Kate Adam

Simplified: Juniper Connected Security

SecurityData Center
Kate Adam Headshot
In this video Juniper’s Kate Adam reads a book that explains how Juniper Connected Security can extend security to all points of connection across your network. 

Yes, your network can be more secure. 

As security threats become more sophisticated, so too must security solutions. Watch as Juniper’s Kate Adam reads a book that explains how Juniper Connected Security can extend security to all points of connection across your network. 

Show more

You’ll learn

  • The ways Juniper can help you efficiently manage your security operations

  • The three things that security operations always, always require in order to be successful 

  • How Juniper Connected Security helps organizations build threat-aware networks to keep attackers at bay and keep the network clear for business-critical traffic

Who is this for?

Security Professionals Business Leaders

Host

Kate Adam Headshot
Kate Adam
Director of Product Management, Advanced Threat, Juniper
Transcript

0:00 [Music]

0:06 let's simplify connected security when

0:13 it comes to security everyone has

0:15 noticed that threats are getting more

0:17 sophisticated and more frequent so

0:21 security solutions are getting more

0:23 sophisticated and capable but also more

0:26 difficult to manage and the security

0:29 solutions landscape has become crowded

0:31 there's a solution for every threat but

0:34 each solution has a cost tools need to

0:37 be organized and managed issues need to

0:40 be explored and resolved and all of this

0:43 takes money and time for years the focus

0:46 and security circles has been finding

0:48 every single threat and so long as

0:51 budgets can support the growth in tools

0:53 this strategy can continue but as

0:56 budgets become constrained the emphasis

0:59 shifts from merely finding threats to

1:02 more efficiently managing security

1:03 operations security operations require

1:07 three things first you have to be able

1:10 to see what's happening to clearly see

1:13 you need depth more information from

1:16 systems and devices and breath

1:18 information from every point in the

1:21 infrastructure no matter the device type

1:23 or who made it second you have to know

1:27 what to do based on what you see some

1:30 alerts are false alarms while others

1:32 identify real threats you need to know

1:35 which ones to act on and what to do

1:37 about them not every problem needs the

1:40 same solution so you need to use the

1:42 right solution in the right place

1:45 sometimes you might want to protect

1:47 against a specific threat other times

1:49 you might quarantine a host or

1:51 application the key is matching the

1:53 response to the threat

1:55 and third once you know what to do you

1:57 actually have to do it but as operating

2:00 environments become more diverse and

2:02 companies embrace mobile and multi cloud

2:04 as well as IOT and edge computing taking

2:07 actions simply cannot be a manual

2:10 operation so how do you see the threats

2:13 you must respond to identify the real

2:15 problems and automatically provide

2:17 protection if your infrastructure is a

2:21 loose collection of isolated elements or

2:23 requires too much management you can't

2:27 this is why modern security requires

2:29 that all of these things be connected

2:31 with multiple points of enforcement

2:34 throughout the network so that

2:37 information from anywhere can be used to

2:40 identify all kinds of threats and

2:43 problems can be fixed wherever you find

2:46 them effectively safeguarding users

2:49 applications and infrastructure by

2:52 extending security to all points of

2:54 connection across the network so are you

2:57 connected

3:00 [Music]

3:03 you

3:04 [Music]

Show more