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Edgewise CTO & Founder to Present at RSA Conference 2019

— January 28, 2019

Interactive panel session to explore the future of network security.

Edgewise, the first zero trust platform that stops data breaches in the cloud and data center, will be presenting at RSA Conference 2019 on a panel with network security pioneers Marcus Ranum, Jennifer Minella, and Adam Shostack.
 

Edgewise’s Harry Sverdlove, CTO and Founder, will moderate the expert panel on the topic:

2028 Future State: Long Live the Firewall?

When: Tuesday, Mar 05 | 01:00 P.M. - 01:50 P.M.

What: The threat landscape has changed since the invention of the firewall 30 years ago, but not because threat actors or their motivations have changed; our networks and how we need to protect them have changed. Not only do we need to start developing tools that adapt to the threats of today, but we need to threat model in a more sophisticated way and ask more questions about what can go wrong.

More details about the session can be found on the RSA Conference site at https://www.rsaconference.com/events/us19/agenda/sessions/14316-2028-Future-State-Long-Live-the-Firewall

Additionally Sverdlove and Peter Smith, Edgewise CEO and Founder, will be available throughout the week for discussions and private demonstrations. To schedule a meeting, demo, or briefing, please email rsa@edgewise.net or stop by booth #3332 in the South Expo Hall.

About Edgewise: Organizations' cloud, on-premises data center, and container networks are overly permissive and can't distinguish trusted from untrusted applications. Attackers abuse this condition to move laterally through networks, bypassing address-based controls to spread malware. Edgewise abstracts security policies away from traditional network controls that rely on IP addresses, ports, and protocols and instead ties controls directly to the identity of applications and their communication paths.

Edgewise allows organizations to visualize the network attack surface and segment workloads based on software identity and how it's communicating. Edgewise microsegmentation makes network security simpler and stronger.

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