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  • How the Security Inversion Impacts User and Data Protection

    Legacy cybersecurity methods are becoming increasingly inefficient against today’s cyberthreats. Modernizing the security model is necessary to ensure innovation and the protection of data and users. Read this white paper to learn more about ensuring effective security in a cloud and mobile-first world.

  • Vendor Portfolios for Secure Web Gateways

    Vendors are expanding their core secure web gateways (SWG) to add more security features such as CASB, zero-trust network access, FWaaS and remote browser isolation. Download this Gartner Magic Quadrant to examine broader portfolios that may help you consolidate security vendors.

  • A New Vision for Secure Web Gateways

    The rise of remote work and the shift towards the cloud has impacted nearly every aspect of how we work. Gartner’s 2020 Magic Quadrant report for Secure Web Gateways (SWG) highlighted these impacts and recognized Netskope as a leader in this area – read this article to find out why.

  • SASE and the Forces Shaping Digital Transformation Part 3: Government and Industry Regulations, and Global Social and Economic Forces

    SASE adoption must be done with an awareness of not just governmental and industry regulations, but also shifts in security budgets, the economy at large and even global conflicts and trade wars. View this blog post exploring SASE and these forces shaping digital transformation.

  • SASE & the Forces Shaping Digital Transformation

    With the rise of of digital transformation, SASE, and the continuing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are key forces that security practitioners need to be aware of. This blog outlines and details how security leaders can adapt to these key forces in a digitally transforming, SASE-enabled world – read on to get started.

  • Here Comes 2021: 5 Safe Bets and 5 Long Shot Predictions

    Quite often, things don’t go as planned (as least as far as the big events in life go). For networking and security professionals, this was true of plans made in 2019 for 2020. All of 2019’s plans went out the window early on, and organizations had to adjust. So, what are experts saying about 2021? Download this article to find out.

  • Where CASB and SWG Are Headed

    Gartner recently released Magic Quadrant reports for both CASB and SWG – but given the trajectory of where network security is headed, should CASB and SWG even be separate capabilities? Read this article to learn more about Gartner’s 2020 findings and Netskope’s 2021 predictions.

  • SASE and the Forces Shaping Digital Transformation Part 2: Organizational Culture & Adversaries and Threats

    Amid digital transformation, an industry-wide focus on SASE and the effects of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, there are key forces that security practitioners need to be aware of and operate within. Read this in-depth blog to understand the forces of organizational culture, as well as adversaries and threats, on SASE initiatives.

  • Helpful Answers to Your SASE-est Questions

    Businesses large and small are seeing the cost benefits of moving to a cloud-native control point, with the security posture and risk management tools they need. With that in mind, they still have questions and want clarity about SASE as a concept. In this article, peer through some of the most popular questions (and answers) about SASE.

  • Top 5 SASE Use Cases for Remote Workers

    With a hybrid workforce, understanding the top security use cases for SASE provides an important perspective on relevant capabilities often not delivered by existing legacy security solutions. Download the Top 5 SASE Use Cases for Remote Workers today to keep your hybrid workforce secure.

  • SASE or Not: What is the Real Deal?

    Download this infographic for a quick rundown of everything you need to keep in mind during your SASE journey.

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