Is SASE the future of SD-WAN and Network Security?

Presented by

Neil MacDonald, Distinguished VP Analyst at Gartner and Yishay Yovel CMO, Cato Networks

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Gartner recently announced a new market category called SASE which is expected to turn the enterprise network and network security markets upside-down. SASE is the convergence of networking and network security markets into a unified cloud platform. SASE is expected to render legacy appliance-based solutions obsolete and poses an existential threat to product bundles offered by telcos. SASE will transform multiple product categories such as SD-WAN, WAN Optimization, Next Gen Firewalls, Secure Web Gateways, CASB, and Zero Trust Network Access. IT leaders should understand this critical trend and consider its impact on their network and security architecture.
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