Why we acquired Secucloud, and what does it mean for our customers?
Why we acquired Secucloud, and what does it mean for our customers?

Today, we announced the acquisition of Secucloud, GmbH, an innovative security technology company, based in Germany. This is Aryaka’s first acquisition in the history of our company, and I would like to provide some additional context on the reasons behind it, what we see on the road ahead and how we believe our customers will […]

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Defy the Rules: Get 3 out of 3!
Defy the Rules: Get 3 out of 3!

The other day, while re-reading “Michelangelo and the Pope’s Ceiling” (written by Ross King and published by Penguin Books), it struck me that Michelangelo changed his approach from being a strictly Do-it-yourself proponent early in the project (the entire Sistine Chapel project took 9 years) to more effectively outsourcing key expertise in order to finish […]

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SASE: A Reality Check
SASE: A Reality Check

Have you heard the classic Indian fable where six blind men touch different parts of an elephant only to land on completely different perceptions of what an elephant is? The story gets you to think whether one can claim out-and-out authority on a subject, based solely on a subjective experience? Before I tell you how […]

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A Few Thoughts about SASE
A Few Thoughts about SASE

What is SASE from an enterprise’s standpoint? Most enterprises don’t necessarily resonate with the buzzword yet, but can identify with the target architecture that a Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) solution, wants to bring about as a foundational element of their WAN infrastructure for the next decade. Simplistically (as defined by Gartner), it is the […]

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Securing the Software-Defined Branch with Aryaka Zones and Partner Solutions
Securing the Software-Defined Branch with Aryaka Zones and Partner Solutions

Last week I blogged about Aryaka HybridWAN and its innovative approach to deliver internet connectivity with enterprise class SLAs to the branch. Of course, as soon as you open branches to the internet, security is a major concern. When it comes to security in SD-WAN, it’s easy to observe there are two generic approaches in our […]

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5 Best Practices for SD-WAN Security
5 Best Practices for SD-WAN Security

Securing IT resources within four walls is hard enough, but it’s a challenge of a different order when it comes to securing a WAN with links reaching around the world, provided by a range of service providers and supporting a mix of endpoint security appliances. The security picture gets even murkier when you bring in […]

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SD-WAN Security Best Practices for Multi-Cloud Connectivity
SD-WAN Security Best Practices for Multi-Cloud Connectivity

Cloud platforms and SaaS applications have created more connections across diverse locations, and global enterprises are finding that they require a defense in depth security strategy to protect their digital resources. So what strategies using SD-WAN can be applied to maintain best-in class security across a global network? Lightreading’s SecurityNow recently hosted a webinar with […]

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SD-WAN and Cloud-Based Security: A Winning Combination for Global Enterprises

In case you missed it, Aryaka and Palo Alto Networks recently held a webinar to discuss how organizations can achieve secure, reliable connectivity by combining SD-WAN with cloud-based security. If your business runs on cloud applications, like many today do, then you know how important it is to have a network that connects employees around […]

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Dissecting Cloud Security Strategies – IT Conference | Blog

After spending more than 20 years in the IT and cloud security industry, I have joined Aryaka Networks, a company headquartered in Silicon Valley that is revolutionizing the enterprise WAN space. I lead Aryaka’s Global Security and IT functions, and I’m chartered with making Aryaka the most secure solution in the market while establishing fully […]

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