5 steps to a data-first SASE architecture

Presented by

Jim Fulton, Sr. Director of data-first SASE and Zero Trust Data Protection Solutions

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In a hybrid, unbound enterprise the working models of protecting the edge are no longer enough. Users and apps are everywhere, so it’s essential to protect your data. Secure Service Access Edge (SASE) makes it possible for people to work safely from anywhere and, with zero trust principles applied, you can ensure explicit permissions for the user. A data-first SASE architecture with ZTNA built in makes it possible to ensure the right person has access to the right data and understand the usage of data so you can apply appropriate control points where needed. Forcepoint’s data-first SASE approach is customizable, allowing you to apply the capabilities you need based on the challenges you have. Join this webcast to learn the five steps to creating an integrated cloud and network security strategy: - Protect remote workers in web and cloud - Control access to cloud & private apps without VPNs - Connect and protect branch offices - Safeguard the usage of data everywhere - Continuously monitor user risk

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