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Dell® SonicWALL® provides intelligent network security and data protection solutions that enable customers and partners to dynamically secure, control, and scale their global networks. Using input from millions of shared touch points in the SonicWALL Global Response Intelligent Defense (GRID) Network, the SonicWALL Threat Center provides continuous communication, feedback, and analysis on the nature and changing behavior of threats. SonicWALL Research Labs continuously processes this information, proactively delivering countermeasures and dynamic updates that defeat the latest threats. Patented Reassembly-Free Deep Packet Inspection® technology, combined with multi-core parallel architecture, enables simultaneous multi-threat scanning and analysis at wire speed and provides the technical framework that allows the entire solution to scale for deployment in high bandwidth networks. Dell SonicWALL network security and data protection solutions, available for the SMB through the Enterprise, are deployed in large campus environments, distributed enterprise settings, government, retail point-of-sale and healthcare segments, as well as through service providers.
Dell SonicWALL has been hailed by industry publications such as Network World, InfoWorld, PC Magazine, and SC Magazine for easy to use, high quality, and high performance appliances and services. Gartner named SonicWALL in the Visionaries Quadrant in the SSL VPN Magic Quadrant 2011, and most recently named SonicWALL in the Leaders Quadrant in their 2012 Unified Threat Management Magic Quadrant. In the NSS Labs 2012 Next-Generation Firewall Security Value Map™, the Dell SonicWALL SuperMassive E10800 running SonicOS earned recognition as the Highest Overall Protection Next-Generation Firewall Recommended by NSS Labs. This proven SonicOS architecture is at the core of every Dell SonicWALL firewall.
Dell SonicWALL offers a comprehensive lineup of industry-leading network security and data protection solutions, including firewall, secure remote access/ SSL VPN, anti-spam/email security, and continuous backup and recovery, plus centralized management and reporting, and 24x7 technical support.
Originally founded in 1991, SonicWALL was acquired by Dell in 2012.
The cyber threat landscape has become very complex, with state-of-the-art intrusion, ransomware, and cryptocurrency mining tools now readily available through online stores and service providers, and an expanding attack surface due to increased cloud computing and remote working. Keeping data secure while ensuring its availability to legitimate users has become extremely challenging. Join experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and One Identity as they discuss the evolution of the cyber threat landscape and consider how correlating visibility, security, and control to an identity and its associated processes and accounts can significantly mitigate against modern cyber threats.
The cybersecurity threat landscape continues to evolve and pose new challenges to CISOs and security managers. But as Paul Fisher, Lead Analyst at KuppingerCole will explain, it isn’t just about responding to threats, but also managing identity access and cloud infrastructures in new ways. Alan Radford, Global Identity and Access Management Strategist at One Identity will explain how to achieve a consistent view across users, machine identities, and accounts to help organizations move to a unified state. He will also highlight the importance of managing privileged users, and provide an overview of Unified Identity Management Platform that integrates Access Management, PAM, and IGA solutions.
Privileged Access Management (PAM) solutions are critical cybersecurity and risk management tools for just about every business to address the security risks associated with privileged users and privileged access, but not everyone can afford expensive on-prem deployments.
Attend this session to learn how One Identity’s cloud-first solutions portfolio enables organizations to let business needs, not IT capabilities; drive how they implement their Identity Governance and Administration strategy. There is no single right way to do cloud-based Identity and Access Management services. Not only is every organization at a different place in their journey, and each will prioritize cloud benefits differently. So, no matter where you are on your cloud journey, modular and integrated solutions can strengthen your identity security, help you achieve governance and a Zero Trust model, and get compliant. Join this session, led by One Identity Field Strategist Rob Byrne. He’s worked with clients from many different industries with a wide array of Identity Security challenges and helped them successfully implement a secure and efficient IGA program.
Privilege Access Management (PAM) sollte ein Schlüsselelement in Ihrer Sicherheitsstrategie sein. Daher müssen Sie sicherstellen, dass sich die von Ihnen gewählte Lösung leicht in Ihre Geschäftsprozesse und -vorgänge integrieren lässt. Erstens muss die Lösung schnell in Ihrer Umgebung implementiert werden können und möglichst wenig Reibung im täglichen Geschäftsbetrieb verursachen. Darüber hinaus muss sie sich nahtlos in andere Geschäftsvorgänge wie IGA, DevOps, Robotische Prozessautomatisierung und Active Directory integrieren, um Just-in-Time-Privilegien zu bieten, die Zero Trust ermöglichen. Außerdem muss die Verhaltensanalyse genutzt werden, um Risiken in Echtzeit zu beheben. Bevor Sie weitere Schritte mit Ihrem aktuellen PAM-Projekt unternehmen, nehmen Sie an dieser Sitzung teil, um zu sehen, wie das PAM-Portfolio der nächsten Generation von One Identity den Schutz, die Sichtbarkeit und den Umfang bietet, den Sie benötigen, um die schnellste Wertschöpfung und die niedrigsten Gesamtbetriebskosten zu erzielen.
For these organizations, an adaptable Active Directory-centered (AD) approach can address the areas of highest impact. By adding cloud-based access request and access certification functionality to the mix, a company can achieve a basic IGA solution for a fraction of the cost, complexity, and deployment time. This approach also provides the opportunity to expand the scope beyond AD and Azure AD by embracing many non-Windows systems (such as Unix/Linux) and SaaS applications (via SCIM connectivity). Learn how to build a strategy for a modular approach to identity that can be custom fit to company needs, size, complexity, and budget.
This webinar will equip you to:
In the first part, KuppingerCole Principal Analyst Martin Kuppinger will give a brief overview of identity in general as well as of IAM, IGA and PAM strategies, and will look at what every business, regardless of size and industry, needs in IAM.
He will be joined by One Identity Field Strategist Dan Conrad, who will explain how to prioritize IGA capabilities for maximum impact and show why you should opt for a modular approach with AD-optimized tools.
Identity Governance and Administration (IGA) is continuing to evolve through more integrated Identity and Access Governance solutions. IGA products are often required to give deep integrations with other enterprise products and applications to deliver the expected business value, as well as a need for having one interface for IGA across the range of applications and services.
The best way to ensure the success of your company’s IAM program is to follow in the footsteps of organizations whose programs have proven successful, learn from their leading IAM experts and avoid common mistakes.
KuppingerCole has compiled a list of recommendations and best practices based on a series of interviews with enterprise security architects, IAM leads, CISOs and other executives from a number of large enterprise organizations in different industries across the globe.
Implementing Identity and Access Management universally across multiple IT infrastructures and software platforms is a major challenge for any organization. To do their daily job successfully, users today expect to get access to information they need from anywhere at any time, regardless of the target system or application. IT departments are struggling to make this access frictionless for users yet maintain compliance with corporate and government-imposed security and privacy regulations. This task is even more complicated if business-critical platforms like SAP are involved – not only SAP has its own security and access governance requirements, it is usually managed by a completely separate team from the one responsible for enterprise-wide IAM program.
Privilege Management, the management of accounts with elevated privileges and, in particular, shared accounts, is changing drastically. Providing shared account password management, a privileged Single Sign-On, or restrictions for elevated privileges is no longer sufficient.
Privilege Management is getting broader, both horizontally and vertically. Horizontally by covering not only the administration of passwords and the login, but by a full support for managing privileged sessions at runtime. Vertically by not only focusing on few highly privileged users, but all types of privileged users, well beyond the IT administrators.