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  1. DPI-enhanced CASB for tighter security in the cloud

    As a middleman negotiating traffic flows between users on the ground and applications in the cloud, the importance of the cloud access security broker (CASB) continues to grow. But to be able to provide real-time insights, end-to-end visibility and accurate detection of threats and anomalies, DPI engines such as R&S®PACE 2 are a critical addition. By combining the capabilities of both the CASB and DPI, enterprises are sure to be safe as they move their work to the cloud.

    Blog post Score: 8

  2. SASE: Conquering the ever expanding enterprise edge

    Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is a network architecture that allows enterprises to securely connect remote users and devices to the enterprise-wide area network(WAN). SASE essentially combines ‘network-as-a-service’ with ‘security-as-a-service’ to provide enterprises, especially those with a growing number of edge connections covering branches, mobile workers, remote workers and IoT devices, the means to monitor, manage and secure their enterprise networks and assets. If SASE will be the crucial architecture for securing and managing the ever-expanding enterprise perimeter, deep packet inspection is the logical complement, providing real-time intelligence at every point along the way.

    Blog post Score: 0