Cisco Secure Access, Cisco’s latest SSE solution, handles decisions about how users connect to applications behind the scenes, allowing them to get to what they want faster. As a result, users are more secure while experiencing less trouble.
The company has delivered on its promise of the AI-powered Cisco Security Cloud to simplify cybersecurity and allow workers to do their best work from anywhere, regardless of the increasingly sophisticated threat landscape. Cisco is investing in cutting-edge AI and machine learning capabilities that will empower security teams by simplifying operations and enhancing efficacy and the outcome which we have from the company is its latest Cisco Secure Access.
The IT landscape has altered substantially in recent years. The usage of cloud computing is rising. The majority of consumers are now remote or hybrid. Most businesses rely on a complicated web of point products that were never intended to serve today’s highly distributed environment.
Cisco is working with top mobile device suppliers to provide the safest and greatest user experience possible, regardless of where customers work. Cisco worked with Apple to integrate Zero Trust Access (ZTA) capabilities powered by Cisco Secure Access into a native experience on iOS and macOS, making secure access to applications widespread while making IT easier and everyone safer.
Cisco Secure Access is utilising a hybrid Points of Presence (POP) strategy in collaboration with Cisco Data Centres and public cloud providers to rapidly expand our customers’ worldwide reach.
It uses features from the rest of the Cisco security and networking portfolio, including embedded network visibility from Cisco ThousandEyes, and can be readily integrated with third-party vendor solutions as part of the Cisco Security Cloud.
Cisco Secure Access will be available in limited quantities beginning in July 2023 and will become generally available in October 2023.
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