10 Hot SASE Companies To Watch In 2023
These companies are helping to boost security, visibility and agility for businesses that need to provide their workforce with secure remote access to applications.
Palo Alto Networks
With its complete single-vendor SASE offering, Prisma SASE, Palo Alto Networks has sought to offer advantages including ZTNA that goes beyond solutions that are “too trusting and can put customers at significant risk,” the company said in a news release. Prisma SASE enables what the company calls “ZTNA 2.0,” which “solves these problems by removing implicit trust to help ensure organizations are properly secured.” Palo Alto Networks has also geared its Prisma SASE platform toward meeting the needs of managed service providers, by offering capabilities specially designed for MSPs. Those include a cloud-based management portal featuring hierarchical multitenancy, which allows for granular role-based access control “to provide the flexibility to manage multiple customers with different needs,” the company said. Additionally, Prisma SASE offers an open API framework for easier integration to MSPs’ backend infrastructure.