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Five Pitfalls to avoid as you plan to route branch traffic Direct-to-internet

Instead of deploying security at every branch, many organizations backhaul traffic to regional hubs or a few data center gateways.


Five Pitfalls to avoid as you plan to route branch traffic Direct-to-internet
Published By - hitechnectar

Relying on regional gateways

Instead of deploying security at every branch, many organizations backhaul traffic to regional hubs or a few data center gateways. It saves a bundle, but the downside is a poor user experience, and it complicates privacy and other compliance issues.
Instead: Use fast, local connections, secured by the Zscaler cloud.

Believing that virtual appliances equal cloud security

A virtual firewall has the same capacity limits as a physical one, and it will still buckle under the strain of SSL inspection or added security features. No firewall appliance, physical or virtual, can scale to meet growing demands. Only a true cloud firewall can do that.
Instead: Look to a 100% cloud firewall for security that scales.

Putting up with security gaps

Your users in the branch and regional offices deserve identical security to users at headquarters, with inspection for all ports and protocols, including SSL, and a full stack of security and access services, including sandbox, firewall, and advanced threat prevention.
Instead: Protect branch users with comprehensive, cloud-delivered security.

To read more download this whitepaper.


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