Principle Networks: Can SASE Frameworks Protect Your Hybrid Organisation?

Principle Networks

 With hybrid work now the norm for numerous businesses, SASE frameworks are essential for company technology, software, data, and asset protection. Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is used to deliver wide-area network (WAN) security and defence for companies operating in the cloud rather than within the constraints of a single data centre. As workforce teams move in and out of office buildings and are dispersed across the globe, this 'anytime anywhere' access model is the future of work. 

Hybrid-working businesses are defenceless without SASE frameworks

At the start of Q1 2020, Gartner predicted that ‘at least 40% of enterprises will have explicit strategies to adopt SASE' by 2024, begging the question - will those that fail to implement a SASE framework be more defenceless against malware and cyberattackers in this new era of hybrid work? Joining us to lend his expertise on the matter is Ian Wharton, WAN Specialist at Principle Networks. In this podcast, we discuss how adopting a SASE framework is the best way to ensure your business stays secure across multiple sites as we move towards a purely hybrid workforce. Topics include:

  • The risk and reward for a hybrid or fully remote working environment

  • The process and challenges involved in SASE implementation and scaling

  • Security benefits of a SASE framework in relation to securely accessing apps

  • Management of SASE from the perspective of an IT team

  • Business agility plans for 2022