Date: Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET/11:00 a.m. PT
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The key to lowering the total cost of implementing PCI DSS is to limit the number of in-scope systems to the absolute minimum. Limiting can be done by separating these systems from the rest of the network. Internal network segmentation is also needed to separate development teams from production systems, to prevent "leapfrogging" by third-party and internal IT support, and for other applications.
Traditional approaches to network segmentation (e.g. firewalls) present significant challenges with respect to network architecture, policy management, and cost. PacketSentry Virtual Segmentation offers a superior approach: no in-line appliances (so no potential impact to applications) and policies based on Active Directory group membership.
Jonathan Gohstand, PacketMotion - IT
PacketMotion is the developer of the industry's first security solution that gives businesses the ability to see user activity inside their networks as it happens, allowing them to identify improper actions in real time and to instantly respond. PacketSentry works with an organization's existing infrastructure and processes to cost-effectively safeguard assets, automate compliance and governance practices, and reduce business risk.