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How a Private Cloud Approach to SASE Helped Reduce Disruption From a Severed Sub-sea Cable

It feels like sub-sea cable disruptions are becoming ever more common, with recent reports of major outages caused by severed cables in the Mediterranean, the Red Sea, the North Sea, and—most recently—off the coast of Africa.
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Network Security Gets Sassy: The Benefits of Unified SASE for the Modern Business

Modern businesses looking to thrive in today's digital era are increasingly seeking technologies that enable faster and more secure connectivity across their global organization. Not only to successfully deliver digital transformation initiatives but also operational efficiencies and cost savings and to support knowledge workers who are either hybrid or fully remote working. As a result, this is driving demand for Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) solutions.

Unlock the Power of Next Gen SASE Branch with IoT/OT Device Intelligence Integrated in Unified SASE Gateway

Imagine a future where office coffee machines autonomously order beans, and both comfort and energy efficiency are effortlessly managed through smart lighting and temperature controls, alongside smart factories leveraging robotic arms for optimal production. With the internet of things (IoT) market expected to reach 55.7 billion devices by 2025, as predicted by IDC, this potential future brings thrilling opportunities and serious challenges.

Using Insight to Seize the SASE Opportunity

In today’s hybrid working environment, the software as a service (SaaS) apps employees use, and security service edge (SSE) solutions organizations use to secure it are dynamic and distributed. You sometimes need to deal with complex user experience issues without clear visibility into where they originate. Let’s take a look at some increasingly common situations and explore some proven ways IT leaders are regaining control.

Netskope One: The Only Enterprise-Grade SASE Platform That Integrates One Engine, One Client, One Gateway, and One Network

Today we are very excited to unveil Netskope One, which is our new name for the full range of market-leading Netskope capabilities that are contained in, and delivered by, a single platform. Netskope One enables security, infrastructure and operations (I&O) teams to reduce risk, cost, and complexity, protecting and accelerating everything to everywhere. Not only can we offer these unique capabilities; crucially, we are the only vendor that can deliver them all in a single platform.

Solving the SASE User Experience Challenge with Proactive Digital Experience Management (P-DEM)

In today’s era of digital transformation, organizations are rapidly shifting towards a distributed and dynamic digital infrastructure. This new reality is characterized by hybrid workforces, software as a service (SaaS), and cloud hosting. While this transformation brings numerous benefits, it also introduces significant challenges for IT organizations, particularly in terms of maintaining visibility over user experience and performance management.

Introducing Cato EPP: SASE-Managed Protection for Endpoints

As cyber threats continue expanding, endpoints have become ground zero in the fight to protect corporate resources. Advanced cyber threats pose a serious risk, so protecting corporate endpoints and data should be a high priority. Endpoint Protection Platforms (EPPs) are the first line of defense against endpoint cyber-attacks. It provides malware protection, zero-day protection, and device and application control. Additionally, EPPs serve a valuable role in meeting regulatory compliance mandates.