Today’s workplace demands a new approach to security
Distributed employees and digital business transformation have accelerated. Gone are the days of entire workforces commuting into large corporate offices. And, today, the data center is the cloud, and the security perimeter is the cloud edge.
The modern workplace demands a new approach. Organizations can simplify, secure, and scale with Secure Access Service Edge (SASE). SASE is a flexible architecture built specifically for hybrid workplaces, distributed networks, and companies with remote workers. A SASE solution provides networking and security capabilities in the cloud, offering businesses the ability to seamlessly scale up or down to a growing workforce, no matter where it is located.
The SASE security model, simplified
As opposed to traditional data center-oriented security, the SASE security model is placed at the cloud edge and offers security from end-to-end — the data center, remote offices, roaming users, and beyond. SASE provides secure access, whether an employee is logging into a cloud-based collaboration application or an on-premise application located inside the corporate data center.
The SASE security model involves several key components, most of which can be found inside of a single solution: Cisco Umbrella. Cisco Umbrella is at the center of Cisco’s SASE architecture and is a proven cloud-native solution, used by over 24,000 global organizations (and counting).
Cisco Umbrella SASE features
Cisco Umbrella features critical pieces of the SASE security model. Here are those tools and how they work:
Take the next step on the SASE journey
Cisco Umbrella offers scalable, cloud-delivered security when and how you need it. Umbrella can be your first step towards implementing a full SASE architecture at your organization. With a portfolio of cloud-delivered networking and security solutions, Cisco is the right partner on a SASE journey.
Need more information before you dive right in? Explore why Cisco Umbrella is the right SASE solution for your organization.