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Isolation Control and Monitoring in Next Generation Jump Servers

December 17, 2019

Jump servers have emerged in recent years as a security best practice to create a separation between networks with different security requirements. Creating separation is strongly recommended to minimize the risk of a potential attacker accessing critical systems, but does the typical homegrown jump server really create a single, isolated control point? Does it really keep the attackers out? Learn how you can go the extra mile to enhance security with a next generation jump server, which closes the vulnerability holes that exist in the traditional jump server solution.

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