Secure SD-WAN: Connect and Protect your Hybrid Workforce to Multi-Cloud Applications

As workers have moved out of the office and computing has moved into the cloud, there’s been a steep rise in internet traffic, and more work is being done off-network. Backhauling this traffic through MPLS lines and VPNs is more expensive and leads to performance problems. But direct internet access is risky because it bypasses the central security stack.

In the wake of this transformation in work and IT environments, your organization is likely running into challenges in two specific areas: securing your remote workers and securing your network edge. Today’s answer to these challenges is a redesigned network architecture. Secure access service edge (SASE) incorporates a software-defined WAN, bringing networking and security together in the cloud where computing is happening.

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