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9/12/2019
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Dan Reis
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Podcast: Digital Transformation, SD-WAN & Optimal Security

Dan Reis chats to Cybera's Josh Flynn about how to achieve digital transformation without sacrificing security.

Welcome to another SecurityNow Podcast.

Recently I had the opportunity to discuss digital transformation with Josh Flynn from Cybera. This is a complex, multi-faced issue that presents organizations with a number of challenges. The rapid adoption of new digital services and applications can stress the ability of existing network infrastructure to deliver performance and maintain security without having to add a lot of expensive equipment. Because the network is an enterprise frontline to the world, ensuring that it can support new services quickly without sacrificing security or performance is crucial. We will be delving into this subject with Flynn, finding out how organizations can support a digital transformation within existing budgets while maintaining security and performance.


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This podcast is sponsored by Cybera. Cybera technology is customer-proven with more than 90,000 install locations worldwide supporting point of sale, loyalty, mobile payment, tank monitoring and digital signage applications. If you want to learn more about Cybera and how it redefines secure SD-WAN for remote sites, visit www.cybera.com

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