In an ever-changing landscape of cybersecurity threats, it is important to be able to quickly limit the spread of malware across a network. This is of particular concern to healthcare organizations, which have thousands of medical devices on their networks that serve to monitor, diagnose, and treat patients.
Cisco TrustSec Software-Defined Segmentation provides one of the most effective means of blocking the lateral spread of malware and ransomware such as WannaCry. Join us to learn how TrustSec enables healthcare providers to restrict access to critical systems and data with segmentation policies that can be managed easily and cost-effectively, and adapted as the network evolves. Whether a Day Zero Attack or one such as WannaCry which exploits known vulnerabilities on un-patched systems, TrustSec Software Defined Segmentation is an invaluable Cisco technology that can reduce and often eliminate the spread of ransomware between systems.
Ken Hook has spent over two decades in the IT industry with roles ranging from application development, program, product and solution management and technical marketing. Ken was a co-founder of Cisco's Identity Based Networking Services (IBNS), led Cisco's TrustSec solution management team for over four years, helped drive Cisco’s Open Network Environment (ONE) initiative and is now serving as a Product Manager in Cisco's Policy and Access Group focused on TrustSec.