Traffic Visibility Fabric

With millions of traffic flows, thousands of events and hundreds of changes occurring within the infrastructure on a daily basis, visibility needs to be pervasive, it needs to intelligent, and it needs to be dynamic. It needs to be able to understand the criticality and priority of traffic and recognize when specific traffic is significant to more than just one management system. It needs to be able to see across the boundary of physical and virtual and into the cloud providing the clarity needed to secure, maintain and support both physical and virtualized services and applications. How is this achieved?

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SANS 20: The CISO Check List

Over the years, many security standards and requirements frameworks have been developed in attempts to address risks to enterprise systems and the critical data in them. However, most of these efforts have essentially become exercises in reporting on compliance and have actually diverted security program resources from the constantly evolving attacks that must be addressed. In 2008, this was recognized as a serious problem by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA), and they began an effort that took an "offense must inform defense" approach to prioritizing a list of the controls that would have the greatest impact in improving risk posture against real-world threats. A consortium of U.S. and international agencies quickly grew, and was joined by experts from private industry and around the globe. Ultimately, recommendations for what became the Critical Security Controls (the Controls) were coordinated through the SANS Institute. In 2013, the stewardship and sustainment of the Controls was transferred to the Council on CyberSecurity (the Council), an independent, global non-profit entity committed to a secure and open Internet. Learn More

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