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Illumio enables organizations to realize a future without high-profile breaches by preventing the lateral movement of attackers across any organization. Founded on the principle of least privilege in 2013, Illumio provides visibility and segmentation for endpoints, data centers or clouds. The world’s leading organizations, including Morgan Stanley, BNP Paribas, Salesforce, and Oracle NetSuite, trust Illumio to reduce cyber risk. For more information, visit https://www.illumio.com/what-we-do and engage us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Applications sit at the heart of any modern enterprise. They drive the creation of innovative customer experiences and support employee productivity. But as inter-app traffic has increased and environments have become more distributed, visibility, control and security have faltered. This is the new reality that segmentation-based Zero Trust approaches were made for. Yet not all segmentation is created equal.
This 90-minute workshop is all about experiencing micro-segmentation that’s faster, simpler, and more reliable than the way of firewalls and traditional approaches.
The growing threat of ransomware has put organizations at high risk and on high alert. But according to Gartner research, more than 90 percent of damage from ransomware attacks is preventable.
Reducing Ransomware Through Micro-Segmentation
Yesterday, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) issued a joint cybersecurity advisory surrounding the ongoing wave of Conti ransomware attacks — a ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) model variant known to have been behind more than 400 attacks on U.S. and international organizations since its inception in 2020.
Application owners are used to a distant relationship with their security and network teams. The network is supposed to “just work” and firewalls are a pain to be endured infrequently. After all, the infrastructure doesn’t feel “close” to the average application owner. But when the security and infrastructure teams announce that they want to move the enforcement boundary onto the operating system or to ring-fence the application, suddenly abstract concepts take on a new reality.
Achieving web-scale security compliance – without hardware firewalls