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Transform Business with Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)

Cloud-native, identity-driven, & edge-flexible, SASE delivers secure access across the enterprise for a distributed global workforce. Learn how SASE combines comprehensive network & security capabilities to lower cost & boost performance.

New Normal, New Demands

The steady, ongoing move toward cloud-based applications and services combined with the sudden upheaval into an entirely remote workforce confronts organizations with changes and challenges not previously considered by traditional network design and security strategies. Some of these changes include:

New Solutions

SASE is the convergence of comprehensive network and security capabilities to support secure access across digital enterprises. As a cloud-native service, SASE provides consistent and effective policy management from a centralized platform to help respond to digital business changes. For example, a SASE platform consolidates WAN/SD-WAN features with Firewall as a Service, Zero Trust Network Access and Cloud Access Security Broker into a unified service.

Cloud-native service
Identity-based, Zero Trust security
Edge-based, globally distributed POPs

Work Better with SASE

SASE architecture overcomes both legacy and 2020 challenges to enterprise networking. The cloud-based service delivers solutions that improve security and lower costs, enhancing network performance and access for all enterprise resources. SASE lets organizations work better with:

Reduced network security complexity
Stronger security management
Cost savings

SASE Positioned
to Succeed

Because it solves important IT challenges, SASE is experiencing both hype and rapid growth. For example, this new, cloud-native, as-a-Service model enables transformation from centralized data center security to edge-based software-as-a-service (SaaS). Rapid SaaS expansion has led to the adoption of service-delivered security products (SecaaS), which focus from the edge to the core. SASE promises to meet this need through the convergence of security and network.

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