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Juniper Networks has announced technology alliance partnerships with several leading security providers.
The alliance will primarily focus across a variety of critical areas, including endpoint security, cloud access security and network access control.
Juniper’s Software-Defined Secure Networks (SDSN) platform will integrate the partners technologies to enable customers create cohesive security infrastructures. And easily managed and deployed best-in-class products for advanced threat intelligence sharing and prevention.
Juniper’s technology alliance partners will broaden the protection surface of Juniper’s SDSN framework, helping to fulfill the promise of a truly end-to-end security platform by including solutions from industry-leading companies.
These partners will leverage Juniper’s APIs to integrate their security capabilities into the SDSN framework and deliver comprehensive protection across the cyber crime lifecycle.
Through the addition of these partners, Juniper’s SDSN platform will expand protection against cyber threats on-premises as well as off-premises.
This includes defense in the network, at the endpoint and in the cloud. Juniper’s technology alliance partnerships are expected to not only help extend the SDSN vision, but also solve one of the biggest challenges companies face – creating a cohesive security infrastructure.
“One year ago, Juniper launched its stance on security, SDSN, which uses Juniper’s industry-leading security technologies as well as its alliance partners’ to leverage the entire network for enforcement. We are now looking ahead and striving to continue innovating for delivery of even faster and more precise detection and enforcement. We accomplished what we sought out to achieve since the introduction of Software-Defined Secure Networks at RSA 2016 and now we are working with some of the industry’s finest security vendors to tackle the next level of security,” said Kevin Walker, security CTO, Juniper Networks.
“Juniper’s SDSN vision, announced one year ago at RSA, is uniquely designed to integrate more broadly with the spectrum of significant security technologies in the market. With SDSN, we believe that the network plays a crucial role in centralizing and automating security across the enterprise, helping ease management and improve detection. These alliance partnerships with leaders in the security industry will allow Juniper to act as the nucleus of threat detection and enforcement, enabling our customers to create a more cohesive security infrastructure through integration with our partners’ technologies,” said Mihir Maniar, vice president of security product management, Juniper Networks.
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