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The Productivity vs. Risk Trade-Off in Enterprise Security

Posted by Kowsik Guruswamy on Jun 27, 2016

I was in New York last week at an all-day event co-hosted with Skyport Systems at the Microsoft Briefing Center in Times Square. The day was filled with analyst briefings, a panel on “Is Active Directory a blindspot for CISO’s” followed by my talk on ‘Eliminating Ransomware with Isolation’ to the OWASP New York chapter. During the course of the day, I heard Isolation being mentioned so many times in different contexts. The gist of it is most people innately understand what Isolation is and how it can really improve the security posture of organizations. The real challenge (which we've solved) is can we do Isolation without affecting user experience?.

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Tags: security, enterprise, risk, productivity

Menlo Security Selected as Finalist for MIT Sloan CIO Symposium Innovation Showcase

Posted by Melody Noel on May 4, 2016

We are honored to have been selected as a top-ten finalist to be highlighted at the upcoming MIT Sloan CIO Symposium Innovation Showcase. The Innovation Showcase judges carefully evaluate outstanding early stage companies with cutting edge solutions that combine both value and innovation to enterprise IT.
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Tags: innovation, isolation, security, enterprise

The Human Element In Security & Why UX Matters

Posted by Kowsik Guruswamy on Sep 21, 2015

In some ways, corporate users are like children: They need, but rarely like rules, and many will try to find one way or another around them. “Use only this software and always keep it up to date.” “We’re blocking access to those websites you’re trying to visit.” “You must constantly be on the alert for ‘suspicious’ emails, and don’t open any attachments—ever!” “Yes, you are required to take that training class on how to protect corporate assets.”

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Tags: security, ux, enterprise

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