Why SASE is the Future of IoT Security

Presented by

John Harrison | Cybersecurity Evangelist

About this talk

New, unprotected internet of things (IoT) devices are entering your network every day. Securing them, and your network, presents a set of unique challenges for organisations like yours, which are increasingly vulnerable to new IoT-targeted malware as well as newly resurgent legacy attacks. With vulnerable IoT devices located outside the protections of traditional network security appliances, organisations are struggling to keep pace and ensure the security, privacy, and integrity of their networks and customers. Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) with IoT Security together ensures consistent security across an entire enterprise deployment cases: Headquarters, Branch, Retail, Healthcare, Banking, Private Cloud, or Public Cloud. The key capabilities that you must look for in an IoT Security solution include: - Complete IoT device visibility - Behavioral anomaly detection - Vulnerability and risk-based policy recommendations - Built-in enforcement and prevention - Consistent IoT Security regardless of location Learn how Palo Alto Networks SASE and ML-Powered NGFWs elegantly solve these challenges to secure your IoT devices without the need for additional sensors or infrastructure. Your SASE solution must have IoT security today, as well as in the future.
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