nw-security Network Security Don't let the coming cyber invasion take your business towards a lower position


Network segmentation is providing a critical network security defense against increasingly sophisticated cyber-threats.
Software-defined segmentation puts network traffic into different classifications and makes enforcing security policies easier. Ideally, the classifications are based on endpoint identity, not mere IP addresses.

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Reduce risk

By splits the network into zones that contain data with similar compliance requirements, you reduce the scope of compliance and simplify security policies

Lower operating expenses

Forrester Consulting conducted an analysis of customers using TrustSec software-defined segmentation in production networks. The conclusion: TrustSec reduced operational costs by 80% and enabled policy changes 98% faster.

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Streamline compliance

Monitoring access to regulated applications using simple group-based policies. Decrease the scope of compliance with regulations such as PCI, HIPAA, and DFARS.

Reducing the scope of compliance

Many regulations exist, such as Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Payment Card Industry (PCI), requiring the protection of patient and cardholder data from unauthorized access. Using network segmentation to reduce the scope of compliance to the segment of a network where the particular application data resides helps organizations reduce resources, costs and time needed for the audit process.

Limit data exfiltration

Many high-profile enterprise breaches today involve a failure in strictly controlling access to critical data and intellectual property. Using network segmentation, application servers and data can be designated in different segments based on their risk factors and security classifications, with access to them tightly controlled. This not only limits user access to sensitive corporate data but if a breach does occur, exfiltration is restricted to a particular segment.

Reduce the attack surface for legacy or vulnerable systems

Many organizations find themselves with legacy systems performing crucial business functions, but by their nature, uptime or for operational reasons, these systems cannot be patched or taken down for maintenance. Examples include legacy manufacturing servers that run outdated operating systems, or Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) networks that may be impractical to upgrade. Network segmentation can limit the exposure of these vulnerable systems and reduce the attack surface by limiting it to only specific groups of users.


You can assign access rights based on role, location, and more so that the right level of access is given to the right people and suspicious devices are contained and remediated.

  • improves security by making it far more difficult for a network intruder to reach high value data assets such as credit card information or health records.
  • Segmentation helps to prevent unauthorized access to sensitive information and minimizes breach impact.
  • Segmentation can even improve performance by reducing local traffic and is becoming more powerful with the evolution of Software Defined Networking (SDN).
  • Zero trust boundaries can protect critical data, resources or intellectual property.

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