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Neil is a Systems Engineer at Garland Technology focusing on customer challenges with network visibility such as resilience, interoperability, and integration into data center topology. Wilkins is a seasoned network professional with 30 years of experience globally within the computing industry, in product marketing and technical support, for both the commercial and public sectors
In part three of my OT visibility series, we’ll review what next steps OT and ICS organizations are taking once they have a foundation of visibility with a TAP and aggregation fabric. If you haven’t read my previous posts, I suggest...
This week, our very own Neil Wilkins got to talk “security at scale” with Michael Morris from Endace. They discussed the importance of planning for growth, proper security training, and working to maintain compliance with emerging mandates.
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