Illumio is an enterprise data center and cloud computing security company. Illumio was founded in 2013 by Andrew Rubin and PJ Kirner and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, United States.

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  • You Need a Map to Evolve Security
    Introducing a blog series by Illumio CTO, PJ Kirner, that will cover key concepts to help you think about data center and cloud security in a new way, and realign your approach with evolving requirements across application environments. Read the first post of this series, "Why We Need a Data Center and Cloud Security Revolution." I can’t imagine getting to work without a GPS. Yes, I...
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  • Don’t Forget the Workflows
    Thinking about adaptive segmentation? It’s important to think about the workflows needed to make the most of it. Get workflows right and you can do some amazing things like see your environment in the context of the applications, let teams see and control their apps, and get security and visibility that automatically adapts to changes.
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  • Q&A with Chris Khadan: Enhancing the Customer Experience
    Chris Khadan is Illumio's VP of Customer Success, leading the charge in ensuring customers, which include nine of the largest 15 financial institutions in the U.S., and four of the top seven global Software-as-a-Service companies, have the best possible experience. I recently sat down with Chris to discuss customer success, from what it means and who's involved to the six dimensions t...
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  • Out With the Old: Why We Need a Data Center and Cloud Security Revolution
    Introducing a blog series by Illumio CTO, PJ Kirner, that will cover key concepts to help you think about data center and cloud security in a new way, and realign your approach with evolving requirements across application environments. Revolutions happen for good reason. They’re the result of a divergence of expectations and reality causing pent-up frustration that pushes the need ...
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  • The Micro-Segmentation Conversation at Nutanix .NEXT
    Choosing the right tool for a project can sometimes be easy. When driving a nail, the obvious choice is a hammer. When driving a screw, a screwdriver is the best tool in the box. But sometimes our choice of tool is limited by our knowledge and past experience. This is famously captured by Abraham Maslow when he wrote, "I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you have is a hammer, to...
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  • Why Labels Matter for Adaptive Segmentation
    Labels are a core concept in the world of adaptive segmentation allowing for a shift from viewing environments as a network to seeing them in the context of applications. Labels not only uncover a new perspective on the data center, but also help teams realize new efficiencies while making security more adaptable and more robust.
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  • 5 Key Lessons for CISOs from SecurityWeek's CISO Forum
    Last week, Illumio joined a select group of invitees at SecurityWeek’s CISO Forum to discuss a challenge that every security team seems to share: how to cut through the hype surrounding cybersecurity and invest to keep their organizations safe. It’s always been hard to know what is real and what is snake oil in security, but with all the buzzwords and FUD today, it’s harder than ever.
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  • How To Stop the Spread of Cyberattacks
    Most high-profile breaches in recent years have had a similar pattern: an attacker lands on a low value, usually under-protected asset and looks for the next hop with a goal of ultimately reaching a high value system.
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  • Cutting the Gordian Knot
    The Gordian Knot is a legend associated with Alexander the Great and is often used as a metaphor for a complex or unsolvable problem (untying the impossible knot) solved easily by thinking outside of the box (cutting the Gordian knot). Its roots are traced back to Alexander the Great when he conquered the city of Gordium in modern day Turkey. 
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  • Segmentation In the Software-Defined Era
    Illumio CCO Alan Cohen recently sat down with the Open Networking User Group Community at the ONUG Spring show in San Francisco to talk about segmentation as a security strategy in the age of software-defined infrastructure.
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  • Encrypting Data in Motion: SecureConnect Overview Video
    Data is your most important corporate asset that has to be protected in the face of rising threats and cybercrime. Your data protection strategy should include techniques like encryption of data in motion, which can help minimize loss of intellectual property and potential financial impact while helping you meet compliance requirements.  
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  • Virtual Enforcement Node (VEN) Overview Video
    Illumio’s approach to enforcing adaptive segmentation policy leverages pre-existing enforcement points like the host-based firewalls that come as part of Linux (iptables) and Windows Server (Windows Filtering Platform).

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