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Secure access service edge / SASE
What to know when considering zero trust digital transformation
The security landscape is constantly changing, but SASE can help organisations tackle countless security challenges.
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Cloud Security
How to focus cloud-centric organisations’ data protection
Organisations can embrace digital transformation with confidence by including these crucial considerations in data protection strategy planning and execution.
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Secure access service edge / SASE
64% of businesses will be using SASE next year, but large numbers confused about true meaning
Research has found 64% of businesses are adopting or plan to adopt SASE in the next year, but many say they’re still confused about its true meaning.
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Cloud Security
VMware updates VMware SASE with VMware Cloud Web Security global network
VMware updates VMware SASE with VMware Cloud Web Security, a cloud-hosted global network of VMware SASE and partner points of presence.
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Secure access service edge / SASE
How SASE is helping organisations forge new digital work experiences
More organisations are reimagining the way that staff connect from remote locations, writes ThousandEyes principal solutions architect Mike Hicks.
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Secure access service edge / SASE
Cybersecurity key to business advantage, report finds
"The research showed that CISOs adapted existing strategy, while the pandemic has really opened the eyes and changed the views of CEOs."
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SD-WAN
How to mitigate business transformation risk
The coming years hold lots of fresh business opportunities for those positioned and ready to take advantage of them.
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Microsoft
Major firms disclose breaches in the wake of SolarWinds attack
Microsoft, Shell, GoDaddy, MobiKwik — these are just some of the high-profile company's on the receiving end of sophisticated attacks, writes Bitglass senior director of marketing Jonathan Andresen.
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Secure access service edge / SASE
Crawl, walk and run with SASE adoption
For organisations that would prefer to pace themselves and take a slower, more systematic approach to SASE adoption, a strategy of ‘crawl, walk, run’ is recommended, writes Bitglass regional sales director for ANZ Wayne Neich.
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Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
What Extended Protection and Response (XDR) means for your IT security strategy
Security buyers and practitioners should carefully examine XDR offerings and compare them against their own existing capabilities and requirements before taking the plunge.
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Secure access service edge / SASE
Despite the hype, pandemic-driven remote work has not led to wholesale SASE and SDP adoption - study
Only 12% of enterprises worldwide have fully embraced Secure Access Service Edge.
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Cybersecurity
Five big security questions facing CISOs
Given the global pandemic and the sudden shift in how the workforce operates, the CISOs worldwide have faced an unprecedented set of challenges. Several months into the transition, new struggles continue to arise, while many of the original ones remain unanswered.
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SD-WAN
Versa announces first global partner programme
The programme provides formalised sales, pre-sales, and technical training focused on enabling partners to build specialties.
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VPN
SASE vs zero trust – or the best of both worlds
Zero trust and SASE work together by converging a least-privilege access strategy with an architecture that simplifies how highly distributed users, BYOD, and cloud resources are secured.
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Secure access service edge / SASE
How a secure web gateway fits the SASE triangle
A perfect SASE triangle includes security for managed SaaS and IaaS, and the next essential piece: a secure web gateway (SWG), that secures the web and shadow IT. 
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SaaS
NetMotion announces SASE platform leveraging Microsoft Azure
The platform offers integrated transport and web proxies, distributed firewalls, network access control (NAC), zero trust network access (ZTNA) or software-defined perimeters (SDP), a VPN highly optimised for mobile access, and AI-driven policy and risk analysis.
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Cybersecurity
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Bitglass director on all things SASE
This is our second IT Jam with both Bitglass and Jonathan Andresen, who is the company's senior director of marketing.
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Secure access service edge / SASE
SASE: The new wave of securing the enterprise
Legacy network security solutions built around on-premises architectures cannot support the evolving demands placed on IT, writes Bitglass CTO Anurag Kahol.
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Microsoft
Microsoft joins MEF to support universal SD-WAN & SASE standards
Microsoft commits to a vision of collaboration that will help to expand SD-WAN and SASE standards.
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Secure access service edge / SASE
SOC, SIEM, SOAR and SASE define Fortinet’s Security Fabric
Cornelius Mare, Fortinet A/NZ Director, Security Solutions, deciphers the jargon and explains how an alphabet soup of integrated security services spells comprehensive protection for your network and ensures business continuity.
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Secure access service edge / SASE
5 ways to use data science to predict security issues - Forcepoint
Data science enables people to respond to problems in a better way, and to also understand those problems in a way that would not have been possible 50 years ago.
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CASB
The SASE triangle: How a CASB protects managed apps
Enterprises that fail to adapt to the modern business world when it comes to security are likely to fall prey to data breaches and experience a host of other problems, writes Bitglass product marketing manager Will Houcheime.
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Cybersecurity
Three-in-one cloud security can ease business through difficult times
By leveraging a comprehensive security platform, organisations can block threats and prevent leakage for all interaction between endpoints, devices and apps, writes Bitglass product marketing manager Juan Lugo.