[Ep.4] The Future of Security: Do All Roads Lead to SASE?

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John Burke - CTO, Nemertes and Eyal Webber-Zvik, Vice President of Product Marketing at Cato Networks

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For decades, enterprises have designed both their networks and network security around appliances deployed in physical locations. However, increased migration to the cloud and the pandemic-driven shift to ‘working from everywhere’ has rendered these appliance-centric network and security designs obsolete. As such, network security in 2021 needs to stand guard between the user and the resource or application, but too often, appliance-based solutions are forcing IT to choose between security or performance. SASE changes that. The right global cloud service can both secure all resources and all edges, and not only avoid performance degradation, but even improve application and network performance without any compromise. In episode 4 of Cato’s ‘Turbocharged by SASE: Network Transformation in 2021’ series, we’re looking at how SASE offers this balance and addressing how ‘All Roads Lead to SASE’. Join us as we ask: - Must network security be cloud-delivered? - What is the technology innovation that allows security and performance to coexist in harmony? - Is the technology proven? And is it mature? - What are the best practices to evaluate SASE for security, and what should I be wary of?

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