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Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) Briefing

The cloud, remote work, evolving working habits and an increasingly technology savvy workforce has changed how and where people are connecting to applications and critical resources. These changes are forcing enterprise networks to change to provide secure access. This briefing will explain how the network and security worlds are colliding to deliver Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) and how you can prepare.

Goals & Objectives

Secure Access Service Edge, or SASE (pronounced “sassy”), is an emerging cybersecurity concept that Gartner described in the August 2019 report The Future of Network Security in the Cloud. SASE is the convergence of WAN and network security services like CASB, FWaaS and Zero Trust into a single, cloud-delivered service model.

This SASE technology briefing will go over two main important features, Security as a Service and Network as a Service.

Network as a Service 

  • SD-WAN
  • SSL VPN
  • IPsec VPN
  • Zero Trust Network Access
  • Carrier Neutral Facilities

Security as a Service

  • FWaaS
  • CASB
  • DNS Security
  • Cloud Secure Web Gateway
  • SSL Decryption
  • Data Loss Prevention