Executive Summary: Network Segmentation

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Radically Simple Segmentation in a Click

Networks were designed for connectivity, not security. This inherent flaw means that users and machines have excessive network permissions: Once an attacker breaches into one machine, it’s easy for them to move laterally and compromise the entire network.

Microsegmentation applies a firewall “bubble” around each asset in the network. If one asset is compromised, the attacker is blocked and cannot move laterally. However, legacy solutions require installing agents and manually configuring firewall rules for each asset – a process that takes months to deploy and years to scale, and often breaks the network.

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