Episode 14: Enabling Security from the Top-Downポッドキャストを再生する
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Four Security Challenges Government and Education Organizations Can Overcome with SSE
Many state and local government and higher education security leaders are facing a number of challenges to fully securing their organizations. The shift to a remote workforce combined with the ever-upward tick of ransomware attacks resulted in a dispersion of data and an increased attack surface— maintaining adequate defenses on-prem was already hard enough for government and higher education organizations, but now the opportunities for attack and the lack of visibility leave many risks not just unchecked, but unknown.
To address the gaps in security created by this new heavily-remote workforce, government and
academic institutions are moving towards Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), an architecture that combines several different security and networking elements, at one time siloed, for enhanced security in enterprises where cloud access and applications are now ubiquitous. Security Service Edge (SSE), an important concept for understanding the journey to a SASE architecture, represents the evolving security stack needed to successfully achieve a SASE convergence, including technology capabilities such as cloud access security broker (CASB), cloud-native Next-Gen Secure Web Gateway (NG SWG), Firewall-as- a-Service, and Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) that are core requirements for that stack.