Netskope es nombrado líder en el Cuadrante Mágico™ de Gartner 2022 para Security Service Edge. Obtenga el informe

  • Productos

    Los productos de Netskope se basan en Netskope Security Cloud.

  • Plataforma

    Visibilidad inigualable y protección contra amenazas y datos en tiempo real en la nube privada de seguridad más grande del mundo.

Netskope ha sido nombrado Líder en el Informe del Cuadrante Mágico de Gartner™ 2022 en SSE

Obtenga el informe Todos los productos
Líder SSE Netskope gartner mq 2022

Netskope ofrece una estrategia de seguridad cloud moderna, con capacidades unificadas para los datos y protección frente a amenazas, además de un acceso privado seguro.

Explora nuestra plataforma
Vista aérea de una ciudad metropolitana

Cambie a los servicios de seguridad en la nube líderes del mercado con una latencia mínima y una alta fiabilidad.

Más información
Lighted highway through mountainside switchbacks

Prevenga las amenazas que a menudo eluden otras soluciones de seguridad utilizando un marco SSE de un solo paso.

Más información
Lighting storm over metropolitan area

Soluciones de confianza cero para implementaciones de SSE y SASE

Más información
Boat driving through open sea

Netskope hace posible un proceso seguro, rápido y con inteligencia cloud para la adopción de los servicios en la nube, las aplicaciones y la infraestructura de nube pública.

Más información
Wind turbines along cliffside

Confíe en Netskope para que le ayude a hacer frente a las amenazas en evolución, a los nuevos riesgos, a los cambios tecnológicos, a los cambios organizativos y de red, y a los nuevos requisitos normativos.

Más información
Woman smiling with glasses looking out window

Tenemos ingenieros cualificados en todo el mundo, con distintos ámbitos de conocimiento sobre seguridad en la nube, redes, virtualización, entrega de contenidos y desarrollo de software, listos para ofrecerle asistencia técnica de calidad en todo momento.

Más información
Bearded man wearing headset working on computer

Asegure su viaje de transformación digital y aproveche al máximo sus aplicaciones en la nube, web y privadas con la capacitación de Netskope.

Más información
Group of young professionals working
  • Recursos

    Obtenga más información sobre cómo Netskope puede ayudarle a proteger su viaje hacia la nube.

  • Blog

    Descubra cómo Netskope permite la transformación de la seguridad y las redes a través del servicio de seguridad (SSE).

  • Eventos & Workshops

    Manténgase a la vanguardia de las últimas tendencias de seguridad y conéctese con sus pares.

  • Security Defined

    Todo lo que necesitas saber en nuestra enciclopedia de ciberseguridad.

Podcast Security Visionaries

Episodio extra: La importancia de Security Service Edge (SSE)

Reproducir el pódcast
Black man sitting in conference meeting

Lea lo último sobre cómo Netskope puede hacer posible el viaje de confianza cero y SASE a través de las capacidades de SSE.

Lea el blog
Sunrise and cloudy sky

Semana SASE

Netskope puede ayudarle a dar los primeros pasos en el mundo SASE y a descubrir qué papel desempeñan en él la seguridad, las conexiones de red y Zero Trust.

Más información
Semana SASE

¿Qué es Security Service Edge (SSE)?

Explore el lado de la seguridad de SASE, el futuro de la red y la protección en la nube.

Más información
Four-way roundabout
  • Empresa

    Le ayudamos a mantenerse a la vanguardia de los desafíos de seguridad de la nube, los datos y la red.

  • Por qué Netskope

    La transformación de la nube y el trabajo desde cualquier lugar han cambiado la forma en que debe funcionar la seguridad.

  • Liderazgo

    Nuestro equipo de liderazgo está firmemente comprometido a hacer todo lo necesario para que nuestros clientes tengan éxito.

  • Partners

    Nos asociamos con líderes en seguridad para ayudarlo a asegurar su viaje a la nube.

Netskope posibilita el futuro del trabajo.

Descubra más
Curvy road through wooded area

Netskope está redefiniendo la seguridad de la nube, los datos y la red para ayudar a las organizaciones a aplicar los principios de Zero Trust para proteger los datos.

Más información
Switchback road atop a cliffside

Pensadores, constructores, soñadores, innovadores. Juntos, ofrecemos soluciones de seguridad en la nube de vanguardia para ayudar a nuestros clientes a proteger sus datos y usuarios.

Conozca a nuestro equipo
Group of hikers scaling a snowy mountain

La estrategia de venta centrada en el partner de Netskope permite a nuestros canales maximizar su expansión y rentabilidad y, al mismo tiempo, transformar la seguridad de su empresa.

Más información
Group of diverse young professionals smiling
Blog CSO, Full Skope Intro to SASE – Tracking the Rise of SASE
Mar 05 2020

Intro to SASE – Tracking the Rise of SASE

This is a series of articles focused on SASE. This is the first in a series of two posts.

Many organizations today are going through digital transformation. They understand that new strategies are required to accomplish their company’s goals and objectives in order to reach new levels of innovation, scalability, agility, etc. While some are more focused  on business optimization, more bold organizations are moving directly to digital transformation. 

Here is how Gartner defines these two strategic approaches:

“Digital business optimization refers to the practice of increasing digital sales and marketing or new technology internal efficiency mechanisms — without really changing the product offering or the business model. Digital business transformation is, by its nature, a more disruptive approach, which requires a very different mindset from optimization. Transformation creates new business models and/or platforms within its aim is to generate revenue from new products and services. Optimization makes current practices better but doesn’t lead to transformation. New mindsets and business models are required for transformation.”

In this cloud and mobile-driven world, this is exactly what we need: a new mindset. Thinking with legacy approaches and applying those techniques to the cloud just doesn’t work.

The rise of the secure access service edge (SASE)

In a recent 2019 report, titled “The Future of Network Security is in the Cloud,” Gartner outlined a great vision for building a new path for our organizations. 

In this report they coined the new term SASE, short for Secure Access Service Edge. But, why is this so important? In my conversations with clients, I’ve found that while many are starting to hear about SASE and jumping on board with it as a model, others are asking questions, such as “How is that relevant to my business transformation?” and “What does SASE actually enable?”

For context, Gartner defines SASE as “An emerging offering combining comprehensive WAN capabilities with comprehensive network security functions (such as SWG, CASB, FWaaS and ZTNA) to support the dynamic secure access needs of digital enterprises.” In my mind, I see SASE as a new architectural pattern focused on the convergence of enterprise network and security services. It’s about overcoming technology complexity, cost, performance, availability, and protection while providing the best business and user experience. 

Gartner sees SASE as an inverted network/security model where in legacy model is focused on a data center surrounded by many users consuming data center hosted services. This new model (SASE) is focused on a user, surrounded by many services, which requires a set of capabilities to be executed in a specific way to “support the dynamic secure access needs of digital enterprises.” 

How did we get here?

It is well known that in our information age, the 2010s were a decade focused on customer/user experience, which set the stage for digital transformation. A few years after the invention of Apple’s iPhone and the fragmentation of Android devices, it was apparent that times were changing and focus shifted to a “new engagement model.” Users started driving innovation, while business had to adjust.

Users wanted convenience and flexibility which was all about ease of use, personalization (usually paid off with loyalty) was about privacy, transparency and control, while constantly mandating availability for information (apps, services, etc.).

This ultimately drove a burst of technological innovations such as cloud adoption, mobile apps measuring in millions and billions, media streaming ,and content delivery. This shift also led to commotion about BYOD, the slow death of Blackberry, and some of the largest mergers and acquisitions in the world. Plus it also brought things like the launch of 4G, the iPad’s arrival, virtual reality, electric and self-driving cars, and of course digital transformation. 

All of this innovation has a common theme: It was all driven by users and their experience. As a result it has changed the way we consume information today versus 10 years ago. Even our shopping patterns completely changed. Before, we used to go to the stores to shop, drive to the doctor’s office and today we have services provided by Amazon, Uber, Google, etc.

“Today we’re seeing a tech-clash caused by the tension between consumer expectations, the potential of technology, and business ambitions — and are now at an important leadership inflection point. We must shift our mindset, reexamining our fundamental business and technology models and creating a new basis for competition and growth,” said Paul Daugherty, Accenture’s chief technology and innovation officer. 

Accenture research states that “For companies to grow and compete, enterprises will need to revisit their fundamental models of business and technology, rebuilding them to align better with people today.” All of this contributed to the need for SASE as a model, but you may still be wondering, “How does this affect my enterprise?”,

What does that mean for you?

It is crucial to understand that SASE is a programmatic approach and not a product you buy. It’s not only about business and user experience, but digital transformation of a whole security and IT in general. It is also about how we deliver the information from one end to another and what happens in between.

“CISOs would be wise to prioritize the strategic driver of the Gartner recommendations (’Architect to move inspection engines to the sessions, not to reroute the sessions to the engines’ and ’Shift security staff from managing security boxes to delivering policy-based security services’),”  stated Neil Thacker, my colleague at Netskope. “With those principles guiding the direction of travel, they can then look to move swiftly to consolidate to a single vendor across the five components, prioritizing those that mitigate the greatest risk exposure. They should do this within their own timelines, determined by risk modelling, and their own organization’s business goals.”, 

Many vendors will claim that they can deliver SASE, but the problem is, there’s no vendor that does it all. Execution at the cloud speed and scale, providing full visibility and granular control, and a focused on user experience while properly governing data is key. Buying a product that tries to address just one feature or capabilities will only drive the creation of more complexity rather than simplification.

In Part II, I will focus on SASE capabilities and how to build a proper roadmap.

author image
Acerca del autor
Vladimir Klasnja is a seasoned technical leader with significant experience in enterprise, security and cloud architecture. Klasnja leverages his experience to help security executives achieve success within their respective organizations with respect to cloud architecture and digital transformation.
Vladimir Klasnja is a seasoned technical leader with significant experience in enterprise, security and cloud architecture. Klasnja leverages his experience to help security executives achieve success within their respective organizations with respect to cloud architecture and digital transformation.