Juniper strengthens its cloud-based security management platform

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With the Secure Edge Pack, Juniper extends the security features of its cloud-based Security Director Cloud security management platform and strengthens its secure access service offering.

Secure Edge is integrated

Juniper Networks has added firewall-as-a-service, policy, and segmentation capabilities to its cloud-based security offering, which enables enterprises to control and protect resources on-premises or in the cloud. Juniper’s Secure Edge offering extends and strengthens the core enterprise security capabilities of its Security Director Cloud cloud management platform, as well as the vendor’s Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) strategy.

Security Director Cloud learns customer policies and configurations and syncs them with on-premises firewalls. It includes zero-touch provisioning and configuration wizards for secure connectivity, content security, and advanced threat prevention. It also integrates Security Director Insights, which correlates attack information with threat intelligence, including attack data collected from other vendors’ products, so it automatically updates policies. of security. In addition, the unified policy management provided by the Secure Edge package allows customers to create policies once and enforce them for applications and users regardless of where they are working from (campus, branch or domicile).

Integration with identity providers

“Security policies stay with the user wherever they go, protecting users, devices and applications without having to copy or recreate rulesets,” the OEM said. “Juniper Secure Edge includes application identification, intrusion prevention, malware detection, comprehensive web filtering and proxying, and advanced threat protection, all without the need to inspect traffic.” multiple times or forward it to related threat protection services,” wrote Samantha Madrid, vice president of product management in Juniper’s Security Business & Strategy group, in a blog post.

Secure Edge will also integrate with identity providers like Azure AD, Okta and others with support for Security Assertion Mkup Language (SAML) 2.0. “Secure Edge makes it easy to deploy effective application control, content filtering, and threat prevention in the cloud, without compromising visibility or enforcement of security safeguards,” further wrote. Ms Madrid. “The goal of Security Director Cloud and Secure Edge is to make it easier for organizations to migrate to a SASE environment,” said Samantha Madrid. “With the right security architecture, combined with continuous visibility from client to workload, security assurance, and a single policy framework, enterprises can leverage their existing security investments. security while moving to a SASE architecture,” said the manager.

Juniper already has various security products within the global Connected Security architecture supporting its SASE offerings. For example, Juniper’s cloud-based Advanced Threat Prevention (ATP) solution provides advanced malware protection. Juniper’s SRX and vSRX firewalls offer remote configuration and control of security, networking and application policies.

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