Overcome CASB / Zscaler Performance Issues

Presented by

Thierry Notermans & Scott Sumner - Kadiska

About this talk

The adoption of cloud and SaaS applications combined with the shift to work from home employees has redefined the enterprise security perimeter. Nearly 75% of enterprises will deploy SASE/CASB cloud-based security solutions by the end of 2023 to regain control over this highly distributed IT infrastructure*. While CASB has proven a necessary and effective security solution, it can significantly impact network latency and user experience. Regional CASB proxy coverage, configuration, load balancing and redirection policies, ISP and DNS resolution performance can all degrade performance. Consider these findings from a recent Zscaler deployment assessment: Salesforce and SAP page load times exceeding 60 seconds Microsoft Teams call quality and connectivity issues Unresponsive SaaS applications (Slack, MS Office, Workday) This webinar will show you how to benchmark CASB solutions including Zscaler, Netscope, Cisco and Microsoft so you can: Select the CASB provider with the best coverage and performance across all business regions Detect CASB proxy redirects and performance issues Optimize CASB latency and digital user experience for all users: onsite and remote Industry best practices will be demonstrated live using a variety of CASB solutions, popular SaaS applications and cloud providers.
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Kadiska helps enterprises grow their digital business with self-driving user experience monitoring and guided performance optimization for modern networks, applications and cloud services. The Kadiska BrightTALK channel features educational webinars about digital experience monitoring (DEM), real-user monitoring (RUM), network performance monitoring (NOM), testing and analytics. Content is focused on the monitoring of modern applications (web, SaaS) and infrastructure (cloud, SD WAN and hybrid connectivity, SASE/CASB), and the user experience of on-premises and work from home (WFH) employees and customers.