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However you define greatness, Optiv is in your corner. We manage cyber risk so you can secure your full potential.
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #3.0
The effectiveness of the traditional corporate security perimeter has diminished. Enter SASE – it simplifies and streamlines connectivity and security. Here’s a comprehensive view of SASE to help you mitigate risk and strengthen defenses.
Enterprises now house 45% of their data in the public cloud. How much will this increase over the next year? In section one of this field guide, you’ll find the answer to this question as well as things like:
SASE will increasingly unite a significant number of networking and security functions into a single cloud-delivered ecosystem. We believe five functions currently represent the core capabilities organizations should evaluate:
Now what? Understanding the foundational SASE elements is a good start. From there, look for opportunities to start your SASE journey. But don’t forget to consider some of the crosscurrents you will need to navigate.
Vendors offering SASE have multiplied dramatically over the last year - as distributors threw together (or assembled) their suite of SASE solutions both through internal development or the acquisition of complementary technologies. When looking at vendors:
It’s all here: SASE Evolution. SASE and Digital Transformation. SASE Benefits. SASE Features. Uniting Functions. SASE and Identity. SASE Providers. SASE is an emerging paradigm with these potential benefits:
SASE. We know you’ve seen the acronym at least as much as we have. Unfortunately, SASE has become an overused marketing term with various vendors promoting somewhat different definitions emphasizing their particular strengths. The result has been market confusion as IT infrastructure teams attempt to make sense of the current landscape. Let’s clear up the confusion. Optiv’s third Cybersecurity Field Guide will help you better understand SASE, the promise of its future, its benefits and hurdles, and includes a list of SASE providers.
Designed with you in mind – with easily searchable content – these field guides are a “go-to” reference for all your cybersecurity strategies and tactics. Each one is topic-specific and based on years of “been-there-done-that” research. Like what? From change management to getting ahead of ransomware to surviving an attack, implementing SASE or Zero Trust, it’s all here – with more to come.
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #1
What to Do When Everything Changes
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #2
How to Survive an Attack
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #3
Get SASE to Accelerate Your Digital Transformation
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #3.5
How to Effectively Implement and Operationalize SASE
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #4
Best Practices for Automated Vulnerability Remediation
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #5
Ransomware: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #6
Zero Trust Guiding Principles
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #7
Why IAM Is a Top Cybersecurity Priority
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #8
How to Simplify and Strengthen Security With Managed XDR
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #9
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #10
Forging Operational Resilience