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Don't Be Last!

"What is important is that you get it LESS wrong than your enemy"
                                                  - Gen. Mark A. Milley, Chief of Staff of the Army, 2017

The strategy of most security practices - Chase the threat(tm) - doesn't work! It doesn't work because the bad actors already have gotten past your defenses.

For businesses, Computer security starts with understanding that there are competent adversaries out on the Internet and that those adversaries WILL get into your system if they want to...

For businesses, computer security means examining what needs to be secured and then doing the work to ensure that access is restricted only to those who require it.

For businesses, computer security is about connecting the dots to see the whole picture. It's about having visibility into your infrastructure - knowing what's happening in real time.

We used to say that the key point to understand about computer security is that you don't necessarily have to be at the front...you just have to avoid being LAST.

Well, that's not true anymore. The key point to understand about computer security is that the enemy already is within your network. The only real question is, have you visually identified them yet?

Constellation Security is about visibility - visibility into your network ingfrastructure. We challenge our customers to look at their network and do the hard work to identify assets, identify communications, and secure those communications. We secure their network completely with existing tools, without them spending a fortune on new software or equipment.

We're computer security experts. We do it right.

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