Data Centre Segmentation
Enterprise data centres have evolved over the last decade predicated by innovations in server virtualization and consumerization of IT. Today’s security reality presents a critical need to restrict access to certain assets, specifically the servers executing strategic applications and housing the most sensitive data.
The traditional tiered network architecture accomplishes critical server and database security by physical network separation from other data centre assets. Flat networks are more flexible and easier to administer, but any system on the network can access any other system.
Unisys Stealth provides a superior solution to either configuration. Separation of critical servers and databases is achieved by using software to virtualize the network and create secure groups called Communities of Interest (COI). Less network equipment is required and on already flat networks, Stealth compartmentalizes the servers with COI; systems in different COI cannot communicate with each other. The result is cost efficiencies with much greater protection.
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