This week, senior level decision makers from all branches of the military have descended on Augusta, GA, for this year’s TechNet Conference. This AFCEA-sponsored event brings together military IT leaders with industry thought leaders to discuss the IT challenges facing the DoD, and the new technologies and innovations that can help our armed forced overcome them.
One of the many side discussions and presentations at this year’s conference focuses on a hot topic at all government IT and technology events – cybersecurity. Specifically, it focuses on a new approach to cybersecurity called Holistic Network Protection that can help the military protect increasingly sophisticated and convoluted networks from an increasingly sophisticated threat landscape.
The presentation, which is entitled, “Holistic Network Protection: Innovations in Software Defined Networks,” is being presented by Juniper Networks’ Senior Cybersecurity Strategist, Danielle “Dannee” Zeedick. We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Dannee to record an episode of The Modern Network Radio.
During the podcast, we discussed the TechNet Augusta Conference, the shifting threat landscape facing the military, the reasons why traditional approaches to security are no longer adequate and just what Holistic Network Protection entrails. Here is what Dannee had to say: