SD-WAN Security: 3 Reasons to make it Top Priority by Ben Ferguson

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For CTOs thinking about migrating from an MPLS network architecture to SD-WAN or a hybrid architecture, security has to be the number one priority.  SD WAN acts as a carrier-independent logical overlay network with the ability to relay commands to and receive data from WAN nodes on one or more public or private WANs (and even LTE networks). This makes enterprise device deployment quick, easy and scalable with boxes able to be delivered to data centers and branches (or cloud PoPs), plugged in, configured and activated, even by non-IT personnel. Some will automatically call 'home' on activation, instantly becoming part of the WAN. Whereas MPLS is adequate for small enterprises with no public internet-based apps or services, it is expensive and inflexible when you need to expand and/or venture out on to the public internet. Before writing your WAN RFP or speaking to SD WAN consultants, make sure you have....

February 14, 2018
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