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Security Service Edge
Infrastructure security solutions aligned with Zero Trust Architecture

What are the principles of Zero Trust?

Zero Trust is an architecture framework based on the concept of "never trust, always verify". It is a paradigm shift in security from perimeter based security.

The key principles are: 

  • All communication is secured  regardless of network location.

  • Access to enterprise resources is granted on a per-session basis

  • Access to resources is determined by dynamic policy. 

 

What is the relationship between Zero Trust and Security Service Edge? 

Zero Trust is an architecture principle or framework. SASE is an architecture pattern which is in line with the zero trust principles.

Security Service Edge is the security component of SASE and can be directly associated with a range of solutions and products.

What is the difference between SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) and SSE (Security Service Edge)

Security Service Edge is the security component of SASE and can be directly associated with a range of solutions and products.

What are the benefits for Security Service Edge?

The main benefits of SSE over legacy on-premises solutions are:

- User experience

- Improved security

- Cost and operational complexity 

What are the main use cases for the use of SSE?

Example of use cases

1- Improving user experience and security for a geographically distributed workforce

2-  Replace VPN with Zero Trust Network Access

3 - Secure access to SaaS apps

4 - Enable secure access for 3rd party teams and replace VDI

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