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Jigar is VP of Products at Valtix where he leads the product strategy and manages partnerships with public cloud service providers. Previously he led the VM-Series next-generation firewall (NGFW) team for public cloud security at Palo Alto Networks. He has worked on security for AWS, Azure, and GCP since 2014. As a software engineer, he worked on 3G mobile networks for Motorola and built some of the first e-commerce websites.

How to Mitigate the OMIGOD Exploit in Minutes

Another week, another exploit in public cloud infrastructure. What’s going on? Overall, what’s broken here are issues in what the industry has dubbed platform-as-a-service (PaaS) aka high-level cloud services. This is a wake-up call for all of us to do…

Valtix Brings Flexibility in Cloud Network Security Architecture

Valtix Brings Flexibility in Cloud Network Security Architecture Another quarter, another update to the Valtix cloud security service. As always, the Valtix Controller (management plane) is updated automatically just like a SaaS, and the Valtix Gateways (dataplane) running in your…

Valtix Reboots Network Visibility for Public Clouds

Valtix Reboots Network Visibility for Public Clouds Public clouds are enabling a new application architecture consisting of IaaS (compute, networking, storage), PaaS (with 10s of services like AWS S3, RDS, CloudWatch), and microservices (including container-based and service mesh). This includes…

Cloud Visibility Insights for Exfiltration in Egress Traffic

Cloud Visibility Insights for Public Clouds The perennial challenge in security is finding what is insecure and securing it quickly (hours, not days/weeks). In an ideal world one would just set security policies on everything to secure and you’re done……

Response to FireEye Red Team Tool Breach

Summary On 08-Dec-2020, FireEye revealed{: target="blank"} that a state-sponsored adversary stole red team tools used by their internal security researchers to mimic a potential adversary’s attack or exploitation capabilities against an enterprise. This attack is related, in part, to the…

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