Last updated on December 1st, 2021 at 01:24 pm
SASE, CASB, Zero Trust, SSE – confused yet by all the abbrevations and acryonyms? Cybersecurity ist a highly dynamic field, and even the analysts find it hard to keep up.
We asked Mike Schuricht, VP Products at Forcepoint, to shed some light on Security Service Edge and explains its relationship to SASE and some other cybersecurity abbreviations in this Video Byte.
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