Getting Networking Right in the SASE Era

In 2019, when the term Secure Access Service Edge, or SASE, was first coined, it was to define a useful way of setting up the network and security infrastructure to satisfy a cloud-first future with services at the edge. Since then, SASE has been long on hype and discussion, but short on actual, practical advice. What does SASE mean for your digital transformation strategy?


Adopting Zero Trust and SASE as Fed and SLED Agencies Go Remote-First

The global pandemic further accelerated a trend toward remote work that was already underway, even in federal, state, and local agencies that previously resisted it. But as agencies continue to offer telework options to employees, they must also rethink their security stack to better mitigate the cybersecurity risks that remote work catalyzes. Traditional, perimeter-based approaches to security will no longer work in a cloud-first environment where data can, and is, accessed from just about anywhere.

ESG Research Finds SASE Adoption Has Accelerated, Multi-vendor Approaches are Preferred, and ZTNA Projects Are Leading the Way

Axis Security and industry analyst firm Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) unveil new quantitative survey research of more than 600 cybersecurity, networking, and IT professionals in North America, UK, France, and Germany who are focused on their organizations Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) initiatives.

Yes, We Really Are This Confident in NewEdge Performance. Here's Why.

Over the last year, we’ve made tremendous progress expanding NewEdge to provide Netskope customers with the global coverage they demand. We have real, full-compute data centers in nearly 50 regions today and plans to go live with our Lima, Peru data center in early October (which will be our fifth in Latin America).

Ask SME Anything: What's the difference between SASE and SSE?

In this episode of Ask SME (Subject Matter Expert) Anything, Netskope’s Tony Kros dives into Gartner's new term Security Service Edge (SSE), what distinguishes SASE from SSE, and why both concepts are so fundamental to building cloud-centric security and networking architectures of the future.

Straight Talk Series: Network and Security United

A Secure Access Service Edge (or SASE) solution requires both network and security teams, and their tools to work together harmoniously. Netskope, the SASE leader, safely and quickly connects users directly to the internet, any application, and their infrastructure from any device, on or off the network. With CASB, SWG, and ZTNA built natively in a single platform, Netskope is fast everywhere, data-centric, and cloud smart, all while enabling good digital citizenship and providing a lower total-cost-of-ownership.

Understanding Security Service Edge (SSE) and SASE

The SASE journey requires reliable partners with truly integrated platform capabilities, not vendors wielding smoke-and-mirrors-style marketing proclaiming “SASE” in giant headlines. But clarity is critical, and both SASE and the more-recently-coined security service edge (SSE) terminology, can be a little confusing.


AI/ML for Malware Detection

Malware detection is an important part of the Netskope Security Cloud platform, complete with a secure access service edge (SASE) architecture, that we provide to our customers. Malware is malicious software that is designed to harm or exploit devices and computer systems. Various types of malware, such as viruses, worms, Trojan horses, ransomware, and spyware, remain a serious problem for corporations and government agencies.