Monday, August 2, 2021

BrandPost: Taking Zero Trust to the Edge

No one can deny that networks have changed. With the rise in remote working and multi-cloud adoption, the traditional idea of the enterprise perimeter has changed. The move to cloud and hybrid networks made traditional leased line networks used for routing traffic back to data centers less relevant. Now networks are distributed and complex with more edges. Instead of a data center as a hub of the network, now software-defined wide area networks (SD-WAN) are characterized by application-aware dynamic routing and security.

To save bandwidth and reduce latency, computation and data storage is being moved to the enterprise edge so it is as close to users as possible. But creating these additional network edges results in increased levels of complexity. Today's networks have edges from IoT edges, home edges, branch office edges, headquarters edges, enterprise data center edges, and a multitude of cloud edges.

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