What OmniShield provides is a foundation to thwart attackers’ ability to hop from their newly secured beachhead to the critical systems and storage centers they’re trying to reach. So even if attackers successfully penetrate the on-chip container that houses the most vulnerable system on the network, it doesn’t buy them much because they’re stuck there.
It’s as if they’re burglars who’ve broken in through a window in the laundry room only to find that it’s sealed off from the rest of the house. In this example, OmniShield would act to isolate the laundry room, and also as the security system, sounding the alarm so that the intruders can be safely removed.
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