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Network Segmentation

by Andrew Lerner  |  November 9, 2017

One thing that comes up all the time with clients is how to segment their network(s).  There’s no simple answer to this, and we often see organizations over- and under-segmenting their...

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Do you have a ticking time-bomb in your Network?

by Andrew Lerner  |  May 19, 2017

This is a guest blog from Mark Fabbi Since February 2017, a growing number of network and security vendors have published field notices or confirmed that some product lines have...

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What Keeps Network Folks Up at Night?

by Andrew Lerner  |  May 26, 2016

Prior to Gartner,  I was responsible for enterprise networks and what I worried about primarily was uptime.  However, the industry has changed quite a bit over the past few years so...

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Making Sense Out of Chaos: Network Security Policy Management

by Adam Hils  |  December 23, 2015

If you're a network security operations leader (as many of our clients are}, chances are you're afflicted with some of the following security policy-related issues: "I can't tell if my firewall...

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Network Security Worst Practices (Part 2, Friday the 13th Edition)

by Andrew Lerner  |  November 13, 2015

What better time to talk about worst practices than Friday the 13th? Back in January, we published research (and a blog) on the 12 network security worst practices. These “dirty...

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Network Security “Worst Practices”

by Andrew Lerner  |  January 15, 2015

Network security comes up in a lot of my client interactions, as there is a ton of overlap between networking technology (data center, wan, campus networks) and network security (firewalls,...

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Hello (Again)

by Adam Hils  |  January 14, 2014

"Right now I'm having amnesia and deja vu at the same time." -- Steven Wright   Hello, all. Back for my second stint as a Gartner network security analyst and...

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