New Gartner® Report on Single-Vendor SASE

Secure the hybrid workforce and SaaS apps with one SASE solution.

Reduce Vendor Complexity and Increase Flexibility

Can one solution do it all? According to Gartner®, by 2025, 80% of enterprises will have adopted a strategy to unify web, cloud services and private application access using a SASE/SSE architecture, up from 20% in 2021.*

Palo Alto Networks believes one solution offers a more confident security posture, simplicity and greater visibility than managing multiple dispersed products to protect your hybrid workforce.

In addition to securing the remote workforce, the rise in the adoption of SaaS apps has expanded the attack surface for organizations. The usage of SaaS apps coupled with the shadow IT trend puts sensitive company information at risk, unlike ever before. Organizations are often left overwhelmed with the number of products and vendors to choose from, and a shift to SASE to secure the modern remote workforce and SaaS has ensued.

This Market Guide provides recommendations and market analysis for those searching for a single SASE vendor. In this guide, you’ll learn more about:

    • Key findings, including SASE and SD-WAN trends and the three options for SASE adoption.
    • Benefits and challenges of single-vendor SASE offerings.
    • Why Next-Generation CASB is a critical part of every SASE architecture to secure SaaS apps.
    • Strategy and planning steps to evaluate vendors and successfully deploy a SASE solution.

Palo Alto Networks is a Representative Vendor in this Market Guide. We offer Prisma® SASE, a single solution that supports the core and recommended capabilities listed in the report.

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Gartner, Market Guide for Single-Vendor SASE, 28 September 2022, Neil MacDonald | John Watts | Jonathan Forest | Andrew Lerner

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