Waverley Labs CEO, Juanita Koilpillai, will be speaking on the topic of Open Source Software Defined Perimeters.
Title: Open Source Software Defined Perimeter
Track: Risk Management
Time: 3:30 pm
Speaker: Juanita Koilpillai, Founder & CEO, Waverley Labs
Abstract: The software defined perimeter (SDP) is a new approach to security that mitigates network-based attacks by creating dynamically provisioned perimeters anywhere in the world, including clouds, demilitarized zones (DMZs), and data centers.
The traditional networking model provides visibility and connectivity with a “need to know” access model and then adds a number of point controls to prevent access from untrusted systems. SDP provides zero visibility and zero connectivity, only establishing connectivity after end points prove they can be trusted. This approach prevents essentially all network-based attacks.
The SDP architecture consists of five layers of security controls: single packet authorization, mutual transport layer security, device validation, dynamic firewalls, and application binding. Together, these protocols make it very difficult for attackers to access protected applications.
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