SD-WAN: Best Practices for Application Delivery & Multi-Cloud Security
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
1:00 p.m. EDT / 10:00 a.m. PDT
As enterprises embrace digital transformation, their vulnerability to security breaches increases as their attack surface expands. With cloud platforms, SaaS applications and more connections across diverse locations, global enterprises are finding that they require a defense in depth security strategy to protect both mission-critical applications and data.
So what SD-WAN strategies can be applied to maintain best-in class security across a global network?
This webinar explores SD-WAN architectures in depth and the best practices and essentials for delivering multi-layered, defense in depth security through your global enterprise WAN, while also enhancing application performance required to improve productivity at the speed of today’s business environment.
In this webinar, you will learn about:
- How a global manufacturing leader applied layered security to their network
- Challenges in protecting mission-critical applications for global enterprises
- The importance of deploying multiple layers of security to protect business-critical data
- Integration best practices that provide global enterprises with enhanced security infrastructure and faster application performance
Glenn Hensley, IT Infrastructure Manager, Makino
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Glenn Hensley is the IT Infrastructure Manager for Makino, a global leader in Manufacturing technology development, and oversees North America operations for network security and data delivery over the enterprise WAN. Glenn has over 15 years experience developing network configurations for companies such as Hewlett Packard, Proctor & Gamble, Time Warner Cable, and General Electric.
Andy Leong, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Aryaka
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Andy is the Senior Director of Product Marketing at Aryaka, the market leader in global SD-WAN solutions. He is responsible for the company's go-to-market strategy and outbound marketing, bringing over 20 years of leadership experience across the networking and applications space.
Mouli Radhakrishnan, Vice President of Product Management, Aryaka
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Mouli is the Vice President of Product Management at Aryaka and leads the technology development for Aryaka’s solutions, along with the strategic business development partnerships to help expand global enterprise services. He has over 20 years of experience in developing network technology advancements in security and application delivery.
Scott Ferguson, Editor, Security Now
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Prior to joining Enterprise Cloud News, he was director of audience development for InformationWeek, where he oversaw the publications' newsletters, editorial content, email and content marketing initiatives. Before that, he served as editor-in-chief of eWEEK, overseeing both the website and the print edition of the magazine. For more than a decade, Scott has covered the IT enterprise industry with a focus on cloud computing, datacenter technologies, virtualization, IoT and microprocessors, as well as PCs and mobile. Before covering tech, he was a staff writer at the Asbury Park Press and the Herald News, both located in New Jersey. Scott has degrees in journalism and history from William Paterson University, and is based in Greater New York.
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