Securing the Hybrid Frontier: Is SASE the answer?
Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) promises to finally close the security gap that’s been opened by the emergence of remote working. SASE essentially allows organisations to apply the same level of security to all their endpoints, including employee laptops, smartphones and other devices. The benefits are obvious, but implementing SASE can be challenging – integration is complex, there can be user acceptance barriers, and it comes with additional costs too. In this session, our panel speakers will provide an overview of SASE, how it works and is deployed, an overview of the main players in the SASE market, the benefits and disadvantages of SASE, and what types of organisations SASE is and isn’t suited for.