Criminals don’t wear orange jumpsuits in public (Zscaler)

  • Tuesday, March 1, 2016 | 4:50 PM – 5:20 PM | North | Room: Expo Briefing Center

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Nabbing criminals would be easy if they wore orange jumpsuits in public...but they don’t. Stopping malware is no different. Despite this fact, the majority of enterprises rely on security controls that have one shot at accurately separating good traffic from bad. This approach not only creates a significant point of failure, but the average enterprise has massive blind spots due to their network architecture, corporate policies and misplaced trust.

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