Network Security Stripped: From layered technologies to the bare essentials

Expo Theatre (Hall G) October 21, 2008 - Feedback     

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Jennifer Jabbusch

2009 will be a big year for network security, with the rejuvenation of NAC technologies, endpoint security and the new 802.1X-REV. In addition to the more complex security systems, organizations will be leveraging features already integrated in their current infrastructure devices, such as DHCP snooping, dynamic ARP protection, port filtering and dynamic IP lockdown. We’ll also see how organizations are bringing WAN technologies to the LAN, leveraging firewalls, intrusion detection and NBAD (network behavior anomaly detection) on the inside of the network for protection against 0-day attacks.

Find out how these technologies can help you secure your network with little or no additional investment; and understand when a more robust solution is needed. Learn more about current (and future) network security technologies, best practices and which solutions can help secure your wired, wireless and converged networks.