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Firewall Smackdown
Date / Time: Wednesday, July 15, 2015, 1:00 p.m. New York/10:00 a.m. San Francisco
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Overview:

Whats the future of the venerable firewall? Experts differ. Some say the firewall is dead, along with the network perimeter. Others say that as one of the industrys most ubiquitous security devices, the firewall is at the heart of the enterprises future defense strategy. Whos right?

To argue each side of this hotly-debated question, weve invited two security industry leaders to make their case: In defense of the firewall , Jody Brazil, Founder & CEO of FireMon versus Asaf Cidon, CEO & Co-founder, Sookasa ,who argues that cloud and mobile have rendered the firewall obsolete.

The discussion will be moderated by community editor Marilyn Cohodas. Please join us and bring your questions and opinions with you.

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