VMware NSX Achieves Common Criteria EAL 2+ Certification

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VMware NSX 6.3 for vSphere has achieved Common Criteria certification at the Evaluation Assurance  Level (EAL) 2+ (view the certification report)(view the press release). This marks yet another milestone of our commitment to providing industry leading certified solutions for customers from federal departments and agencies, international governments and agencies, and other highly regulated industries and Read more...

ICSA Labs Certifies NSX Micro-segmentation Capabilities

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VMware NSX  has achieved ICSA labs Corporate Firewall Certification. With the release of NSX for vSphere® 6.3, VMware has not only introduced several key security features such as Application Rule Manager and Endpoint Monitoring, which provide deep visibility into the application, and enable a rapid zero-trust deployment, but has also achieved Corporate Firewall Certification in independent Read more...

Industry First Micro-segmentation Cybersecurity Benchmark Released

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The VMware NSX Micro-segmentation Cybersecurity Benchmark report has been released! As previewed in part six of the Micro-segmentation Defined – NSX Securing Anywhere blog series , independent cyber risk management advisor and assessor Coalfire was sponsored by VMware to create an industry first Micro-segmentation Cybersecurity Benchmark report. Coalfire conducted an audit of the VMware NSX micro-segmentation Read more...

A.T. Still University greatly improves firewall performance and security with cost-effective VMware NSX solution

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ATSU revolutionized its schools and clinics with the cost-effective security solution, VMware NSX, which increases firewall performance, meets HIPAA compliance, automates services, and improves agility, resulting in more affordable tuition and better healthcare services. Some of the business benefits: easy implementation cost effective better application performance “VMware NSX is the most revolutionary development in our Read more...

“Split and smear” your security policies: Static Unidimensional vs. Dynamic Multi-Dimensional Policies

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In my previous post I explained why current security architectures aiming at inspecting all inline traffic via hardware appliances are failing to provide proper segmentation and scale in modern day data centers.  As I described, this has nothing to do with the type of security technology being deployed but rather with engineering security services that Read more...