Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)

  • SD-WAN: Cisco, Checkpoint
  • SWG: Zscalar, Cisco Umbrella, NetSkope
  • CASB: Symantec, McAfee, TrendMicro, NetSkope
  • WAF: Fortinet
  • Unified SASE solution: Akamai, Zscalar, Cisco

Pros:

  • Unified Security across the organization network
  • Ease to Manage and less complexity
  • Reduce Administrative tasks
  • Ease of Operations

Cons:

  • Involves certain amount of cost and expenses.
  • Dependencies on Legacy networks and systems associated with it.
  • Involves heavy migration and implementation issues.
  • Risk of Having one Vendor for a complete Security Solution

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