How SDN is Changing AT&T’s Security Strategy

AT&T is going virtual. Our move to a software-defined network (SDN) allows us to maximize responsiveness and efficiency, plus it provides additional layers of security. A virtual security practice lets us automatically update security, instead of relying on manual updates. This means we can rapidly deploy security measures in an attack to help limit its impact.

Check out SVP and Chief Security Officer Ed Amoroso discussing how the shift to SDN will change AT&T’s security strategy with Fortune here.

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