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Published on:

January 16, 2024

If you're looking to streamline your organization's networking and security, SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) could be the solution for you. Here are some benefits of using SASE:

Increased Security:

One of the biggest advantages of SASE is that it provides really advanced security features, like next-generation firewalls, intrusion detection and prevention systems, and threat intelligence. It also enforces access controls based on user identity and context, so only authorized users and devices can access the network and applications.

Improved Performance:

SASE uses a cloud-based platform to provide fast and reliable access to applications and data from anywhere, at any time, and on any device. This will help in improving your application performance and optimizing network bandwidth.

Reduced Complexity:

Another thing about SASE is that it consolidates networking and security functions into a single cloud-based service, so you don't need separate solutions for different security and networking needs. Managing and deploying your security infrastructure has just turned easier.

Better Scalability:

SASE is also designed to scale easily and quickly to meet the changing needs of organizations. This helps to keep your security infrastructure flexible and agile, so you can adapt to evolving security threats and requirements.

Cost Savings:

And finally, using SASE can help your organization save on hardware, software, and operational costs. It reduces the need for costly on-premises hardware and infrastructure, which can be a huge advantage for organizations with limited IT resources.

Overall, SASE offers a more comprehensive, flexible and agile approach to security and networking that can help your organization stay secure and competitive in today's rapidly changing business environment.

If you're considering SASE, it's worth noting that it can also help you to comply with regulatory requirements more easily.

It provides centralized visibility and control over your network, which can make it simpler to manage compliance across your organization.

This can save your IT team time and resources and reduce the risk of non-compliance penalties.

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Written by:
Henk Jelt Hoving
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