What is SASE?


Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) by Gartner's definition is the convergence of networking and security to modernize connectivity and simplify security within distributed environments.

Delivered within a cloud-native architecture, the SASE framework enables organizations to deliver security capabilities via the cloud to wherever the end user is, enabling people to be more productive, safely. SASE can make Zero Trust initiatives easier to implement.

A true SASE solution will unify a Security Service Edge (SSE) platform, which includes Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA), Secure Web Gateway (SWG) and Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), with Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) from one vendor.

Why SASE is Necessary

Cloud adoption is accelerating and old approaches can't keep up.

With budgetary pressures and an increasing skills gap in IT security, organizations are moving to SASE to simplify their complex array of networking and security products.

SASE connects the modern workforce to business resources from anywhere, to help organizations secure access to applications however employees need to reach them.

Protect workers anywhere against advanced threats with cloud-delivered SASE

Keep malware out of downloads

Eliminate security gaps across web, cloud, networks, private apps

Control access based on the risk a resource presents

Prevent loss of data everywhere it's used, endpoint-to-cloud

Write policies once and use a SASE architecture to enforce them everywhere

Stop transfers of data with enterprise-grade DLP technology

Implement Zero Trust-as-a-service

Reduce complexity and cost with a converged SASE platform

Simplify deployment with a unified agent for endpoints

Safely connect remote sites to the cloud with secure SD-WAN

Automate and personalize enforcement based on risk

SASE Security Products

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엔터프라이즈 SD-WAN, 강력한 보안, SASE와의 완벽한 통합을 모두 하나로 해결.

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