Bringing Modern Software Methodologies to Security Policy Development

  • January 2015
  • Posted By Ana Bombarelli
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(Published in Cisco Communities on January 19, 2015. Author: Sergio Pozo) At the earliest days of Intelliment, we did a lot of customer interviews showing different pieces of technology to potential customers. During that interviews, one question that was always in our heads was why security policies are still today managed as has been done

Why security policies are today managed as 30 years ago?

  • February 2014
  • Posted By Sergio Pozo Hidalgo
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Today I will start a series of posts where I am going to explain the questions we have asked ourselves (and to our customers) to understand why security policies are today managed as has been done in the last thirty years, while other IT disciplines have developed and adopted more automated, agile and less error prone visions. Initially,

Merry Christmas!

  • December 2013
  • Posted By Ana Bombarelli
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On behalf of all the team of Intelliment Security, we wish you a very Merry Christmas and a happy New Year 2014!

Catalyst: the SoftLayer startup incubator

  • February 2013
  • Posted By Ana Bombarelli
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Thanks LinktoStart, Intelliment Security has joined the Softlayer Startup Incubator. This program provides support and resources that every up-and-coming technology company needs. The benefits of the Catalyst Startup Program are: $1,000/month Hosting Credit: Startups in Catalyst get a $1000/month credit for hosting for one full year. That includes dedicated servers, cloud servers or a hybrid

Being part of a startup

  • January 2013
  • Posted By Raúl Recacha Camacho
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I’m about to start a working adventure without a precedent in my career: I will be part of a startup. I say “be part” because the first thing I have learned is that “work for” is not a valid expression for startups. You do not work for the startup. You are part of it. For
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