For many banks, a too-flat network can put both security and compliance at risk. Recognizing this risk, a regional bank's IT security team undertook a project to secure ten of the organisation's critical applications. Their ultimate goals were to reduce the existing attack surface and prevent lateral movement in the event an IT asset was compromised.
Additionally, the bank had a secondary objective: limiting the access of service providers and other third-parties to only what was necessary for their respective functions.
Download this case study and learn how they:
- Overcame their struggle with legacy firewall complexity;
- Simplified and accelerated segmentation;
- Secured business critical applications.