“Secure Access Service Edge” is dominating WAN security marketing. While conceptually not completely new, largely building on the foundations laid by software-defined perimeters, SASE brings many changes. SASE needs to be accompanied by a complete overhaul in mindset for WAN managers and will bring many new complexities, including further obscuring the divide between networking and security.
· How do you define SASE and what changes does it bring compared to security postures in the legacy MPLS network?
· What SASE-ready products are really out in the market at the moment? How can vendors integrate the SASE concept into SD-WAN Services?
· What are the shortcomings of the SASE approach?
· What are some of the prerequisites that make for a successful SASE adoption and how should enterprises go about starting the process?
· Should enterprises opt for an all-in-one solution or DIY?
· How easy will SASE be to manage on a long-term basis?