This post was originally published by Kevin Sheu.
As we start the new year and see companies begin their plans and execution for “the new normal”, a topic of discussion from a past Customer Advisory meeting has become much more pronounced: what is the relationship between Zero Trust and Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)? Is one more relevant as security teams begin preparing for either a return to the office or an increasingly distributed environment?
In short, they are not mutually exclusive. They look to help security teams who find that their footprint has expanded beyond their control. Many of their users control or own the device, traffic doesn’t traverse their own infrastructure and trusting users by default becomes insufficient.
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