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SASE 2.0: Adopting the right framework for the future

At its core, SASE combines two essential functionalities: network connectivity, known as SD-WAN, and network security, termed Security Service Edge (SSE). SD-WAN supports the evolution of the connectivity offering, moving more and more to business-grade Internet, while SSE unifies various security technologies into a single integrated platform. This is where we see a divergence in adoption strategies.

SASE is a broad, multi-faceted architecture. It takes well-established and well-known security concepts and restructures them into a unified and cloud-centric framework. This restructuring brings new complexities ranging from infrastructure, configuration and change management. 

Read our whitepaper to learn about the full the narrative around the SASE 2.0 framework, the benfits of adoption and pitfalls to avoid. 

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