JuniperJuniper is this week introducing software that lets security platforms – even those made by other vendors – share and analyze log information in order to determine the root cause of network problems and fix them.

Called Adaptive Threat Management, the data-sharing software includes upgrades to its SSL VPN and Unified Access Control  devices that enable them to publish log information to a UAC server that shares the data with other platforms.

The interface between the SSL and UAC devices and the server is a standard known as IF-MAP, a communication interface for creating a two-way street between network devices and the server to which device data is published.

Read the full article on NetworkWorld.com

Juniper introduces Adaptive Threat Management
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