Renuka Nadkarni, Chief Product Officer, Aryaka / Christopher Rodriguez, Director Security and Trust Research, IDC
The need to protect roaming users from a variety of threats—including ransomware, phishing, DDoS attacks, and unauthorized access—without adding network complexity continues to incentivize Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) adoption.
However, SASE implementation is far from straightforward. And before undertaking a SASE project, you should first establish a firm understanding of how the SASE framework functions.
Join IDC’s Security and Trust Research Director Chris Rodriguez and Aryaka’s Chief Product Officer as they discuss the future and details of SASE. Some topics they’ll cover include:
• Integrating a zero trust architecture with SASE in the real world
• Create once, enforce everywhere management tools
• Supporting any user on any application, anywhere