The Security Benefits Behind the Software Defined Network

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Software defined Networking is here, and there’s plenty of talk about what this means for security. As Ericka Chickowski wrote in Security Must Adjust as SDN Goes Mainstream we know one thing: security will need to continue to adjust to compensate.

While the security concerns are real, there are also many benefits to security when it comes to Software Defined Networking (SDN). As enterprises virtualized their environments they are enjoying improved resiliency, agility, and automated operations management. And the move to SDN is changing how networks are deployed, managed, and secured.

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