Grant Lenehan, Principle Analyst, Appledore Research Group and Mick Higgins, SVP Product, Asavie, now part of Akamai
Enterprise digital transformation has been accelerated as a result of the pandemic and in parallel with this transformation, network security is evolving rapidly, with major implications for enterprise CIOs and their telecom suppliers. The network security framework changes are being driven by cloud, 5G and IoT, with SD-WAN and SASE technologies making networks more dynamic and open. But what does this mean for Carriers, MSPs and their enterprise customers in a world where a large percentage of employees are currently outside of the traditional network security perimeter?
Join Grant Lenehan, Principal Analyst with Appledore Research Group and Asavie’s Mick Higgins as they discuss some of the key challenges and share insights about opportunities arising from this network security evolution.
- How to extend SD-WAN & SASE to the mobile edge for improved end-to-end security
- How to simplify and scale the creation of private mobile networks to protect the distributed businesses and remote workforces.
- How to give the same security posture to the user irrespective of laptop, tablet, smartphone or MiFi.
- Improve end-user experience by automating orchestration of configuration data, roles, permissions, encryption security.
This must be done at scale, so automating orchestration of configuration data, roles, permissions, encryption security is critical to an improved end-user experience.