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Cloud Access Proxy

Ensure optimized and secure access to your SaaS applications while improving user experience and providing comprehensive visibility.

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Legacy Enterprise Solutions Do Not Work Well with SaaS

As organizations grow and expand into multiple branch offices, they are forced into hub-and-spoke deployment, backhauling branch office traffic to a central security stack for inspection. The rapid increase in SaaS adoption is introducing bottlenecks and deteriorating user experience. Point solutions like SD-WAN, SWGs and CASB can alleviate some of these problems but lack cohesion, failing to provide full visibility into all SaaS and outbound application traffic.

Operational inefficiency

  • The hub-and-spoke model with centralized security introduces bottlenecks and latency, deteriorating user experience
  • Increased adoption of SaaS applications and the rapid move towards multi-cloud deployments worsens the problem
  • For latency-free user experience, SaaS traffic needs to be identified and routed directly to the cloud, bypassing the security stack

Incomplete security

  • Solutions like SD-WAN provide traffic optimization but lack security features that are essential for secure internet access
  • Point solutions like CASB do not provide full visibility, lack cohesion and provide partial coverage of important security features
  • Access control is key to stopping data transfers between sanctioned and unsanctioned SaaS applications

Disjointed visibility

  • With the rise in SaaS adoption, the use of Shadow IT has also increased
  • Bypassing SaaS traffic for traffic optimization creates a visibility blackhole
  • Visibility across all branches, the headquarter with the central security stack, and the cloud is important
Cloud Access Proxy Visibility & Analytics Solution

Cloud Access Proxy Visibility & Analytics Solution

Gain comprehensive visibility into all outbound application traffic and SaaS application usage, making sure that all sanctioned and unsanctioned SaaS application usage, as well as security events, can be tracked.