A new platform aimed at reducing the need for multiple security vendors to protect an organization’s digital assets was announced Tuesday by Forcepoint. Its Forcepoint One is an all-in-one cloud platform that simplifies enterprise security by integrating zero trust and secure access service edge (SASE) technologies so security teams can manage one set of policies through a single console.
According to Forcepoint, the platform makes it easier for organizations to embrace SASE by putting crucial security services such as secure web gateway, remote browser isolation, content disarm and reconstruction, cloud access security broker and zero trust network access under a single umbrella. The company claims that the platform also eliminates the need for products to block malware and protect sensitive data across business applications and on BYOD devices by supporting integrated advanced threat protection and data loss prevention.
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