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Everything is Not Awesome: How to Overcome Barriers to Proper Network Segmentation - Jason Beatty (Circle City Con 2017 Videos) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Everything is Not Awesome: How to Overcome Barriers to Proper Network Segmentation
Jason Beatty

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Circle City Con 2017

Attacks are more and more likely to come from internal network sources, possibly being allowed in by unwitting accomplices. While it's commonplace to have a web server DMZ and possibly a guest wireless network, few organizations take any steps to further segment their networks that might help prevent or detect lateral movement by an attacker. If the current common approach is that internal attack surface management is just as important as external hardening, then why aren't more defenders doing anything about it? In this talk, we'll look at common pitfalls that mire down internal segmentation efforts and ways to overcome them.

Jason Beatty started out as a desktop admin about 20 years ago, and has since moved through the ranks doing server administration, network engineering, firewall administration, served as a Managing Director of Infrastructure, and is currently a Security Consultant advising clients with Rapid7's Strategic Advisory Services team.

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