Illumio has been named a leader in The Forrester Wave™: Zero Trust eXtended Ecosystem Platform Providers, Q4 2019 report, receiving the highest overall ranking in the current offering category and the highest scores possible in the workload security, visibility and analytics, automation and orchestration, manageability and usability, APIs, vision and strategy, and advocacy criteria.
Today’s federal IT leaders are faced with a broad range of challenges for securing their applications and environments. For example, agencies in the middle of migrating legacy applications to the cloud and/or deploying new cloud-native applications, as part of efforts to modernize government services, are under pressure to keep up with FISMA, DHS, NIST, and OMB guidelines.
Micro-segmentation reduces your attack surface and prevents the spread of breaches inside your data center and cloud environments.
Segmentation has been around as long as we’ve been connecting networks, beginning from the earliest TCP/IP protocols designed to reliably deliver packets. But networks are about connecting things with utility-like reliability – whereas segmentation is about reliably isolating things.
Enterprises struggling with increasingly complex infrastructure are turning to Zero Trust as a common security model for controlling and ensuring consistent security across environments. This paper lays out how the Illumio Adaptive Security Platform® (ASP) maps to a Zero Trust framework.
Learn more on how Illumio can segment your data center better than firewalls.
This design guide is aimed at users who are evaluating the Illumio Adaptive Security Platform® (ASP) and those who are planning or starting to execute their Illumio strategy.
Illumio has developed adaptive micro-segmentation technology that stops the spread of cyber threats inside any data center and cloud.
Many organizations are adopting Zero Trust security to reduce attack surfaces and mitigate exposure from different types.
As a pillar to cloud success, security remains a major concern for agencies. The public sector is working tirelessly to discover and implement solutions that will help agencies handle their growing data sets while combatting evolving cyber threats.
Polarity improves decision making by allowing teams on mission to capture, recall, and share intelligence across any workflow.
Time is a very valuable yet always depleting resource. For us, the following were observed pains that inspired us to create Polarity.
Humans are good at analysis but bad at recall. Make your team smarter by giving them superhuman data awareness and recall.
DHHS has unique certification requirements for cloud analytics. All of the data requires a federally certified solution. Yet due to the nature of the DHHS mission, much of the machine data contains HIPAA protected information. Sumo Logic provides this unique level of protection.
Sumo Logic, a leading cloud platform for DevSecOps teams, applies best-in-class technologies and a rigorous security process to put the safety of its customers’ data first.