Juniper Networks has announced the release of its Adaptive Threat Profiling feature for Juniper Advanced Threat Prevention (ATP) Cloud, WootCloud HyperContext integration for device profiling and Juniper Secure Connect VPN application, giving organizations deep network visibility and extending security policy and access control beyond the branch office.
“Many vendors talk about Zero Trust and providing secure access end-to-end to address the dynamic nature of threats, especially with a largely remote workforce accessing the corporate network from home and the increase in IoT devices. But Juniper truly delivers on this vision. We’re extending security in ways that turn ‘dumb pipes’ into intelligent sensors and enforcement points that can dynamically optimize protections as attacks are happening. We can provide comprehensive visibility across an organization into whom and what is on the network and give our customers the means to limit their risk with minimal impact to their end-users.” Says Samantha Madrid, VP of Security Business and Strategy, Juniper Networks
“Juniper Networks’ Connected Security strategy is connecting with customers. Juniper has compelling, well-executed security components that play to its infrastructure strengths. Customers specifically praised Juniper’s performance with threat prevention enabled and enterprise buyers looking for excellent performance and solid integration with existing Juniper routers can get Connected Security from Juniper’s SRX.” says David Holmes, senior analyst, Forrester wrote in The Forrester Wave.
Juniper solves these challenges by extending visibility and security policy to any device, anywhere and adapting access to the network and threat protection to stop targeted attacks as they are happening. This further delivers on Juniper’s Connected Security strategy of providing consistent user experiences and pervasive enforcement to all points of connection across the network.