Software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) is a useful tool to view an organization’s network architecture. But while it can be useful, its lack of security, unreliable performance and complexity can prove challenging for organizations. To help address these challenges, ISACA and Palo Alto Networks will present the “Best Practices for Secure Branch Connectivity With SD-WAN” webinar. This webinar takes place on 23 January at 11 am CST (UTC -6 hours), and ISACA members can earn 1 continuing professional education (CPE) hour by attending this webinar.
In this webinar, Koroush Saraf, vice president of product management at Palo Alto Networks, and Pradeep Singh, vice president of global infrastructure and operations at Palo Alto Networks, will provide practical strategies to address the shortcomings of SD-WAN. Those who attend this webinar will learn how SD-WAN best practices can ensure consistent security at the branch, high performance end to end and simple SD-WAN adoption.
To learn more about this webinar or to register for it, visit the Best Practices for Secure Branch Connectivity With SD-WAN page of the ISACA website.