Getting a business grip on security frameworks

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Trying to explain secure access service edge (SASE pronounced ‘sassy’) and zero trust can be exasperating when you’re making the case for business leaders to invest in new products and infrastructure. The onus is on IT leaders to focus top executives on the business benefits these technology concepts entail and how they will advance the cause of enterprise security. Both SASE and zero trust are fast-evolving security concepts, creating somewhat of a moving target. Vendors and service providers are eager to frame those concepts within the frameworks of their own offerings; that can create confu…

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