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Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is a concept that's probably known by most professionals in the security industry. But Security Service Edge (SSE) might be a little more foreign.
Though they may appear similar, the differences between them are many. While SASE focuses more on network connectivity and infrastructure, SSE takes the side of security capabilities and services. SASE puts emphasis on brokered connectivity for branch offices and remote locations through a cloud fabric, and SSE is geared more to end users who are looking to break free from traditional network security.
Read this e-guide to learn more about the differences between the two and the benefits that both SASE and SSE have to offer.