As the quote says “all good things are worth waiting for”. And now that you are considering your journey to SASE – or maybe you’ve already started – then you are on the right path to better security combined with enhanced productivity for your workforce.

Just make sure that you define your journey and set your goals before you start. The true outcomes of a successful SASE implementation include:
Stopping all threats
Protecting all users regardless of location or device
Securing all content, applications and web traffic
Invisible to end users
Extending a platform to include multiple elements of the security stack

Learn the key considerations as you carry out your journey to cloud based security – SASE.

Wednesday, June 9, 2021 12:00 pm PDT

With the continued migration of people, data and applications to the cloud, it has become clear that the traditional ways of implementing policy and security are gone. To fully realize the promise of digital transformation projects, security must be the final piece of the puzzle to make the journey to the cloud, putting it back in proximity to what it is designed to protect – people, data and applications.
Learn how the key elements of a SASE architecture can reap benefits for organizations large and small and how to get started on that journey.

Wednesday, June 16, 2021 12:00 pm PDT

Now in it’s eighth year, the Cyberthreat Defense Report has become a staple among security leaders and practioners, helping them gauge their internal practices and security investments against those of their peers across different countries and industries.
Gain key insights to security concerns, projects and priorities of security leaders globally to help define your internal strategy and investment plan

Wednesday, June 23, 2021 12:00 pm PDT

Web proxies were invented in the early 1990s for people to access the Internet from behind a firewall. To enhance security, different capabilities were added to scan for malicious content, decrypt encrypted web traffic, and inspect for data loss. This came at a tremendous cost of hardware and operational overhead. That was BEFORE 75% of the workforce became remote workers.

Today, enabling web access and protecting productivity requires a new approach centered on isolation technologies powered by the cloud. A new architectural approach to web proxies designed to cater to knowledge workers — as well as modern-day threats — enhances protection and simplifies day-to-day load on security operations.

Featured speakers.

Mark Guntrip
Sr Dir, Cybersecurity Strategy
Menlo Security

Steve Piper
CyberEdge Group

Nick Edwards
VP of Product Management
Menlo Security

Jack Miller
Head of Professional Services
Menlo Security

Additional resources from Menlo.