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2023: The year of SASE? Not So Fast Says SSE!!!

If you’ve not downloaded the first ever SSE Adoption report conducted by CyberSecurity Insiders, do! CyberSecurity Insiders, is a 500,000+ member online community for information security professionals, bringing together the best minds dedicated to advancing cybersecurity and protecting organizations across all industries, company sizes, and security roles. They are a comprehensive source for everything related to cybersecurity – connecting people, opportunities, and ideas.

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3 Key Use Cases Along the SASE & Zero Trust Journey

In the first part of this blog series, I took a look at how an understanding of digital strategy and digital risk is key to starting a security transformation journey. And in the second, I dug further into how a secure access service edge (SASE) architecture with security service edge (SSE) capabilities and zero trust principles can help mitigate the types of digital risk. In this final part, I will outline a few key use cases to show all of these elements in action.

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What is SASE

Secured Access Service Edge (SASE) is an evolving cloud-focused architecture that was released by Gartner in 2019. SASE is designed to solve the problem of network performance and limited security visibility for distributed corporate business systems (infrastructure, platforms, and applications) in the cloud or in the corporate data center as well as the distributed workforce.

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Managing Risks with SASE, SSE, and Zero Trust

In the first part of this blog series, I took a look at how an understanding of digital strategy and digital risk is key to starting a security transformation journey. In this post, I am digging further into how a secure access service edge (SASE) architecture with security service edge (SSE) capabilities and zero trust principles can help mitigate the types of digital risk I outlined in part one.

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Important Takeaways from the Orange and Netskope Partnership

Recently, Orange Business Services, Orange Cyberdefense, and Netskope announced a global partnership to deliver a fully integrated secure access service edge (SASE) solution on the Orange network. The partnership includes the deployment of Netskope data planes inside the Orange network to provide a full stack of security service edge (SSE) services that will be available from both the New Edge network and Orange’s world-class connectivity services.

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What is Security Service Edge(SSE) and How Does It Help to Achieve SASE?

Every technology has its downside. Likewise, internet use also has its drawback of cyber threats, which we already know. All the companies are struggling to secure their virtual assets from cyber-attacks to run a successful business. But the threat possibilities are worsening with new concepts like working from remote locations and cloud computing.

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Lookout and HPE Aruba Announce Integrated SASE Architecture

To streamline networking management and modernize IT operations organizations are deploying software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) systems. But as networking becomes cloud-delivered, security often lags behind. With data and applications moving to the cloud, you need an efficient way to secure the activities that are going on between branch locations and the cloud.

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The Single Vendor SASE Unicorn Halloween Costume

If you are unfamiliar with single vendor SASE, here is what it is. Per Gartner, SASE is a converged network and security service which is delivered as a service. It “enables zero trust access based on the identity of the user, device or entity, combined with real-time context (such as device security posture) to enforce and govern security and compliance policies. Single-vendor SASE offerings should have a common management plane and data lake across all capabilities”. Whew. That is a lot.