Combine Security and Networking Services on One Cloud Platform with Secure Access Service Edge

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SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) is a modern network architecture that consolidates networking and security capabilities into a cloud-native service. SASE aims to provide secure access to resources for users regardless of their location while offering protection against cyber threats.

This architecture typically includes features like identity-based access controls, secure web gateways, firewall as a service, zero-trust network access, and more, all delivered as a service from the cloud.

Benefits of SASE

  • Flexible, consistent security

    Deliver a comprehensive range of security services to any edge, ensuring zero-trust network access to know who and what is on your network, and protect assets on and off the network
  • Reduced total cost of ownership

    Eliminate the chaos of scattered point products once and for all with a unified platform strategy, slashing both capital and operational expenses in the process
  • Reduced complexity

    Streamline your infrastructure by combining essential networking and security features from various standalone products into unified solutions
  • Optimised performance

    Using the accessibility of the cloud, your team members can effortlessly and safely access the Internet, applications, and corporate resources from any location

Key Components of SASE


Software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN)


Firewall as a service (FWaaS)

Svgexport 6

Secure web gateway (SWG)

Cloud Security

Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)

Svgexport 5

Cloud access security broker (CASB)

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