5 Steps to SASE and Zero Trust with a focus on Controlling Access to Cloud and Private Apps without VPNs
The pandemic of 2020 caused many IT teams to perform heroic acts to keep people productive amid the unprecedented exodus from the office. With the focus now shifting to enabling people to work safely from anywhere, not just their home, many organizations are looking to replace the short-term workarounds they put in place with more sustainable solutions. As SASE was designed specifically for this use case, interest in this cloud-based architecture has been greatly accelerated.
So where should start? Let’s explore what’s holding you back. In a 5-step approach, you can select your on-ramp in your journey to a SASE architecture and avoid looking in the rearview mirror, because if you’ve implemented SASE successfully, you’ll achieve a Zero Trust approach.
In this session we dive into step 2 and learn how:
- VPNs and backhauling cause more problems than they solve
- Visibility into app usage more important than ever with remote
- Zero Trust explicit permission done right keeps things seamless, easy