Ken Kaminski, Cisco Systems, is the Network Security Technical Solutions Architect for the Northeastern United States and Global Financials. He specializes in BYOD implementation, Security in the Data Center, Identity Management Systems, Network Segmentation, Cisco Security, and Wireless and Network Switching and Routing Products and Technologies for large enterprise and global accounts. Mr. Kaminski has been a member of the Security Field Advisory Board at Cisco that drives security training and programs for Cisco’s Security Systems Engineers and provides customer feature requirements to Cisco Engineering. He teaches and speaks often on security related topics including Cisco Networkers and other industry forums. Prior positions include Security Architect for the Northeast US and Consulting Systems Engineer for Voice, Video, and WAN technologies at Cisco Systems. He was one of the first Consulting Systems Engineers hired at Cisco. Prior to that, he was the Senior Systems Engineer for a startup company in the carrier ATM switching market. He was also a Telecommunications Officer in the US Army leaving the service as a Forward Signals unit Company Commander. Ken has his CISSP, GCFA, GPEN, GAWN, GMOB, GPYC, and GCIA along with a BA and MA from Boston University.
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Software Defined WAN (SD-WAN) is transforming Wide Area Networks (WANs) by providing a highly available Secure WAN Transport combined with Direct Internet Access in the branches. With SD-WAN, Enterprises can mix WAN service offerings from multiple providers (MPLS, Internet, Carrier… Read More