Unified SASE explained

Learn unified SASE in 5, 10, or 15 minutes

4 min: What is unified SASE?

Learn what unified SASE is and get a closer look at four key use cases.

10 min: Bringing connectivity and security together

Discover the benefits of unifying network and security functions for modern organizations.

15 min: Why choose single-vendor SASE?

Unified SASE brings simplicity and cost savings. See if it’s a good fit for you.

What the experts have to say

of enterprises will have adopted a strategy to unify web, cloud services, and private application access using a SASE/SSE architecture by 20251.

of new SD-WAN purchases will be part of a single-vendor SASE offering by 20252.

say their primary SSE use case is securing access for their remote and hybrid employees in research supported by Axis Security3.

1 Gartner Market Guide for Single-Vendor SASE, September 2023
2 Gartner Market Guide for Single-Vendor SASE, September 2023
3 Cybersecurity Insiders 2023 Security Services Edge (SSE) Adoption Report

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Security teams win with HPE Aruba Networking unified SASE

The benefits of unified SASE extend to those responsible for the security and governance of mission-critical data systems across the network, intellectual property, and the protection of employees wherever and whenever they work.

Holistic security with Zero Trust

Get complete visibility, authentication, policy-based access authorization, and attack detection and response.

Secure edge to cloud

Protect anyone or anything, at anytime or anywhere, from edge locations to cloud—in one solution. Unified SASE helps organizations tackle the security challenges of cloud computing and hybrid working.

AI-powered client visibility

Unified SASE uses machine learning to detect and profile every connected device so you can assign the appropriate access policies.

Automated network security

Get Zero Trust protection by providing continuous identity-based access control across network domains. When manual approaches become impractical, unified SASE meets the challenges of network growth and increasing data volumes.

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