How to Size Firewalls in a Public Cloud

Enterprises are moving workloads to the public cloud to gain operational efficiencies and potential cost benefits. Throughout this transition, the network design must ensure that the end-user experience is not

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Architectural Choice: The Key to a Successful SASE Journey

In the final installment of our three-part series on the journey to Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), we’ll discuss the architecture. See part two in our SASE series here. An

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Next Stop on the SASE Journey: Establishing a Plan and Team for Success

In this second installment of our three-part series on the journey to Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), the focus will be identifying team members and developing a plan that will

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DarkIRC bot exploits recent Oracle WebLogic vulnerability

  Juniper Threat Labs is seeing active attacks on Oracle WebLogic software using CVE-2020-14882. This vulnerability, if successfully exploited, allows unauthenticated remote code execution. As of this writing, we found

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AI-Driven Security Brings Better Visibility and Control to Your Network Edge

With the rise in remote work, employee devices often share networks with personal and new devices are regularly added to networks – and often, unbeknownst to IT. Incomplete network visibility

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The Road to SASE is a Journey, Not a Sprint

When it comes to securing an organization, there are so many questions to answer. Where are the organization’s users predominantly located – onsite or remote? Are there any predicted shifts

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Introducing Security Director Insights for Network Security Management

In the technology industry, there is no shortage of marketing buzzwords, oftentimes applied to product capabilities that aren’t truly able to live up to their hype. Take “single pane of

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Juniper is Recognized as a Challenger in the 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Network Firewalls

Validation is always reassuring, especially when you’ve been told it can’t be done. Stepping off of the beaten path, going against the status quo and doing something different isn’t easy.

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Gitpaste-12: a new worming botnet with reverse shell capability spreading via GitHub and Pastebin

Gitpaste-12 is a new worm recently discovered by Juniper Threat Labs, which uses GitHub and Pastebin for housing component code and has at least 12 different attack modules available. There

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Juniper’s Attacker IP feed bolsters threat protection with SecIntel

Juniper Threat Labs (JTL) has a network of sensors throughout the world that we use to monitor cyber security threats. These threats can range from Brute Force attacks against logins,

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