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Security Service Edge (SSE)

What is Security Service Edge (SSE)?

security service edge (SSE) and SASE

Rigid security architectures built with disjointed security point solutions and appliances can’t adapt to emerging business and technical requirements and the evolving threat landscape. There must be a better way...

Security Service Edge (SSE) is a limited form of network security convergence in the cloud, introduced by Gartner in 2021. SSE converges SWG, CASB/DLP, and ZTNA into one, holistic cloud service. Security Service Edge provides secure access to internet and cloud-based applications without directly addressing global application access optimization and east-west WAN traffic security. This limited consolidation of security architecture allows enterprises to quickly adapt to new business and technical challenges like cloud migration, the growing hybrid workforce, etc. However, SSE’s consolidation is only a limited portion of SASE’s security pillars.

While SSE is a great first step towards reducing the architectural complexity of security point solutions, Only SSE 360 can provide a truly seamless path to single-vendor SASE. SSE 360 is an extension of Gartner's SSE, which extends the functionality of basic SSE with built-in FWaaS, IPS, and NGAM for advanced threat protection and SD-WAN for global networking services with guaranteed performance. With a Single Pass Processing Engine, a 360-degree SSE enhances basic SSE, adding FWaaS, IPS, and NGAM for a full inspection and enforcement of multiple access, network, and security policies. This protects all traffic, users, apps, and services. Learn the architectural difference between traditional SSE and SSE 360, benefits and ease in migrating towards single-vendor SASE.

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