High security and flexibility in global IT networks – a contradiction?
Recording of the Live-Webinar from March 21, 2018 (30 min)
Most people have heard about it: the logistics company, Maersk, was a victim of the NotPetya attack in mid-2017. As a consequence, 45,000 machines needed to be set up from scratch while continuing to run daily business manually, which resulted in a loss of around 300 million dollars.
Cases like this show that, these days, globally interconnected enterprises offer a much larger attack surface to cybercriminals, partially due to the digital transformation. This raises the question of which security measures are necessary, so that companies can protect their networks effectively, and what are their advantages and disadvantages?
In this webinar, you'll find out more about:
- How highly digitized enterprises secure their global networks
- How and why global security zones are used
- How to unite the very best IT security with maximum agility