More and more IT leaders are switching on to the fact that traditional SD-WAN doesn’t address the complete needs of the modern organisation. If you are looking at your current SD-WAN architecture and asking ‘what’s next?’ then we invite you to join us for a 60-minute webinar exploring the key differences between SD-WAN and SASE.

Join Cato Networks and its SASE-specialist partner, eSpida to understand more about the differences between SD-WAN and Secure Access Service Edge (SASE). We will talk you through everything you need to know to understand why Gartner predicts that 60% of SD-WAN users will have implemented a SASE solution by 2024.

8th December 2022, 12.30pm

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As a ‘thank you’ we will send you a complimentary Christmas lunch hamper to say thank you.

People in an meeting on 4 components of SASE

Gartner defined the 3rd generation of network architecture: Secure Access Service Edge (SASE). Here are the 4 key components of a SASE model:

SASE Cloud: the SASE cloud is a globally distributed cloud service built for all traffic and security requirements and from all edges – physical, mobile and cloud. It’s a single entity and its internal structure entirely transparent to end-users.

Point of Presence (PoP): A specific network interface point between communicating entities. SASE PoPs are symmetrical, interchangeable, multi-tenanted and built to serve any enterprise edge connected through them.

SASE Edge: The SASE edge is designed to connect to the SASE cloud. SASE clients include SD-WAN appliances for branches, IPSEC-enabled firewalls, routers and device agents for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and Linux.

SASE Management: A cloud-based console that provides a single-pane-of-glass management solution to manage, configure and analyse all policies, security and devices.

The components of SASE are not all new, but they are converged into one unified, cloud-native solution to produce a powerful network and security architecture. Understand the power of SASE