February 18, 2019
End of the Line: Obsolete Firewalls Compounding Enterprise Security Risks
Shield your organization against increasingly large and sophisticated attacks. Migrate from an outdated, end-of-life firewall to one of Juniper’s latest SRX Next Generation Firewalls. Find out more from one of our consultants just by filling in the form.
Why not to continue relying on an outdated firewall?
Cybercrime on the rise
As cybercrime continues to thrive, the attack surface is expanding significantly through mobile, cloud and an expected 31 billion connected Internet of Things (IoT) devices by 2020.
Operating a legacy firewall is time-consuming
In the current threat landscape, legacy security infrastructure is simply unable to handle the network speeds and evasive threats. To make matters worse, the complexity and time-consuming maintenance requirements of outdated firewalls can drain a security team’s operations by distracting valuable talent, and creating gaps that criminals, and nation-states are eager to exploit.
Interoperability issues cause complexity
Security teams can struggle with a lack of interoperability between multiple security vendors, and the data and applications they have housed across multiple disparate locations.
So how does Juniper’s SRX Series Firewall help you prioritize your security infrastructure? Watch now to learn more.
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Juniper Networks’ SRX Series Security Appliances are designed to defend against these risks, delivering integrated protection with application awareness, user identity, and content inspection. Block threats in real time, simplify security operations to respond faster to detected breaches and minimize disruptions to security operations with a holistic solution from Juniper Networks that fully considers your enterprise’s data center and application needs. Upgrade today to improve your organization’s security posture, and provide powerful protection for your organization.
Why Juniper SRX Series Firewalls?
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