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Aviatrix Improves Secure Cloud Networking with Network Behavior Analytics
Fremont, CA: The rapid adoption of cloud services is compelling enterprise customers to shift their business-critical applications and workloads into the cloud instead of on-premises and private data centers. Enterprise customers have already begun transforming their WAN architecture to cloud-based networking. This significant change is driven by distributed and remote connectivity requirements.
Aviatrix, the pioneer of secure cloud networking, has added new security features to ThreatIQ with ThreatGuardtm. Aviatrix ThreatIQTM now provides continuous Network Behavior Analytics built into the cloud network fabric, thanks to its new capabilities. The analytics are customized for each environment, improve over time, as well as complement signature-based threat defenses by fingerprinting workload and traffic characteristics.
ThreatIQ with ThreatGuardtm integrates security into the Aviatrix multi-cloud data plane, allowing every network node to provide security inspection and enforcement. Distributed threat visibility and control built natively into the network data plane recognizes traffic to malicious destinations and allows policy-based automated remediation to take place safely.
"The priority for PACCAR's cloud infrastructure team is to quickly respond to the dynamic needs of our business and our customers, supporting an evolving supply chain landscape while also delivering new global connected services to customers," stated Dallas Thornton, Director, Digital Services at PACCAR. "Aviatrix is a critical part of our architecture that enables us to deliver new business capabilities while layering in enhanced security natively into our multi-cloud networking infrastructure."