Why Security and Observability Is Important to Support A Hybrid Work World

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Yukio Ito, Solutions Architect, F5

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With the hybrid work model as the new norm, Zero Trust and SASE (Service Access Service Edge) have become a growing concern in enterprise and public sector organizations as well. Coupled with application modernization, the exploding numbers of applications, integrations, and environments and threast that follow are creating complexity that’s nearly unmanageable. To counter such threats, organizations adopt a zero-trust approach and a more flexible and secure security posture, SASE. In this seminar, we will review the definition of Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) and rethink the security and observability of the application in a multi-cloud, container environment to support hybrid work style to keep everyone safe and provide comfortable access to resources. Join us for this seminar to understand: - Defining the Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) framework - Why SASE is a key element of a zero trust security posture - Security and observability of the application in various environments - Best practices to overcome common ZTNA adoption challenges

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