Much effort has been put into securing data at rest and in transit. But what about the network equipment at the heart of today’s connected enterprises and the huge Internet of Things? Routers, switches and firewalls remain vulnerable to attacks that can compromise these devices.
In a webcast Wed., May 16, 1:00 p.m. Eastern/10:00 a.m. Pacific, join TCG experts Bill Sulzen, technical leader, Cisco Systems, Inc.; Michael Eckel, security engineer, Huawei Technologies; and Steve Hanna, senior principal, Infineon Technologies, for a tutorial on how to secure network equipment.
The webcast will outline key vulnerabilities and specific steps to embed network equipment with foundational security, based on a root of trust. Steve Hanna will advise attendees on key requirements and considerations for designing more secure routers, switches and firewalls and what they need to harden them against attacks, including malware.
This webcast is free but you must register to learn more and also receive recently released TCG guidance and overview documents on this important security topic.