Sprint Networks

Secure Access Solution

Cloud-native approach that doesn't force traffic through the old data centre. It is therefore a natural solution for managing this new distributed, perimeter-less world.

Sprint Networks

Secure Access Service Edge

Simplifying wide-area networking and security by delivering both as a cloud service directly to the source of connection rather than the enterprise data centre.

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What is SASE (Secure Access Service Edge)?

The convergence of networking, network security in the cloud and on premises.

SASE transforms network infrastructure to streamline the transition to multi-cloud and SaaS, dramatically improving security and application performance. Furthermore, SASE simplifies wide-area networking and security by delivering both as a cloud service directly to the source of connection rather than the enterprise data center.

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SASE Topology

  • Ubiquitous security, data-privacy and optimal traffic steering
  • Elastic SASE Fabric can scale-out or scale- in globally on demand
  • Secure SDWAN.
    • End device to secure access gateway
    • Secure access gateway to enterprise DC, cloud
  • Cloud Security Services – seamless contextual security based on user, groups, location, device, posture, application and content
  • Cloud Gateway for optimal SaaS access

SASE Features

SD-WAN Secure Web Gateway (SWG) Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB)
Web application and API protection
Remote browser isolation
Recursive DNS
ZTNA
API based access to SaaS
Firewall as a Service (FWaaS)
Identity sensitive data and malware
WiFi hotspot protection
Legacy VPN
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A Cloud access security broker, or CASB, is cloud-hosted software or on-premises software or hardware that act as an intermediary between users and cloud service providers. CASBs have become a vital part of enterprise security, allowing businesses to safely use the cloud while protecting sensitive corporate data.

Secure Web gateway solutions protect Web-surfing PCs from infection and enforce company policies. A secure Web gateway is a solution that filters unwanted software/malware from user-initiated Web/Internet traffic and enforces corporate and regulatory policy compliance. These gateways must, at a minimum, include URL filtering, malicious-code detection and filtering, and application controls for popular Web-based applications, such as instant messaging (IM) and Skype. Native or integrated data leak prevention is also increasingly included.

Firewalls were originally created to protect on-site company networks, but as more companies moved their applications and data to the cloud, firewalls had to evolve. Now, firewall as a service, or FWaaS, enables firewalls to be delivered as part of a company’s cloud infrastructure.

Zero trust network access (ZTNA), also known as the software-defined perimeter (SDP), is a set of technologies that operates on an adaptive trust model, where trust is never implicit, and access is granted on a “need-to-know,” least-privileged basis defined by granular policies. ZTNA gives users seamless and secure connectivity to private applications without ever placing them on the network or exposing apps to the internet.