A basic shift in network defense
by Mirko Zorz - Wednesday, 2 May 2012.
"In our industry, most of the companies we were working with have spent the the better part of the past ten years securing the perimeter of the network with intrusion detection, prevention systems, as well as firewalls," says Mike Potts, President and CEO of Lancope. "And what we're seeing now is that that is simply not enough."

In this podcast recorded at RSA Conference 2012, he talks about the evolutions in the security industry and how the companies are reacting to the realization that it is not a question of "if" their network will be compromised, but "when".

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Bringing over 20 years of experience as a seasoned technology industry veteran spanning the application and security sectors, Mike Potts leads all aspects of Lancopeís strategic direction and day-to-day operations. Prior to Lancope, Potts served as President and CEO of AirDefense, where he led the companyís wireless security growth of more than 300% in 2 1/2 years and completed the strategic all cash acquisition of the company by Motorola in September 2008.

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