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Does your organization have a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy?

Top Answer : We have it, but there is no reimbursement.  We had extremely low adoption, since CORP traffic would eat up a significant amount of your monthly data plan. I personally did not choose to use my personal phone for work.

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Does anyone have a favorite alternative to Tableau? Why?

Top Answer : PowerBI looks more modern, is included within our O365 licensing and appears to have all the same functionality we use/need within Tableau - without the licensing public/server limitations, overhead, hassle, needless complexity. It feels like a part of our ecosystem.

Have you found a solution to fully manage all the devices on your network?

Top Answer : We often talk about end-users and access, etc., but we don't talk about all the devices on a network that are just as vulnerable and can't be managed. And the ones you can manage are connected to some manufacturing device, whether it's a Rockwell or some ICI system that’s run by a Windows 7 or Windows XP machine that you can't patch or put AV on. What do we do in that case? Solutions like Armis can tell you what a device was doing and if it was out of its normal behavior. And if it was out of its normal behavior, it will tell you about it and suggest you might want to go fix it. When I worked at the vaping company, we had every best in class security tool you could think of and we were still getting nailed. We were sending information out to these foreign countries that weren't friendly and couldn’t figure out why. It wasn't until I got a proof of concept (POC) with Armis, just to see. Within 10 minutes of hooking it up, they say, "By the way, your cameras are sending stuff to Russia. You might want to check that out." And we had no idea. We had a 20-person security operation center (SOC) and nobody could find this stuff. So, the posturing of these devices is important: knowing what you have and knowing what everything is doing. But companies like Tanium and Armis still don't address the zero-trust issue.

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What are your thoughts on SaaS management platforms (SMP)?

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Top Answer : Knowing everything on the network and where they were was a big thing at a number of the other companies I ran, and it was poorly done in some cases. You started to need to air gap things off but if you air gap, it's going to be even more difficult to find some of those things on the network.  None of the companies that would allow me to do that let me find all the things on the network and what they were dealing with. And then the engineering networks would say, "You can't get in there. We're separate," but then some of the things would come from the engineering networks first. So it was a big issue. That's why I actually started doing more microsegmentation. I won't say I was an Enterprise Certified Netware Engineer (ECNE), but I do remember some of that stuff. I literally had some of the group walking around with laptops into these segmented areas to do some of the testing, because that was most effective.

With many organizations supporting a hybrid workforce, what new applications or tools are IT teams experimenting with or planning to use in Q4 2021 or 2022?

Top Answer : Boundary of deliverables and legal framework around it. With freelancing on rise from WFH, one needs to guard the deliverables as we cant guard employees' time and their computers. They simply use other machine. So a framework on setting what is expected deliverable EVERY DAY and what support deliverables are needed every day. I predict that we will have more issues in this internal process issue than external. Unfortunately it is so tied with workflow of department and agile process just makes it more difficult to manage. To my knowledge, this is a white space for many startups