Explore the top 5 reasons why high-quality, curated threat intelligence data is superior to raw threat data for adequate threat protection.
The term “Secure Access Service Edge” or SASE (pronounced ‘sassy’) was originally coined by Gartner in 2019 to identify an approach that uses cloud-based services to protect people consistently regardless of endpoint location.
Traditionally, an enterprise’s internet access has gone through security devices and services including firewalls, intrusion prevention, phish-blocking, and malicious detection systems. Additionally, security has included cloud access security brokers, content delivery networks, distributed denial-of-service protection, and web application security.
Replicating this environment at each remote site is expensive and can be difficult to manage. This is where SASE shows great promise. SASE covers a broad range of network and security functions with the fundamental difference being that this movement is really about moving security systems/infrastructure into the cloud versus at the traditional network boundary.
Remote Browser Isolation (RBI) is the piece of the SASE framework that is focused on securing the end user’s web browsing experience.
As we explore the critical role of data in powering the SASE solutions suite, this post focuses on the Firewall-as-a-Service for Next-Gen Firewall functionality in the cloud.
DNS Filtering and SWGs can offer core security functionality but the SASE framework requires CASBs to extend threat protection to cloud apps.
Secure Web Gateways complement DNS Filtering to deliver the minimum level of threat protection capabilities required in a SASE framework.
DNS Filtering has become the ‘table-stakes’ starting point for powering the DNS-Layer Security piece of the SASE cybersecurity framework.
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SASE covers a broad range of network and security functions which are supported and enhanced by zvelo’s threat intelligence data.