A new acronym invading the marketing materials of cybersecurity vendors is SASE.
- Omdia has its reservations about SASE as a product category, but recognizes that numerous vendors have adopted this parlance to describe all or part of their network security offerings.
Features and Benefits
- Describes what SASE and its component parts are.
- Explains why the term is attractive to different groups of vendors.
Key questions answered
- Is SASE going to become the new norm for delivering security?
- What comes after SASE?
Table of contents
SASE is a marketing term, not a technology
Reactions vary from enthusiasm to skepticism
SASE should eventually cede to multimodal solutions
SASE providers need to address multimodal requirements