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Critical Considerations When Evaluating SASE Solutions
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Securing the Hybrid World: How SASE Architecture Bolsters Security for Today's Remote Workforce
SASE has quickly become a vital tool in the arsenal of IT teams needing a more reliable solution for their now permanent hybrid, work-from-anywhere (WFA) model. However, not all SASE solutions are alike.
In today's hybrid world, IT teams face the challenge of providing secure and consistent access to corporate assets for on-premises and remote workers. The shift to home offices has exposed vulnerabilities, leading to an increase in malware attacks.
Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) offers an advanced solution that combines networking and security to ensure secure access to critical resources for remote workers. An effective SASE solution includes enterprise-class security elements like SWG, ZTNA, and CASB, along with integrated SD-WAN for reliable access to business-critical applications.
- Secure and consistent access to corporate assets is crucial for on-premises and remote workers.
- SASE architecture combines networking and security to provide a reliable solution for remote access.
- Effective SASE solutions include enterprise-class security elements and integrated SD-WAN capabilities.
SASE and FortiSASE
FortiSASE delivers a comprehensive solution to enable consistent security posture for users both on and off the network.
Work From Anywhere
The way people work has evolved, and organizations need to take measures to ensure employees can work productively and securely wherever they are located.
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Embrace the Future of Networking
July 24, 2023 - In today's digital landscape, the way we work has fundamentally evolved. With the rise of remote work and the increasing reliance on cloud-based applications, traditional network architectures are being pushed to their limits. This is where Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) comes into play...