Guest Column | May 6, 2013

Five Steps To Consider When Your Network And Security Architecture Changes

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Organizations are more vulnerable to cyber attacks if security programs don’t evolve with technological and business changes

By: Michelle Johnson Cobb, Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, Skybox Security

A number of enterprises are planning for virtualized architecture roll-outs that include mergers, growth in their international operations and the rampant addition of cloud services -- among other major network projects. Each of these projects individually creates major network and security architecture changes – the kinds of changes that can shatter operational performance and security policy compliance.  And unfortunately while new initiatives begin to roll-out and networks become even larger, most organizations will not be expanding the number of employees on their information security teams.

Information security executives should follow these key steps to ensure their security programs evolve with the updates and changes as major network and security architecture changes can leave organizations more vulnerable to cyber attacks.

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