The amount of data that needs to be managed by cybersecurity teams, often overworked and lacking in staff, can reach very high levels, also due to the time required to analyse and correlate manually data on threats from different sources.
As a result, companies need unified cybersecurity solutions that can interact with existing devices and display data so that priority events can be defined and can be used to make decisions.
To meet this need, Juniper Networks has introduced improvements to its unified cybersecurity platform, open to integration and governed by automation.
These are updates that simplify security activities, reducing threat identification times and orchestrating containment actions. The result is greater productivity and greater security for business and cloud networks, from AWS to Azure, from Google Cloud to private data centers.
The unified cybersecurity platform is based on Software-Defined Secure Networks (SDSN) and allows you to stop threats in the early stages of propagation.
What it means to simplify cybersecurity
Consolidated timeline of the behaviour of integrated block threats
To provide security teams with a complete and simplified view of threats and allow for one-click containment, the Juniper Networks SRX Series Next-Generation firewalls now directly feed the Advanced Threat Prevention This integration allows you to aggregate and correlate security events from different Juniper and third-party sources in a consolidated view in the form of timeline of all threats on the network, making possible an immediate and proactive defense against known and unknown threats. Security teams have the opportunity to give priority to critical alarms and contain threats with just one click.
Adaptive recognition and automated response against advanced threats
In line with the promise to use the entire network for security application, Juniper ATP Appliance brings built-in threat behavior analysis and one touch containment functions to Junos Space Security Director Policy Enforcer, thus offering a This integration allows adaptive malware detection and automatic activation of policy application, substantially strengthening protection in network and cloud environments.
Extension of cloud workload protection
Security Director Policy Enforcer is now integrated with Amazon Web Services (AWS). Juniper extends the protection of multicloud workloads ensuring uniform security in multicloud environments, protecting workloads in AWS Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs).
Sharing knowledge on the threat scenario
With entry into the Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA), Juniper strengthens its commitment to an open and unified approach to cybersecurity. CTA is an organisation dedicated to enhancing the security of the global digital ecosystem by sharing information on threats. During the RSA Juniper event, it will show the new website information about threats containing the latest research, information about ongoing attacks and the activities of Juniper Threat Labs.