SASE explained: The complete guide to SASE

Technology continues to change the way we work and communicate. Cloud,  SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) platforms, and IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) make it easy to collaborate and operate everywhere, but they present new security and networking challenges as users, data, and applications move outside the traditional network perimeter.

Several common challenges arise, including:

  • Gaps in visibility, security controls, and management
  • Rising costs and integration challenges
  • Increased attack surface area
  • Poor user experience
  • Costly, complex hardware lifecycles

These challenge make it clear that legacy network architectures cannot meet the security and connectivity needs of today, leaving businesses vulnerable and unproductive while frustrating employees. To overcome these challenges, many are turning to Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) to overcome these challenges, providing a single, integrated platform that provides a more flexible, scalable, and secure approach to networking and security that's accessible everywhere.

However, SASE is an emerging product category with many definitions, and not all SASE solutions are created equal. Like a hardware firewall, there are a variety of ways providers approach SASE and varying levels of security and networking capabilities built in.

Download our eBook to learn more about what SASE can do, the pros and cons of different SASE approaches, and how to determine which one is right for your business.

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