Consolidating Networking and Security Functions Can Reduce Branch Vulnerability

As enterprises embrace digital transformation (DX) initiatives (cloud, Internet of Things [IoT], and mobile), their attack surface rapidly expands and the risk of a breach increases. For example, distributed organizations with one or more remote locations are looking to software-defined wide area networks (SD-WANs). But SD-WAN alone does not address three associated security problem areas: 1) protection of multiple WAN edges, 2) lack of endpoint visibility, and 3) branch infrastructure complexity. However, a solution that consolidates networking and security capabilities can help network engineering and operations leaders simplify infrastructure while providing better security and productivity at branch locations. An integrated SD-Branch approach can boost visibility, control, and manageability while lowering total cost of ownership (TCO) for distributed organizations.

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