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The 10 Hottest Security Trends To Watch At RSA Conference 2020

As RSA Conference 2020 kicks off amid three high-profile coronavirus-related vendor cancellations, CRN speaks with eight prominent executives to see what security trends they expect to be the talk of this year's event.

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Secure SD-WAN

The SD-WAN architectural shift should be about more than just connectivity, but customers for too long have been working with separate vendors for SD-WAN and security, according to Samantha Madrid, Juniper Networks’ vice president of security business and strategy. Using a single vendor for both the networking and security elements of SD-WAN will simplify the architectures and deployment, she said.

Security must be part of the initial SD-WAN architecture and shouldn’t be bolted on, and organizations making architectural design changes should be considering security from the get-go, Madrid said. If security is incorporated into the SD-WAN architecture, Madrid said customers benefit from built-in architecture that’s specific to their location, user, device and access type portfolio.

A end-to-end security strategy around SD-WAN addresses everything from initializing the connection to application access and quality assurance to being able to do deep packet inspection and file analysis themselves, according to Madrid.

 
 
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