Netskope: 5 Reasons Why Security for the Cloud Should be Delivered from the Cloud
Once upon a time employees worked exclusively from an office location, accessing resources and applications in their data centre using personal computers that were fixed to their desks. And in this world it made sense that security tools were also located in the office or data centre - inside the perimeter - since that’s where the users, data and servers that needed protecting resided.
‘Once upon a time’ isn’t really that long ago but things have changed quickly, and the way of operating outlined above is now obsolete. Today employees work remotely more frequently than ever, the average enterprise uses more than 1000 cloud applications, and IDC is predicting that by 2025, 49% of the world’s stored data will reside in public cloud environments.
So, if users, data and applications have all moved into the cloud, why do so many organisations still have security tools such as Data Loss Prevention, Threat Prevention, Remote Access VPN, and Secure Web Gateways running in their data centre?!
In this webinar Netskope will:
- Share 5 reasons why it makes perfect sense to deliver security from the cloud
- Highlight the benefits of a globally distributed private security network
- Explain Gartner’s Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) architecture