Gartner introduces SASE
With more users, devices, applications, and data located outside of the enterprise, the existing security models are falling short. The future of network security is moving to the cloud. See how Gartner defines the secure access service edge (SASE).
Why SASE, why now?
Securing the modern network requires a great deal of time, energy, and resources that organizations don’t always have
The scoop on SASE, pronounced “sassy”
SASE offers an alternative to traditional data center-oriented security. It unifies networking and security services into a cloud-delivered service to provide access and security from edge to edge — including the data center, remote offices, roaming users, and beyond.
By consolidating point solutions in one service, SASE can offer better protection and faster performance.
New name, similar direction
Security loves its acronyms. Secure internet gateway (SIG), secure web gateway (SWG), secure access service edge (SASE), edge security and more.
Regardless of what you call it, it denotes:
- Multiple security services integrated in one cloud platform
- Flexibility to deploy security services how and where you choose
- Ability to secure direct-to-internet access, cloud app usage, and roaming users
- No appliances to deploy
Roadmap to SASE
Figuring out the best approach for your network security can be tricky. Which technology should you adopt? How can you reduce complexity, improve speed and agility, and ultimately secure your network better? We’ll help you navigate the gaps in your existing stack and give you easy steps to take to keep your organization safe and secure.
The convergence of networking and security services
Join us to find out why SASE is expected to dramatically impact the way security is delivered in the future, and why analysts are suggesting organization select one vendor to reduce complexity, data silos, and resource management constraints.
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