Juniper Networks – AI-Managed SD-WAN for CMC Networks
A new breed of hybrid cloud and SD-WAN applications is being targeted to protect organizations’ data today and in the future. This includes advanced virtual and physical security applications for cloud and public cloud data centers, AI-powered data analytics, network security, and compliance and risk reduction across public and private cloud networks.
According to a recent Juniper Networks announcement, the company has selected CMC Networks, Inc. for its Advanced Network Security (AiNS) solution that will allow Juniper Networks, Inc. to incorporate AI-enabled security applications into the company’s leading Cloud Management, Storage, and Voice solutions.
AiNS is an end-to-end, intelligent network security solution that includes the ability to dynamically segment the network in real time in real-time to provide the optimal security posture for networks from physical security appliances to cloud and service provider-based services. The solution combines the ability of intelligent edge routing and network security to provide intelligent network cybersecurity through proactive risk detection. Through the use of AI, network security applications can be optimized to handle emerging threats such as IoT, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and other data intensive applications today, as well as advance the use of security as a service and protect against threats of the future.
“The need for a network security solution that can provide the best of both worlds — a secure perimeter, with protection for physical and virtual devices, and the ability to efficiently manage the network on a network-by-network basis — is one that we have seen for many years,” said Jim Smith, VP Operations of Juniper Networks, a market leader in enterprise network security.
Juniper Networks is a network security solutions provider that offers complete solutions that combine enterprise, cloud management, and public cloud, including virtualization solutions, for end users, operators and the public internet. The company also provides cloud security solutions on behalf of third parties.
“The combination of a network security solution with the latest security features in virtualization and edge, the AI enabled, AI-based security solutions for virtualized networks, with a cloud-based, network security solution for public clouds provides enterprises with the best of both worlds,” said Smith.
First for Africa : AI-Managed SD-WAN for CMC Networks.
Article Title: First for Africa : AI-Managed SD-WAN for CMC Networks | Network Security. Full Article Text: In his keynote address at the Open Data Institute’s 2019 Digital Security Forum in Washington DC the Minister of Information Security and Technology, MOH, Mr. Bala Despatche, spoke about the first for Africa : AI-Managed SD-WAN for CMC Networks. The Minister mentioned, in a nutshell, that he is a huge fan of Artificial Intelligence and how it is evolving to address cybersecurity and network security.
AI and SD-WAN are inter-related, but in actuality, there is significant overlap in their application. AI systems are now widely used in both the SD-WAN and the SDN environments. SD-WAN has the ability to provide network security with a robust architecture that makes it difficult to attack.
There are a number of challenges in SD-WAN that need to be tackled, such as network address translation, IP address spoofing attacks, and the threat of attacks from malicious SD-WAN elements.
With the advent of Artificial Intelligence and machine learning, such challenges are now much easier to address.
One way to address these challenges is by using Artificial Intelligence in order to enhance the network security posture of a SD-WAN environment. For instance, in the SD-WAN scenario, to provide a network security posture, a Security Manager (SM) can employ a network address translation (NAT) layer to identify the source and destination IP addresses of traffic. The network address translation layer will then be used to translate the source and destination IP addresses of traffic to unique identifiers (for source and destination IP addresses). The network address translation layer is also used to filter out attacks based on the unique traffic identifiers in the network. The SM can then use these identifiers to identify potential threats and send alerts to the network manager.
Another example of using AI to enhance the security posture of a network is by applying Machine Learning. Machine Learning is in the process of being deployed and deployed in the field and this also includes improving the capabilities of the SD-WAN security posture.
Machine Learning (ML) is another term used in the world of AI, the theory and practice of developing computers and machines based on patterns and data.
Article Title: Juniper Networks | Network Security.
The Juniper Networks security platform is composed of a suite of products that together form a complete security infrastructure to protect both the network and the devices running on it. As with any security platform, there are trade-offs between the costs and benefits of security. Security vendors, in many cases, must compromise between ease of use and the degree of security possible. As Juniper networks grow in size and complexity, it’s apparent that the trade-off between security and ease of use must be continually evaluated. One of the key issues to evaluate when adding security to a network is the amount of time required to configure the features available in the network. As a result, we’ve developed a quick set of steps to help users configure the Juniper Networks platform in a few easy to understand, step-by-step format and help you understand how it works.
Juniper Networks security products protect a wide range of network segments. These include the Juniper Networks network core, virtual private networks (VPNs), enterprise networks, and the Juniper Networks Firewall. The Juniper Networks suite of products protect IP/link level security features, such as traffic encryption and access control. Each feature is supported by a separate product, so there is no redundancy in these products.
For the sake of brevity, we’ve focused this section on the Juniper Networks firewall and VPN products and included the Juniper Networks core and Virtual Private Networks product line to illustrate how we work together to protect the integrity of a network.
To protect the integrity of an entire network, network security features are generally configured as required to prevent the loss of any data on a device at a higher security level than any individual security feature. At a lower level, the Juniper Networks security features allow for some flexibility for network administrators.
The Juniper Networks security features are controlled by two different groups of applications. The first group of applications are the network monitoring applications. These applications are used to collect, log, and analyze information related to traffic on the network. These applications are also used to communicate with the Juniper Networks virtual private network stack, which protects the security and confidentiality of the virtual private network. The second group of applications are the applications for the VPN gateway and the core. These applications are used to provide the backbone necessary to create a virtual private network connection.
Juniper Networks Threat Assessment – Threat-based Attacks Against Open Source Software and Desktop Software.
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The Juniper Networks Threat Assessment – Threat-based Attacks Against Open Source Software and Desktop Software.
Juniper Networks Threat Analysis of vulnerabilities in open source software (OSS) and desktop software (Desktop Software), including OpenSSL, OpenSSH and GnuPG, was conducted in February 2010 with a primary objective of finding ways to exploit vulnerabilities in these products, as well as attacks against them. The vulnerabilities were discovered by the Open Source Initiative (OSI) to include issues in these products, as well as in the OSI and other related software packages.
The Juniper Networks Security Intelligence (SIGINT) teams conducted the SIGINT (Signals Intelligence) monitoring of the OSS and Desktop Software vendors. The SIGINT team also worked closely with the OSI to provide their findings to the OSI. On the SIGINT monitoring of these open source software and desktop software products, one of the key SIGINT topics is “Backdoors and Malware”. In this section, we will describe the SIGINT findings and the methods that were used in this assessment, the impact, and the conclusions that were reached. This section is not exhaustive, but is intended to provide background for the readers.
Juniper Networks was formed in 1989 by the merger of a number of corporations, including Juniper Networks Inc and Juniper Networks Inc, Inc. The company initially focused on network equipment and telecommunications networking. In 2001, the company expanded into security and was acquired by Juniper Networks in 2003. In 2006, the company acquired Neurath, Inc. and was rebranded as Juniper Networks, Inc.
Juniper Networks focuses on network and security to protect an organization’s assets with the goal of improving security posture and reducing risk within IT environments. The company primarily focuses on security and privacy, in addition to network hardware and software.
The company’s primary operating platforms are the Junos family of platforms and the Junos operating system. Juniper Networks also has many other products in its business portfolio, as well as its open source portfolio. Open Source software is software that is not maintained by the vendor but rather by the creator of the software.
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