Tomversations is a series in which I try to dig a little deeper into topics of interest. It’s a conversation with me. The most fun you can have on video is talking about interesting topics and debating their merits or pointing out interesting parallels.
In this episode, I talk about the crossover between SD-WAN and security and how SASE is poised to lead several companies to the promised land when it comes to ensuring that they can keep their customers connected and safe at the same time. SD-WAN isn’t just a boring old way to keep branches talking to each other. Instead, it’s a platform that lets companies sell some exciting security ideas in a new way.
- Wikipedia definition of Unified Threat Management
- Cato Networks approach to SASE
- Network World SASE Article
- Gartner SASE Introduction
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