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Juniper’s SDSN is a game changer in security play: Matt Hurley

Yogesh Gupta | April 10, 2017
Software-Defined Secure Networks is the future of modern organization’s network security, says Matthew Hurley of Juniper.

As cybercrime continues to become more sophisticated, businesses need to rethink their age-old defense strategies, said Hurley. Juniper’s SDSN enables companies to build their next-generation security posture around automated and actionable intelligence. This can be shared to quickly recognize and mitigate threats.

Juniper’s SDSN gives a holistic end-to-end network visibility that secures the entire network - physical and virtual.

“CISOs protect one endpoint, but often forget to protect other points in the network. Juniper’s SDSN gives a holistic end-to-end network visibility that secures the entire network - physical and virtual,” he added. 

Juniper is also enabling their channel partners globally to move on from the traditional hardware mind-set in the security space. And SDSN is a perfect example in their transition, he said.   

“We have a massive enablement push in security around SDSN, by reaching through our partners and managed elite partners globally. In several cases, we are running tests with SDSN with firewall technology on top, and we are getting wins,” said Matt Hurley of Juniper Networks.

 

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