Black Core Rising: Microsegmentation in the Software-Defined Perimeter

Organizations must move away from flat networks and implement microsegmentation via a software-defined perimeter.

Boston, February 18, 2020 – Zero trust describes the idea that all assets should be authenticated and authorized before they can initiate communication with another asset. The SDP is a framework that applies the concept of zero-trust security to networking by using microsegmentation to create trust relationships between assets. SDP can be an effective network security control to make an organization more resilient to traditional cybersecurity attacks.

This Impact Report, sponsored by Unisys and produced by Aite Group, demystifies the concept of SDP, the etymology of the term, and how it’s uniquely applied by Unisys Stealth(core), so that chief information security officers, security engineers, and other cybersecurity leaders looking to implement SDP technology into their environment can identify its unique features and capabilities. This report is based on on-site interviews as well as product training and use at the Unisys corporate office.

This 17-page Impact Report contains three figures. Clients of Aite Group’s Cybersecurity service can download this report, the corresponding charts, and the Executive Impact Deck.

This report mentions Defense Information Systems Agency, Forrester Research, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, Microsoft, and the U.S. Department of Defense.

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