the long run?
Over the past few years, it goes without saying that the world has experienced a great deal of ups and downs. Companies have had to adapt to remote work environments, hybrid work environments and everything in between. Through it all, one thing has proven its importance – the need to provide an excellent user experience no matter where the workforce is located.