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Unified SASE

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What is SASE?

SASE: Secure Access Service Edge

SASE is a revolutionary approach to network security and access that is rapidly gaining popularity among businesses of all sizes. SASE combines advanced security technologies with cloud-based networking to provide a comprehensive, scalable solution for securing network traffic and enabling safe access to applications and data from anywhere, at any time.

At Xalient, we believe that SASE is the future of networking and security, and we’re committed to helping businesses of all sizes take advantage of this powerful technology to improve their security posture, reduce complexity, and increase scalability.

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Adapting to Hybrid Work
The ascent of hybrid work and dispersed teams erodes the traditional security perimeter. Organizations require a solution that securely links users from any location and device while safeguarding corporate data.

The shift towards cloud services like SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS demands a fresh perspective on network security. As more sensitive data resides in the cloud, and users face growing cyber threats, a robust solution is essential.

Conventional networking and security setups involve multiple devices and error-prone manual setups. Redirecting traffic to the data center for security checks is outdated, impacting user experience. A Unified Secure Access Service Edge approach simplifies and enhances efficiency.

Why Unified SASE?

The ascent of hybrid work and dispersed teams erodes the traditional security perimeter. Organizations require a solution that securely links users from any location and device while safeguarding corporate data.

The shift towards cloud services like SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS demands a fresh perspective on network security. As more sensitive data resides in the cloud, and users face growing cyber threats, a robust solution is essential.

Conventional networking and security setups involve multiple devices and error-prone manual setups. Redirecting traffic to the data center for security checks is outdated, impacting user experience. A Unified Secure Access Service Edge approach simplifies and enhances efficiency.

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an assessment designed to help you accelerate achieving
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Why Unified SASE?

  • Adapting to Hybrid Work:

    The ascent of hybrid work and dispersed teams erodes the traditional security perimeter.
    Organizations require a solution that securely links users from any location and device while safeguarding corporate data

 

  • Embracing Cloud-Native Architectures:

    The shift towards cloud services like SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS demands a fresh perspective on network security.
    As more sensitive data resides in the cloud, and users face growing cyber threats, a robust solution is essential.

 

  • Streamlining Complexity and Enhancing Efficiency:

    Conventional networking and security setups involve multiple devices and error-prone manual setups.
    Redirecting traffic to the data center for security checks is outdated, impacting user experience. A Unified Secure Access Service Edge approach simplifies and enhances efficiency.

Benefits of SASE

SASE offers a range of benefits for businesses, including:

Resilience

Improved security

SASE combines multiple security technologies, such as firewall, web filtering, and threat detection and response, into a single solution that is designed to protect against a wide range of cyber threats.

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Reduced complexity

SASE simplifies network security and access by consolidating multiple technologies into a single cloud-based solution. This reduces the number of devices and solutions that businesses need to manage and maintain, leading to a more efficient and streamlined IT infrastructure.

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Increased scalability

SASE is designed to be highly scalable, allowing businesses to easily add or remove users, devices, and applications as their needs evolve over time. This makes SASE a great solution for businesses of all sizes, from small startups to large enterprises.

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An introductory guide to unified SASE

SASE is not just a technology trend; it is a strategic imperative for modern businesses looking to thrive in the digital era. Download our introductory guide to unified Secure Access Service Edge to understand how unified SASE can help you achieve your security goals faster and more effectively.

A simpler, more cost-effective journey to SASE

Image of two frames comparing SASE and Unified SASE from HPE Aruba Networking. First frame: Secure Access Service Edge (SASE). SD-WAN + Secure Service Edge (SSE=ZTNA, SWG, CASN, and DEM) Second frame: HPE Aruba Networking unified SASE. Award-winning SSE + industry-leading SD-WAN integrated into a single-vendor solution

Some SASE providers provide several point solutions that are only loosely connected or require routing across separate manufacturers’ PoPs, which can introduce latency, issues with performance and administration overhead.

Then there are SASE solutions that provide all of the fundamental Secure Access Service Edge features from a single, tightly integrated platform, improving security posture, staff efficacy, user and admin experiences, and cost efficiency.

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The architect’s guide
to adopting SASE

Architects are uniquely positioned to witness the dynamic evolution of technology. Amid this rapid transformation, they occupy a privileged standpoint, particularly when it comes to the innovative frontiers of network and security technologies.

A SASE solution can help overcome the mix of both security and networking challenges faced today. In addition, the ideal SASE solution should unify your security and networking teams rather than create further tension.

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With a broad background as a COO/CIO/CDO, C-Suite Advisor, NED, Senior Transformation Leader and Coach, Mark tackles multiple fronts from the advantage of diverse experience in business operations, technology, procurement, delivery and risk. With a deep knowledge of business models from multiple sectors and extensive experience in fast-paced digital start-ups.

Mark’s work across extensive business types, functions and countries empowers him with experience to bear across silos. Mark has built a reputation for advocating cross-business collaboration, taking a pragmatic approach and championing transformative change.