SASE Security Solution

Combine network and security functions with WAN capabilities to support the “work-from-anywhere” workforce with a SASE security solution from CyberOne.

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Enable secure and rapid cloud transformation with SASE Solutions

As organisations adopt multi-cloud strategies and remote workforce policies, networks have grown more distributed and users more dependent on cloud applications and environments to do their work. This expanding network also increases the attack surface. Most security solutions, however, have not kept pace with cloud-based networking innovations.

For organisations struggling to adapt and secure a hybrid workforce, SASE offers a more scalable, centralised way of securing them. Since SASE is a cloud-delivered solution, it also allows organisations to shift away from purchasing numerous point-products to secure different parts of their networks. This enables organisations to adopt a more operational cost service model as well.

SASE provides secure access to the cloud for users anywhere, though not all SASE solutions are equal in scalability, orchestration and security.

Extending all capabilities and tools to the cloud with our SASE solutions

CyberOne’s SASE solutions centrally provision, visualise, and manage all users within your networks on a per-device basis.  We extend all capabilities and tools to the cloud.

Key drivers for CyberOne SASE security solutions

CyberOne brings high-performance networking to the cloud across every edge with SASE.

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Consistent security

Creating an integrated approach delivered through a single cloud service, our SASE solution applies a consistent set of security policies to every session across all users, applications, devices and locations. And with a full suite of security tools and advanced threat intelligence, responses to new threats are applied automatically across the whole distributed network.

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High performance

Because our SASE solutions optimise and route traffic at the network edge rather than back hauling to centralised data centres, users can run latency-sensitive video, voice over internet protocol (VoIP) and collaboration apps in any location without compromising security or performance.

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Minimising complexity

Transitioning to SASE with CyberOne allows you to outsource all security and networking issues across your distributed network with a single vendor. Likewise, our SASE system architecture unifies networking and security technologies to create simplified, single-pass authentication processes which are easier to use and more resilient to threats.

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Scalability

Removing the need to deal with multiple vendors and security platforms, our cloud-based SASE solutions can be deployed at speed across multiple locations, allowing you to grow your distributed network securely and efficiently as your organisation evolves.

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Unified approach

At CyberOne, we offer a cloud-delivered SASE solution that combines networking and security into a single ecosystem to create a safer, faster and more resilient distributed network.

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Zero-trust networking

Because our SASE solutions focus on identity and real-time context of the user, device and/or application rather than location or IP address, our zero-trust approach delivers consistent security regardless of where the user is located.

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Value for money

Better security and higher performance naturally lead to the cost savings achieved from reductions in downtime and improved productivity. To add to this, our monthly subscription-based service means you don’t need to make large up-front investments in infrastructure and human resources while still enjoying the benefits of SASE.

A practical guide to SASE migration

Our guide outlines the key benefits of SASE, when to migrate, how to find budget and how to plan your SASE journey.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)?

It is a solution designed to help organisations that are facing challenges in adapting and securing a hybrid workforce. 

SASE provides a more scalable and centralised approach to securing the workforce. With SASE, organisations can effectively secure their employees, regardless of their location or the device they are using, all through a centralised platform. 

This solution offers a comprehensive approach to network security and access control, making it easier for organisations to protect their data and systems.

How does SASE work?

SASE works by providing a more scalable and centralised approach to securing a hybrid workforce. It combines network security and wide area networking (WAN) capabilities into a single solution. This means that organisations can enforce consistent security policies across their entire network, regardless of where their employees are located or what devices they are using. 

SASE integrates multiple security technologies such as firewall-as-a-service, secure web gateways, and zero-trust network access, providing comprehensive protection for the organisation’s data and applications.

What security capabilities does SASE include?

SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) includes various security capabilities to ensure a secure network infrastructure. Some of the security capabilities included in SASE are:

  • Secure web gateways
  • Cloud access security brokers
  • Firewall as a service
  • Data loss prevention
  • Secure DNS, and 
  • Zero Trust Network Access. 

These capabilities help protect against threats such as malware, phishing attacks, unauthorised access, data breaches, and ensure secure connectivity for remote workers. 

SASE brings together networking and security functionalities into a single cloud-based architecture, providing enhanced security and scalability for modern businesses.

How secure is SASE?

The security of SASE can vary depending on the specific implementation and provider.

However, in general, SASE offers robust security capabilities. It combines networking and security functions into a unified platform, enabling organisations to secure their network traffic and access to resources regardless of location. 

SASE incorporates features such as secure web gateways, data loss prevention, firewall-as-a-service, secure DNS, and zero trust network access, among others.

What is the difference between SD-WAN and SASE?

SD-WAN is a networking technology that focuses on optimising the performance and efficiency of wide area networks. It enables organisations to connect and manage multiple branch locations through software-defined networking, allowing for centralised control and configuration of network traffic. SD-WAN offers benefits such as increased bandwidth, improved network performance, and enhanced security.

On the other hand, SASE is a comprehensive networking and security architecture that integrates various networking and security functions into a unified cloud-based solution. SASE combines SD-WAN capabilities with security features such as secure web gateways, firewall as a service, zero-trust network access, and data loss prevention.

The aim of SASE is to provide a consolidated and simplified approach to network and security management, reducing complexity and improving scalability.

What are the benefits of using SASE?

Using SASE offers several benefits for organisations. Firstly, it provides a scalable solution that can adapt to the needs of a hybrid workforce, accommodating remote workers and branch offices. 

Additionally, SASE offers centralised management and enforcement of security policies, simplifying the security implementation and reducing complexity. This helps to ensure a consistent level of security across the entire network. Moreover, SASE enables organisations to have granular control over network access, allowing them to apply security policies based on user identity, device, and context.

Finally, SASE offers improved performance by optimising network traffic and reducing latency.