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Sept. 14, 2022, 6 p.m. | Matt Wilson

Security Boulevard securityboulevard.com

The traditional view of east-west doesn’t really exist anymore. We can no longer point to a location and say that something exists in this physical space. We’re now dealing with a dynamic environment that is spread out across clouds, instances within clouds, untethered endpoints, and physical spaces.

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