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      Do You Have All the Components within the SASE Framework?

      Security-conscious IT managers are increasingly adopting the Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) framework within their existing cybersecurity policy.

      The Secure Access Service framework helps to modernize networks and security to meet the evolving demands of your business. SASE provides unified security across users and provides visibility and control. This unified security and visibility are critical as cloud adoption and work from anywhere appears to be here to stay.

      SASE isn’t one solution, it’s a framework that can be achieved with a combination of solutions. If you have multiple security solutions implemented in your environment, you may already be on your way towards building a solid SASE foundation. Here are the key SASE Components:

      • Secure Web Gateway
      • Data Loss Prevention
      • Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB)
      • Zero Trust Network Access
      • SSL Inspection
      • Web Isolation

      What is Secure Access Service Edge?
      Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) combines networking and SaaS capabilities, taking your security solutions to the next level. This enables connectivity for users working remotely with security capabilities that enforce necessary security policies. The intention is to have a Secure Access platform that allows your organization to securely connect any user on any device from anywhere to your company information.

      As organizations are increasingly shifting toward the cloud, adopting a SASE compliant framework is becoming essential.

      Our Aurora experts can help guide you through the process of building a SASE framework in your environment, and in turn, gaining increased visibility and control of your environment. Contact us at sales@aurorait.com to learn about next steps.

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