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  • Cost savingsConvenienceAlready in serviceCost savingsIncreased employee satisfactionIncreased employee productivityCost savings
  • 80% of attacks occur inside a network – behind the firewallMost BYOD devices will be wireless – but must be managed in tandem with wired.A myriad of:devices (phones, tablets, laptops), operating systems (Linux, IP-phone, Windows, iOS, Android), threats (malware, vulnerabilities)inside the network
  • When do we know if a BYOD is on our network?How do we stop Rogue or Untrusted BYOD access?Is all BYOD Traffic Encrypted Well Enough to Ensure Compliance with PCI-DSS, HIPAA/HITECH, FERPA, GLBA or SOX-404?Are BYODs Harboring Personally Identifiable Information (PII)?Can we Require Whole Device Data Encryption to Protect this very Sensitive/High Risk Data?What if a BYOD gets lost or stolen? Can we (IT Staff) force a remote ‘wipe’ or ‘kill code’ on an employee owned device with corporate data on it?How do we Sync? How do we Backup BYOD?Is there any Good Firewall or Anti-virus/Anti-malware for BYOD?How do we Enforce Policies on BYOD employee-owned equipment?
  • Firewalls do NOTPrevent malware from infecting a deviceStop the spread of malware within your networkPrevent high risk data, PII, etc from leaving your network
  • Keyloggers and the use of stolen credentialsBackdoors and command controlTamperingPretextingPhishingBrute forceSQL injectionFor the most part, firewalls are one-way streets. Once the attacker is on the inside, they are presumed trusted, and can connect outward just as easily as a person surfing the web or checking email.
  • What if the Former Employee was using Personally Owned Mobile Devices?What is your IT Security/Human Resources combined Checklist you go through when an Employee Leaves (voluntarily or involuntarily)?Does the Plan include Mobile Devices and their Company-related Data stored on the device? (Or are You Ready to Crack a Potentially Encrypted Backup you may have Retained?)
  • In school settings:Students bring devices at their own riskThis means that if they bring a device, they are responsible for keeping it safe and secureThey should not leave their device in a classroom, even if the teacher allows itThe students are responsible for the appropriate use of their personal computing devicesIn government and business settings:Employees bring devices at the organizations’ riskThis means that if you bring a device, The IT STAFF is responsible for ensuring it does not increase risk by way of DATA LEAKAGE, DATA THEFT, HACKING and MALWARE OUTBREAKS
  • Bottom line: GET THE DEVICE OWNER TO ASSUME SOME LEVEL OF RESPONSIBILITYTechnology affords you time, security
  • “Consumerization is an unstoppable trend, and most organizations need to demonstrate flexibility and allow employees to use their personal devices for work. But, they also need to establish limits and not permit every device, every operating system and every configuration. Although approaches such as server-based computing and virtualization will also be used to deal with consumerization, NAC provides the flexibility that enterprises need in a BYOD environment, while providing the controls that enable network and security managers to retain control over the network.”
  • Keyloggers and the use of stolen credentialsBackdoors and command controlTamperingPretextingPhishingBrute forceSQL injectionFor the most part, firewalls are one-way streets. Once the attacker is on the inside, they are presumed trusted, and can connect outward just as easily as a person surfing the web or checking email.
  • Convinient to install, and universal in application.NetClarity is the vendor that targets SMBs and can manage all endpoints. Its family of NACwall appliances use an agentless (no additional software on the PCs) approach to baseline the health of the endpoints. NACwalls are deployed out of band in LANs, so they install easily and are not in the line of traffic…”
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    • 1. Enabling Inside-Out Network Security BYOD and Your Business Learn about the BYOD trend, the risks associated with this trend, and how to successfully adopt BYOD while securing your network.
    • 2. AgendaEnabling Inside-Out Network Security • The rise of BYOD • Security risks associated with BYOD • A BYOD strategy • NetClarity’s Internal Security Solution
    • 3. The Rise of BYODEnabling Inside-Out Network Security • Gartner projects a 9-40% savings using employee PCs • 1 in 10 use personal computers for primary work device today • 50% use personal computers for work at some time • 43% of companies have a written policy, with specific rules
    • 4. BYOD: A fast-growing DilemmaEnabling Inside-Out Network Security The challenge: seamless and secure management of ALL device Personal AND Professional Wired AND Wireless ANY operating system By 2016 at least 50% of enterprise email users will rely primarily on a browser, tablet or mobile client instead of a desktop client. – Gartner - AND - Today, 80% of attacks occur inside the network - SANS
    • 5. The “Security” dilemma of BYODEnabling Inside-Out Network Security 1. People 2. Processes 3. Policy 4. Technology 5
    • 6. Breach StatisticsEnabling Inside-Out Network Security 174 million compromised records last year …and their firewall didn’t stop them! Verizon 2012 Data Breach Investigations Report
    • 7. Enabling Inside-Out Network Security And you thought a firewall was all you needed?
    • 8. BYOD: How is security breached?Enabling Inside-Out Network Security 1. Accidentally download malware onto your device. 2. Bring that device into work and bypass the firewall. 3. A Trojan gets onto the network. 4. Data gets transferred to a hacker without you even knowing it! Data
    • 9. What’s the real internal security problem?Enabling Inside-Out Network Security All Networks and IP Devices have Holes that are known as: Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE)
    • 10. BYOD Risk: New Malware Outbreaks…Enabling Inside-Out Network Security  Your favorite anti-virus program catches no more than 70-90% of malware!  What’s running on everyone’s personal device? Who knows?
    • 11. BYOD Risk: New Malware Outbreaks…Enabling Inside-Out Network Security “Heres a video of my Droid cell phone that was hacked after I loaded the new "Mobile Skype" program. Its as if the phone has been possessed. Had to get a new cell.” “Noticed this crazy messaging happening on my iPad2 earlier this evening. You can see that there are messages being sent (blue background) and the keypad is not being used at the time. Secondly, I dont have a Romanian number or contact. Thirdly, I dont speak Romanian. Weird I tells ye! and its still messaging back and forth as I type here.”
    • 12. BYOD Risk: CVEs (iPhone sample…)Enabling Inside-Out Network Security The current value of credit cards on the black market – Look, you can even buy in bulk! See:
    • 13. BYOD Risk: Lost or Stolen?Enabling Inside-Out Network Security “More than a third of consumers have had cell phones lost or stolen”
    • 14. BYOD Risks: Control and ComplianceEnabling Inside-Out Network Security Behind every firewall, you need to manage BYOD. The businesses in each of these vertical markets are all very different, but they are all faced with similar challenges: • Ensuring Business Continuity. • Controlling Network Access. • Ensuring Regulatory Compliance.
    • 15. BYOD StrategyEnabling Inside-Out Network Security People  Awareness, training, culture Process  Assessments, real-time monitoring, onboarding/departing employees, quarantining devices Policy  Acceptable use, email security, access control, password policy, patch mgmt., incident response, business continuity Technology  NAC, MDM, firewalls, A/V, IPS/WIPS, etc.
    • 16. Multi-faceted Internal SecurityEnabling Inside-Out Network Security IPS/IDS Firewall End Point Protection  Asset Management and Access Control. Internal Security  Vulnerability management, compliance reporting and Auditing  Zero-Day Defense
    • 17. Internal UTM: Critical technologyEnabling Inside-Out Network Security Remember, while firewalls protect networks from the outside-in, over 80% of successful attacks come from the inside. There is a major need for internal UTM to secure networks from the inside-out.
    • 18. Inside-Out Network Security™ AppliancesEnabling Inside-Out Network Security Scalable from 25 devices to thousands • Immediately control access by any and all types of devices – if you don’t want them on the network, they don’t get on the network. • Identify network holes (CVE®s) on the inside of your network and guide proactive remediation process • Defend against malware through automated detection and blocking
    • 19. Enabling Inside-Out Network Security
    • 20. Enabling Inside-Out Network Security
    • 21. Enabling Inside-Out Network Security
    • 22. How NetClarity stops a breachEnabling Inside-Out Network Security 1. Accidentally download malware onto your device. 2. Bring that device into work and bypass the firewall. 3. A Trojan gets onto the network. 4. NetClarity quarantines the device that has a Trojan installs 5. NetClarity stops the hacker from receiving the data he was hoping to obtain! Data
    • 23. The BYOD NACwall Appliance AwardsEnabling Inside-Out Network Security “NetClarity Picks Up Where Firewalls, Anti-virus, Intrusion Detection Systems and Intrusion Prevention Systems Leave Off” – John Gallant, President, Network World “The only Next Gen. NAC solution to be “The Most integrated with RSA enVision® for Innovative NAC enterprise-wide internal risk management” Vendor in the World” – Network Products Guide, Hot – Apurva More, RSA Secured Program Manager Companies, 2009, 2010, 2011
    • 24. Next Generation NAC, Manages BYOD!Enabling Inside-Out Network Security “When evaluating NAC solutions, look for vendors that understand the consumerization trend and support, or have plans to support, policies for managing the non-Microsoft endpoints that will inevitably attempt to connect to your network…. • Convenient to install • Universal in application • All devices, OS, wired/wireless Gartner NAC Report, 12/2010
    • 25. In Summary: Managing BYODEnabling Inside-Out Network Security 1. Personal devices are pervasive but the BYOD trend isn’t going anywhere. 2. They add a new level of risk management to the organization. 3. There are technologies to mitigate the risk, like NetClarity’s NACwalls!
    • 26. Questions?Enabling Inside-Out Network