The Dark Side of SD-WAN:
WAN transformation ends with SASE
IT organizations must enable their businesses to operate effectively in a fast-changing and dynamic world. Therefore, legacy networking and security architectures based on MPLS, VPN, and edge appliances, are transforming to support work from anywhere using applications and data that reside everywhere. SD-WAN is a key to that transformation – but can it alone support secure and optimized access at a global scale? An emerging new category, the Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), is aiming to address the full WAN transformation journey including global connectivity, pervasive security, ubiquitous remote access.
Join Yishay Yovel, Chief Marketing Officer at Cato Networks, to discuss SD-WAN, SASE, and the WAN transformation project including:
- The challenges or current network and security operating models
- Connectivity, access, security, cloud, remote access, and global considerations
- When to launch your project and how to fund it
- How the Cato SASE platform enables gradual and complete WAN transformation
Chief Marketing Officer at Cato Networks
Yishay has over 25 years of experience in defining and deploying enterprise IT software solutions in the areas of security, storage, business continuity and mobile computing.