The SASE Approach and how the Future of Security Lies in the Cloud

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The IT market has only, in the past few years, come to terms with the disruption caused by the advent of cloud. It’s hard to imagine now, but only a dozen years ago, there was huge skepticism in the market about moving to a cloud model: there were concerns about cost, about skills and, most of all, about security.

Fast forward to today, and Secure access service edge (SASE) is quite a buzz phrase at the moment. It represents a key element of moving to cloud environments and, simply put, SASE is security for the cloud age.

The drive to cloud has been prompted by a need to be more flexible in provision of services.

It’s apparent that by moving to cloud, organizations have to prepare themselves for another paradigm as the traditional approach to security is going to leave users unprotected.

Read this white paper to learn how SaaS has altered our thinking about software delivery and why it’s time to rethink the way that we handle security in the age of cloud.

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