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A leading video-first unified communications platform, Zoom helps organizations and distributed workforces stay connected in a frictionless environment ensuring employees can remain productive and secure no matter where they are working. By running on VMware infrastructure, Zoom can deliver a better experience and improved security.
"At the very basic level, Workspace ONE allows us to exist and thrive in a pandemic environment when we have employees all over the world in all different places.”
- Aparna Bawa, Chief Operating Officer
After evaluating five endpoint security solutions, Netflix DVD chose VMware Carbon Black for its strong EDR capabilities, adaptive protection and time-saving automated responses. The solution’s effective threat hunting capabilities helped the security team become more efficient. Collecting endpoint data 24x7 helps conduct advanced attacker profiling and intelligence enrichment. Netflix DVD increased automation through VMware Carbon Black open APIs making integration easier.
“Before we had VMware Carbon Black, we were using traditional antivirus (AV). I reviewed various products, developed an evaluation matrix and did a proof of concept with five to six endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions. Out of everyone we looked at, VMware Carbon Black offered the best value for the DVD division.”
- Jimmy Sanders, Head of Information Security
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is active throughout the world aiding people in conflict areas. Because employees and volunteers around the world must be able to communicate quickly and easily with each other, they rely on a secure, global connection. If this is not the case, human lives can be at risk. With its technology solutions, VMware contributes significantly to securing the operations of the world's largest humanitarian network while facilitating communication.
"The data we collect about individuals can save lives - or endanger lives if we fail to fulfill our obligation to store it safely.”
- Charlotte Lindsey-Curtet, Director of Digital Transformation and Data
Although Preferred Mutual maintains a staff of over 300 employees, many of them work remotely. The company needed a reliable and secure way to manage apps and endpoints. With an array of software-defined solutions for hybrid cloud, mobility, virtualization and networking, Preferred Mutual maximizes remote employee and IT staff productivity while maintaining security over company data.
“All the products are designed to fully integrate and work and complement each other in those solutions.”
-Ben Moore, Lead Systems Engineer
Osceola County Sheriff’s Office turned to VMware to help comply with rigid security standards leveraging VMware Workspace ONE and VMware Carbon Black Cloud, ultimately reducing the load on IT staff by centrally managing hundreds of devices in the field. The solution improves deputies’ access to information while protecting law enforcement data, enhancing public safety.
“One of the biggest benefits of adopting VMware is how all of the solutions integrate together so seamlessly. With just a click of a button, solutions start working together to give us the compliance and performance we need.”
-Daniel Caban, Director of Information Technology
IHS Markit provides information and analysis to support the decision-making process of businesses and governments. With more than 60,000 customers in 120 countries, IHS has moved from a public cloud IT focus to a private cloud initiative to cut costs and meet governance and security requirements as business grows.
“IHS’ customer base is looking for us to solve the hard problems based on data. We have to be one step ahead, drive that delivery even faster. VMware really has our best interests in mind. They challenge us in the way we are looking at doing things, just as we challenge VMware. So, I really look at VMware as a partnership.”
- Ian Barraclough, Vice President of Information Technology
No, intrinsic security is not a product, or tool, or bundle with a SKU. It is a fundamentally different approach to securing your business. It’s a strategy for leveraging your infrastructure and control points in new ways—in real time—across any app, cloud, or device so that you can shift from a reactive security posture to a position of strength.
At its core, intrinsic security has three main attributes. First, it’s built-in, with security capabilities baked into the control points in your infrastructure. Second, it’s an approach that unifies tools and teams to work better together and solve security problems. And third, it leverages control points to get insights into application and IT context as well as threats. These three areas help organizations shift from a reactive posture to a position of strength.
Intrinsic security helps organization reduce their risk through three key attributes. Built-in security means fewer products, agents, and complexity, reducing the chance for misconfiguration and vulnerabilities. Unifying tools and teams across security, IT, and operations improves holistic visibility to identify threats. Leveraging the infrastructure for real-time context and control points means we help organizations better detect and respond to threats.
Intrinsic security uses technology across the network, endpoint, workload, workspace and cloud to solve the most difficult cybersecurity problems in the enterprise. With this approach, organizations can secure their applications, users, and clouds from existing and emerging threats, identify and mitigate risks, meet regulatory compliance requirements, and do so with less complexity across their security portfolio.
VMware’s strategy is embedding security in everything we do, so nearly every product in the portfolio has security capabilities built-in. That said, the primary security products areas for focus are Carbon Black Cloud for endpoint and workload security, NSX and VeloCloud for network security, Workspace ONE for workspace security, and VMware Secure State for public cloud security.