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April 21, 2017
Juniper's Kevin Walker talks with SearchSecurity about his company's Software-Defined Secure Network platform, improving SDN security, and the evolution of machine learning.
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Proper planning is at the top of the list for single sign-on best practices, but it's important to get enterprise SSO implementations off to a good start. Here's how to do it. Continue Reading
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SDN is a design with security as its foundation, and it has the potential to solve traditional networking's glaring security issues. Continue Reading
Matthew Pascucci offers an intro to software-defined networking and explains why SDN security relies on securing the SDN controller at all costs. Continue Reading
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IT needs an effective plan to maximize security for Windows 10 and get the most out of its built-in features. Continue Reading
One way to achieve software-defined network security is to implement a no-touch approach to networking administration. Learn how it can be done, and what needs to change before it’s possible. Continue Reading
The implications of software-defined networking (SDN) are still being sorted out. Still, there is little doubt that this approach brings sweeping changes throughout the IT infrastructure and the way it is managed.
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Expert Matthew Pascucci discusses the possible security implications of using software-defined networking for network access protection. Continue Reading