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What cybersecurity solution do you need? From Zero Trust to ADR, IAM, risk/privacy, data protection, AppSec and threat, securing digital transformation, to resiliency and remediation, we can build the right program to help solve your challenges.
A Single Partner for Everything You Need
Optiv works with more than 450 world-class security technology partners. By putting you at the center of our unmatched ecosystem of people, products, partners and programs, we accelerate business progress like no other company can.
We Are Optiv
Greatness is every team working toward a common goal. Winning in spite of cyber threats and overcoming challenges in spite of them. It’s building for a future that only you can create or simply coming home in time for dinner.
However you define greatness, Optiv is in your corner. We manage cyber risk so you can secure your full potential.
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #3.5
With this SASE Field Guide – the next in the SASE series – we provide detailed guidance about where and how to start your SASE journey.
Dig deeper into how to prepare, plan, design, implement, operate and optimize your custom program. Remember, SASE is not something that most organizations will deploy all at once. Instead, it is more of an “as-needed” approach — with one component rolled out at a time. The reason? SASE is not a single technology but a collection of them. And your SASE program will mature over time based on how required components are deployed to satisfy business needs and address risks.
In the preparation phase, an organization defines the problems they are trying to solve or the benefits they seek to gain by adopting new technology. It’s critical to focus on business, security and technical outcomes in this phase rather than tools or methods. You may be looking for a drill – remember that what you want is a hole.
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. A thorough understanding of your desired outcomes can help you avoid unwanted gaps or redundancies in security controls as you begin to architect your SASE roadmap.
Protecting valuable data, adhering to stringent regulations and maintaining healthy business operations have made threat prevention a higher priority. So what are the best practices for minimizing the risk of prevalent threats?
Implement, Operate and Optimize
WFH may have saved your organization some money, space and time. What does all this really look like, and post-COVID-19, is it a good or bad idea to stay the WFH course or go back to the office – and why?
In Optiv’s first SASE Field Guide (#3.0), we provided a high-level explanation for the Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) concept and critical considerations. With this SASE Field Guide (#3.5), – the next in the SASE series – we provide detailed guidance about where and how to start your SASE journey.
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
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
CYBERSECURITY FIELD GUIDE #11
How to Secure Your Operational Technology (OT)