Sundaram Lakshmanan is the Chief Technology Officer at Lookout. He brings over 20+ years of network and security product development experience and has a successful track record of delivering innovative first-to-market and market-leading security products, as well as leading the global engineering team. Prior to Lookout he was the founder and CEO/CTO of Anicut Systems, a Distinguished Engineer at Juniper Networks, and held senior positions at Blue Coat (now Symantec). He holds a master’s degree from the National University of Singapore in computer and information sciences with a focus on networking and applied cryptography, as well as a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from REC (NIT) Trichy, India.
A New Approach to Data Security for the New Year
Going into 2023, your organization should be laser-focused on identity and data, and the technologies that secure these elements will have to evolve.
Five Steps Towards Building a Better Data Security Strategy
A unified edge security platform can give you the visibility and control you need to create a modern and efficient architecture for protecting users, applications and data.
How to Mitigate Risks When Your Data is Scattered Across Clouds
As you transition to the cloud, it’s critical to have a security solution equipped to handle the risks. A unified cloud-delivered security platform is the best solution.
Securing Cloud Usage When Shadow IT is the Norm
By harnessing the many powers of converged security, SSE diminishes the worries of the unknown – regaining visibility and control with granular policies.
How to Reduce Risk and Secure Data With Security Service Edge (SSE)
There’s a new acronym in town: SSE, which stands for Security Service Edge. If this looks similar to Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), it’s because they are closely related.
Critical Capabilities of a Modern DLP
We discuss how modern DLP solutions, integrated in a cloud-delivered platform, can help organizations prevent data breaches while providing secure access to remote workers.
Predictions 2022: Work-From-Anywhere Brings End of On-Premise Security
I believe that in 2022 we will see the beginning of the end of on-premises security tools, as isolated, point solutions running in data centers.
Finding Patterns: User & Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA)
Instead of relying on static security checks or staring continuously at the static, you can use automated security to look at user behaviors.
ZTNAs Address Requirements VPNs Cannot. Here’s Why.
As work from anywhere continues, it is important to rethink how to provide access for your entire organization in a secure manner.