Mark Murtagh, Head of WW Cloud Security Systems Engineering @ Cisco and John Grady, Senior Analyst @ ESG
With the need for cross-functional collaboration and organizational convergence, understanding and prioritizing how to implement Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) in the modern enterprise isn’t always the easiest. It’s therefore essential that businesses looking to invest in SASE are aware of the considerations they need to address in order to benefit from the improved security, lower costs, increased efficiency and better agility that SASE can offer.
In episode 1 of Cisco Umbrella’s ‘The Future of CyberSecurity: SASE 101’, we looked at how enterprises can make sense of the buzz around SASE and what SASE actually means - in episode 2, ESG Senior Analyst John Grady and guests are going one step further, diving deeper into what best practices and strategies can help businesses succeed with SASE.
Join us to hear:
-Different approaches to SASE, including security-centric vs. SD-WAN centric vs. fully converged
- Insights into how organizations can overcome the challenges of implementing SASE - including determining timelines, facing the skills shortage and understanding the importance of cross-functional collaboration and organizational convergence
- The importance of stakeholder engagement and how SASE benefit discussions can extend beyond the CIO, CISO and CTO to the CEO, CFO, CPO and others
- What organizations can in expect in terms of cost savings and operational efficiencies when implementing SASE