Palo Alto Networks: Zero trust – revolutionising network and security ar...

Date: 27-Feb-18 to 27-Feb-18
Location: The Hospital Club / London / United Kingdom
Category: IT Technology Conferences & Trade Fairs


Join  VMware  and  Palo
Alto Networks  on 27th February 2018 for a half day workshop (8:45am-12:30pm) at the Hospital Club in London to learn more about NSX and
Security.
Overview:
The
latest in a series of workshops that have proven very successful, you’ll hear
first-hand how a  Zero Trust  approach to security can add a
layer of agility to modern networks impossible to achieve in existing
traditional network designs.
Technical innovations – virtual network
infrastructure, next generation firewalls and network orchestration – are
enabling organisations to adopt the principles of Zero Trust, trust no-one, and
ensure security is network agnostic and more data centric.  We’ll share
with you tools designed to demonstrate how to achieve much greater visibility
with these next generation infrastructures and allow you to prevent breaches.
Join us to learn more and how it can ensure you aren’t caught out by
legislation such as GDPR or NIS.
This workshop will focus on:
- NSX 101
Technical Overview :
This
will be an interactive, white-boarding session to introduce the capabilities of
NSX. We will cover all the NSX features and benefits including logical
switching, routing, firewalling and load balancing. We will explain how these
translate to the three most compelling use cases:  Automation, Security
& Application Continuity . We will show real examples of how other
customers have reaped the rewards and cost savings following the deployment of
NSX. With Security being the primary use case, you’ll learn about the concept
of Micro-segmentation (Zero-trust security) within the Data Centre, how we work
with our ecosystem partners and integrate with Advanced Security Services, such
as IPS or IDS to achieve better security, simplify operations and speed up
service delivery.
- Palo Alto
networks technical overview:
Many
of today’s networks started life in the 1980’s before worms, cyber crime or
data breaches existed. As business moved into the 21 st  century
with these new thre...

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