What are the security implications of implementing software defined networking?
SDN is a maturing technology, which justifies trepidations when it comes to the security aspect of it. Security now needs to be built into the very fabric and architecture of the network.
This WEI Tech Brief discusses the security implications of SDN by exploring:
- Why traditional security models can't effectively support the dynamic networks of today
- Improved network visibility and the other major benefits of SDN-based security
- The potential operational challenges and how to overcome them with proper planning
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