Macquarie Telecom SASE.
In a world where security breaches are on the rise, and work doesn’t just happen in the office, your business needs Macquarie Telecom SASE.
Introducing the first AI-driven SASE solution that protects every corner of your business, 24/7.
Security breaches begin before you even know.
Every day, new security threats emerge, targeting companies all over the world. Keeping up to date with the latest patches, and then rolling them out across every device throughout your business, can be time consuming and slow.
In fact, slow patch rollouts are one of the top reasons so many companies fall victim to security breaches.
When you move to a SASE architecture, security policies across your entire network are updated instantly, the moment a zero-day threat is identified. No manual updates, and no waiting. Which means a fast, bulletproof defence against data breaches from one end of your network to the other
SASE delivers up-to date attack protection in real time.
Catch problems as they happen,
with SASE’s AI-based platform.
Identifying network issues after they’ve already impacted your people means lost productivity and a below average user experience. And when you have no oversight of IoT devices like cameras and printers, filtering of security incidents can be extremely difficult.
We’ve built Edge Network Intelligence to watch over every piece of equipment across your network, 24/7. On a single screen, you can see all your networks, with a summary performance ranking for each one. If anything’s not performing the way it should, or if there’s unusual behaviour from a user or device that could indicate a security threat, you’ll be warned – and presented with a detailed analysis of the problem and a suggested fix.
Because Edge Network Intelligence is also ML-powered, it can build a picture of what your environment looks like when everything’s working as it should be (the baseline). It will then pick up the first signs of a trend that shows something’s wrong, or if anything deviates from the baseline. The signs could include glitches with a critical application showing that a user’s experiencing performance issues, or an IoT device that’s transferring much more data than usual, revealing a security incident. It’s like having a dedicated IT guy watching every piece of gear in your network, no matter how small, day and night.
Traditional security slows everything down.
Until recently, keeping your remote network environment secure meant compromising on performance. Appliance-based security meant data had to hairpin through your head office or data centre. Like any detour, this took time. And for remote users, it meant slow performance and problematic latency – something they didn’t experience in the office.
SASE means you can say goodbye to your data taking the long road. It puts the entire security function in the cloud, inline between the user and their traffic’s destination. The result? Snappy performance, with no compromise on security. Whether you’re running a Teams call or accessing your company’s central database, the experience is smooth and speedy… just like in the office.
In other words, SASE means the end of choosing between speed and security.
SASE means seamless, smooth performance. Everywhere.
People want choice, businesses want control.
These days, people use their work devices for work, but they often use personal applications too. For example, a typical user might have WhatsApp installed on their phone, and use Google Drive on their laptop to access personal files.
Traditional security policies either allow unlimited access to personal applications, or block them completely. With SASE’s cloud access security broker, or CASB, you can offer your people the right level of access without jeopardising the security of your business.
CASB lets you choose which features of each app your users can use. For example, you might decide that most users can access LinkedIn to view and like content in their feed, but they can’t post using the corporate device. It’s even easy to manage data sharing: for example, you might allow people to install Google Drive and download content, but block people from uploading to Google Drive.
With this level of control, it’s easy to give your teams freedom to use the apps they need, without risking accidental data loss or intentional data theft.