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June 2017 | By Michel Boulay @ FMlogistic
SD-WAN vs Security
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SD-WAN vs Security
 

Most of SD-WAN players focus on site-to-site links (through MPLS or VPNs) or site-to-cloud (mainly AWS and Azure). This means that this devices will be exposed on internet. Are they strong enough to protect themselves from botnets, scripts kiddies or some other basic attaks? Most of SD-WAN manufacturer don't care about it, they request no security certification to prove that they are not a security flow to our business.

 

 

Michel Boulay

Expert network engineer and

architect at FMlogistic

 

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