Duration 1 Hour
Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) is a virtualized approach to networking that elevates network traffic management away from hardware and premises to next-gen software in the cloud for enhanced agility, centralized control, and visibility. Organizations of all types are taking advantage of SD-WAN to modernize their networks, reduce latency, lower costs, and support future business initiatives. But what does it mean for your cybersecurity program?
Join this webinar to discover:
• Why SD-WAN forces organizations to rethink their cybersecurity architecture.
• Which solutions unify protection across office-based and mobile users.
• How to navigate the many security products available.
You'll also get a live demo from AT&T Cybersecurity Managed Security Services on how to continuously protect your critical assets as you evolve your network with SD-WAN technologies.
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Mary Blackowiak, Lead Product Marketing Manager, AT&T Cybersecurity
Mary Blackowiak is a Lead Product Marketing Manager for network security with AT&T. She has over a decade of B2B marketing experience in the high-tech space including positions with Forcepoint, NSS Labs, and Best Buy for Business. Mary has a passion for technology and a natural curiosity for understanding how everything works. This is reflected in her choice in education, holding a master’s degree in cybersecurity and information assurance as well as a bachelor’s degree in network design and management.
Chris Johnson, Technical Product Manager, AT&T Cybersecurity
Chris Johnson has been in the network and security industry for over fifteen years. He spends the majority of his time in operations and DevOps. Chris has held positions for companies such as Juniper, Netskope, and VMware where he focused a large amount of time on product interoperability and synergies in consulting for several years before he transitioned to Technical Product Management.