[Ep.5] What to look for in a SASE Provider: Making the Right Choice

Presented by

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

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You’ve heard about the benefits of SASE and why it’s the future of network security, and you’re pretty much set on implementing SASE in your organization. The next step in your SASE journey is to find the right service provider. Before approaching service providers it’s good to think practically about the key challenges you need to solve when it comes to your company’s specific network and security needs. Having a clear understanding of what you want to achieve makes it easier to identify service providers whose offerings are best suited to your company’s needs. That still doesn’t answer all the questions though, and businesses need to ensure they’re partnering with the right provider who can provide the best service. In Episode 5 of Cato’s ‘Superpowered SASE: Network Transformation in 2021’, we’re discussing what organizations need to look for in a SASE provider and sharing how IT leaders can identify who will deliver the best ROI and service for your business in the long-run. Join us as we discuss: - What needs to be on your SASE provider checklist - What to look for in a partner beyond the technical capabilities - An overview of the multiple functionalities of SASE, how they can revolutionise your network security and which service provider delivers the best infrastructure - What kind of ROI you can expect from the right provider for you - And more
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