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Juniper’s David Mihelcic: Unified Network, Automation to Drive Federal Network Defense

TYSONS CORNER, VA, March 14, 2018 — David Mihelcic, federal chief technology and strategy officer of Juniper Networks (NYSE: JNPR), has said network components such as firewalls and switches will work to secure federal networks when integrated into a single domain to support real-time threat analysis, ExecutiveBiz reported Friday.

He wrote in a FedTech guest post that disparate network elements should be unified, equipped with malware detection and supplemented with automated policy enforcement and intelligent machine learning in order to limit the potential attack surface amid the prevalence of connected devices in the internet of things.

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