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If a thief or vandal breaks into your house by picking the front door lock, they can take or break anything and everything in your home. But what if every room also had a deadbolt lock? Of course, this would contain the damage.

In cybersecurity, there’s a similar strategy called Zero Trust microsegmentation.

Today’s guest, Brian Haugli, cybersecurity expert and CEO of SideChannel, explains how Zero Trust microsegmentation can reinforce managed detection and response initiatives by enabling tighter access control.

And more importantly, by containing the damage from breaches and malware, including insidious ransomware.

Don’t miss our conversation about this paradigm shift in network security.

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About the Expert

Brian Haugli, CEO of SideChannel, has been driving security programs for two decades and brings a true practitioner’s approach to the industry. He creates a more realistic way to address information security and data protection issues for organizations. He has led programs for the DoD, Pentagon, Intelligence Community, Fortune 500, and many others. Brian is a renowned speaker and expert on NIST guidance, threat intelligence implementations, and strategic organizational initiatives.

Brian is the contributing author for the latest book from Wiley, “Cybersecurity Risk Management: Mastering the Fundamentals Using the NIST Cybersecurity Framework“.

Lastly, he is a professor at Boston College, in the Woods College of Advancing Studies, Master’s Program in Cybersecurity.

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