SASE Security Architecture Fundamentals

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What are the four core security components of SASE?

Firewall, CASB, FWaaS, and ZTNA

True or false: SASE can be used to protect on-premise networks only.


What is SASE struggling with in order to keep up with the changing threat landscape?

Highly customizable tools

True or false: SASE has been successful in preventing cyberattacks by leveraging traditional methods.


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  • SASE is a security architecture that uses four core security components: a firewall, a CASB, a FWaaS, and a ZTNA.
  • The firewall and CASB components of SASE help to provide URL filtering, IDS/IPS, and DLP.
  • Both on-premise and cloud-based networks can be protected by a SASE approach.
  • Cyberattacks happen every day and are more complex and challenging than ever to stop.
  • SASE has used many traditional methods, such as signature-based and heuristic-based, to prevent cyberattacks, but it has struggled to keep pace with the changing threat landscape.
  • Today, Attackers leverage highly customizable tools to evade signature defenses and encrypt their network communications, making stopping attacks more complex and challenging.

Test your knowledge of SASE security architecture and its core components like firewall, CASB, FWaaS, and ZTNA. Learn about the challenges of traditional security methods in preventing cyberattacks and how SASE addresses them.

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