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Secure Access Service Edge: Protecting the enterprise Secure Access Service Edge: Protecting the enterprise

Keeping networks open and secure

New approaches to evolving requirements.

SASE helps businesses optimize protection of critical assets.

Secure Access Service Edge

Protecting the enterprise

Traditional networking security architectures place the enterprise data center as the focal point for access. And despite the adoption of some Cloud-based capabilities, most network security architectures continue to be built around the data center. In today’s increasingly virtualized and mobile environments, this perspective is no longer viable.

Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) supports the dynamic secure network needs of digital enterprises by focusing on identity rather than the physical space of the data center. By combining a comprehensive range of WAN capabilities and network and server security functions, SASE helps businesses optimize protection of critical assets while enabling access to legitimate users.

Our SASE solutions provide digital security and risk professionals a worldwide fabric/mesh of capabilities to apply when and where needed to seamlessly connect entities with clearly defined levels of access. By enabling networking security professionals to focus on business, regulatory, and application access requirements rather than routine tasks, we fully leverage resource expertise. As threats evolve and new inspection mechanisms are needed, we add new functionality without requiring deployments of new hardware or software.

New approaches to keeping networks open and secure

Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)

From physical boundaries to identity-based access

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Benefits

Central Control, Local Enforcement

SASE allows cloud-based centralized management of policy with distributed enforcement points close to the entity, enabling local decision making as needed by branch offices and local agents.

Innovation

SASE services enable new digital business scenarios by making applications, services, APIs and data securely accessible to partners and contractors, without the bulk risk exposure of legacy VPN and legacy demilitarized zone (DMZ) architectures.

Improved Performance

Latency-optimized SASE solutions deployed across worldwide points of presence boost performance of latency-sensitive collaboration, video, VoIP and web conferencing applications.

Transparency and Ease of Use

Policies applied automatically, consistently and without user interaction across different Cloud-hosted applications, regardless of user/device locations. Result: reduced staff requirements and consistent experience independent of user location, type of device or data accessed.

Enable Zero Trust Access

SASE supports the shift to logically defined policies, thereby simplifying policy management and protecting sessions on and off of the enterprise network.

Use Cases

SD-WAN Security Bundle

SD-WAN Security Bundle

Prevent theft, unauthorized access and damage to data, hardware or software.

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Perimeter Security for Small and Medium Businesses

Perimeter Security for Small and Medium Businesses

Cost-effective network protection to enable business focus.

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Insights

COVID-19 Response: Adjusting to Contingencies While Maintaining Focus

COVID-19 Response: Adjusting to Contingencies While Maintaining Focus

The global pandemic is forcing enterprises to make dramatic changes on the fly. While agility is essential, leaders need to stay focused on the key priorities of security and the end user experience.

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Software-Defined Perimeters and Securing the Internet of Things

Software-Defined Perimeters and Securing the Internet of Things

Ensuring the security of IoT devices is a tall order. The connectivity and interoperability that underlie IoT functionality also pose a significant security hazard. A network strategy that enables oversight and control, and that limits access to enterprise resources in case of a breach, is imperative.

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Beginning the Zero Trust Journey with Software-Defined Perimeter Security

Beginning the Zero Trust Journey with Software-Defined Perimeter Security

The “Zero Trust” approach to enterprise security offers many benefits, but implementing the model is complex. Software-Defined Perimeter solutions can help.

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