Embedded security with Network as a Service cloud based security, which is a component of NaaS, enables you to meet security demands across today’s distributed organizations. The potential benefits of cloud-based security, such as the Advanced Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) solution, provides more scalability, easier deployment and management, better application performance, and increased business agility. Also, zero-trust security limits users to specific applications and, thus, improves security to critical applications. The challenges of legacy systems—and their security vulnerabilities—can be significantly reduced with Network as a Service - Security.
Network as a Service doesn't replace in-house IT teams, but it does enable your own staff to focus on the IT objectives that create business value, while the NaaS provider keeps the trains running. It makes business more dynamic and enables IT to provide a closer connection to business goals. This partnership between in-house staff and the NaaS provider minimizes operational risk and maximizes business options.
When choosing a NaaS provider, look for one that offers global coverage, the latest technology and that can demonstrate success metrics, such as app performance, network uptime and rapid scalability. In a world of constant and unpredictable change, nothing provides flexibility like NaaS and Network as a Service - Security.
To learn more about Network as a Service, check out how Verizon envisions a modern network on demand.