WEBINAR – Secure access from anywhere to everywhere

  Learn how Secure Managed SD-WAN can help your business in a post pandemic world.   Following on from our recent article detailing the Iricent Secure Managed SD-WAN offering (here), we will be hosting a joint webinar with Fortinet to provide further details for interested customers on the 20th April at 10am. To register, please follow this link or contact us directly on info@iricent.com for more details.      ...

Secure access from anywhere to everywhere

Iricent recently featured in the Sunday Business Post (28 March 2021) with details of our Secure Managed SD-WAN service using Fortinet Secure SD-WAN. A copy of the article is below and the original can be found here.   With digital transformation under way across every industry sector, secure access to data has become more important than ever. However, given a shifting threat landscape and continued remote-working, traditional security is no longer adequate and not enough to secure networks. The pandemic has driven huge change in working practices, but cloud computing was already making traditional perimeter-based endpoint security redundant. Iricent is leading Irish companies to greater security by deploying Software-Defined Wide Area Networks (SD-WAN) and cloud-based Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) infrastructure. Partnering with leading global cybersecurity vendor Fortinet, Iricent’s SD-WAN and SASE solutions deliver the networking capability that keeps businesses running while dealing with the fact that, given data is no longer confined to the office, traditional network security is no longer enough. In a world that has been turned inside out and is seeing more user work performed off the enterprise network than on it, along with more traffic from branch sites and remote offices heading to public clouds than to the centre of enterprise, this new approach is needed more than ever. SD-WAN has emerged as the go-to solution for re-architecting the enterprise network and facilitating digital transformation objectives such as cloud migration. Key reasons for adopting SD-WAN include application visibility and prioritisation, traffic flow control, policy setting, resilience, bandwidth usage reporting and encryption. SASE, meanwhile, recognises that businesses are increasingly reliant on cloud-based applications to run...