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Bitglass Platform Demo - November 9

By Kevin Sheu  |  November 8, 2021 at 5:00 AM  | 
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Forcepoint recently closed acquisition of Bitglass. The combination of Bitglass’ cloud-native platform and Forcepoint’s advanced threat protection and data security technologies will enable us to deliver the most comprehensive Security Service Edge (SSE) solution in the industry. In addition, our SD-WAN technology will complement our SSE to provide a highly cost-effective Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) solution as well.

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Forcepoint CEO: Future is Bright with Bitglass Acquisition

By Kevin Sheu  |  October 26, 2021 at 5:00 AM  | 
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It is an exciting time for Bitglass as we are now officially part of the Forcepoint family! 

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Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) vs Security Service Edge (SSE)

By Kevin Sheu  |  August 25, 2021 at 5:00 AM  | 
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At Bitglass, customers and prospects are rapidly architecting and deploying their SASE architecture and approach. In particular, we are commonly asked how they should go about prioritizing such a comprehensive approach; there is no shortage of functionality that customers can use to secure interactions between any devices, apps, web destinations, on-premises resources, and infrastructure.

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Perspectives: Gartner’s Strategic Roadmap for SASE Convergence

By Kevin Sheu  |  June 2, 2021 at 9:46 AM  | 
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Gartner recently published the 2021 Strategic Roadmap for SASE Convergence, outlining the migration to a Secure Access Services Edge (SASE) architecture. In it, the document acknowledges that the transition to a complete SASE model will take time. Beyond the practical challenges that come with refresh cycles, staff expertise, and the maturity of SASE offerings to truly harness the collective power of a converged architecture; it reflects a broader point of guidance: teams need to develop a three- to five-year roadmap for SASE. That guidance coincides with a period when organizations are beginning to plan for their future after one of the most disruptive global periods in recent history.

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