SASE

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The Right Steps to SASE: Refactor Internal Data Center Controls to Closed Loop Risk Management

The following is an excerpt from Netskope’s recent book Designing a SASE Architecture for Dummies. This is the sixth in a series of seven posts detailing a set of incremental steps for implementing a well-functioning SASE architecture. Throughout this series, we repeat that the data center is just one more place people and data have to go—it’s no longer the center of attention.

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The SASE Solution to Network and Security's Complicated Relationship Status

If our friends Security and Networking were on Facebook, they would probably both list their relationship status as “It’s Complicated.” Sometimes everything’s great, but now and then things can get a little weird, unclear, or uncomfortable. At many organizations, there has traditionally been a barrier between the security and networking teams. Each team has its own objectives — and at times, those objectives can be at cross-purposes.

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The Right Steps to SASE: Extend Zero Trust to Data Protection and Private Access

The following is an excerpt from Netskope’s recent book Designing a SASE Architecture for Dummies. This is the fifth in a series of seven posts detailing a set of incremental steps for implementing a well-functioning SASE architecture. Now that your organization is smarter about its traffic, able to see what’s going on, and able to enforce policies to secure its data, you can realize the promise of a remote-first workforce.

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Bridging the Network-Security Divide with SASE Thinking

The many business benefits made possible by digital transformation are undoubtedly making waves across industries. Data is the raw material that drives smarter decision-making, and as such, drives value for organizations, but things quickly get challenging when you start to consider how all that data will be used—and who has access to it, when.

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Palo Alto Networks teams with AT&T to deliver managed SASE

Remote workforces accessing applications and data that are located anywhere is the “new normal.” Across the globe, organizations of all sizes are struggling to modernize their infrastructures to accommodate this new reality while accelerating their digital transformation initiatives.

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The Right Steps to SASE: Introduce Zero Trust Principles to Web, Cloud, and Activity Access

The following is an excerpt from Netskope’s recent book Designing a SASE Architecture for Dummies. This is the fourth in a series of seven posts detailing a set of incremental steps for implementing a well-functioning SASE architecture. This is when you’ll begin to put NG-SWG to work as you lay the foundation of your SASE. Fortunately, the capabilities needed to set things right are built into NG-SWG.

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The Right Steps to SASE: Place Core Inspection Points Between Users and Apps

This is the third in a series of seven posts detailing a set of incremental steps for implementing a well-functioning SASE architecture. With a Next Generation Secure Web Gateway (NG-SWG) firmly in place and your visibility into all your traffic dramatically increased, one thing is certain: You may not like what you see next. Are your people using Microsoft Office 365? Salesforce? Workday? Box? The answer is almost certainly, yes.

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The Right Steps to SASE: Gain Awareness and Visibility

The following is an excerpt from Netskope’s recent book Designing a SASE Architecture for Dummies. This is the second in a series of seven posts detailing a set of incremental steps for implementing a well-functioning SASE architecture. The first step in solving any problem is admitting there is one.

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