With the arrival of the Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), network and security professionals are now planning their migration towards this new architecture that adapts to the distributed nature of users and data. SASE promises to reduce complexity and cost; improve performance; increase accessibility; and enhance security. So the question now becomes: what is the best path to bring you all these benefits as you work towards implementing SASE?
As we bring together a selected group of industry peers for a private discussion we ask:
1. What has been the biggest change in your edge networking and security paradigms as we move to "work from anywhere"?
2. What policy or technology changes did you have to adap fastest over the last couple of years?
3. Help each other: what successes can you share or tip us off to what pitfalls we should avoid?