US Signal Develops SASE Solution with MSP Expo Sponsor Cato Networks

US Signal Develops SASE Solution with MSP Expo Sponsor Cato Networks

By Greg Tavarez

The global SASE market size is projected to grow from $1.9 billion in 2023 to $5.9 billion by 2028, according to Research and Markets. A huge reason why the SASE market is growing is because SASE solutions allow organizations to digital transformation more securely.

SASE converges networking and security services into a unified, cloud-delivered platform, while enhancing agility, scalability and efficiency for organizations. This approach simplifies network management and provides comprehensive security measures such as zero-trust principles.

Now, a news SASE solution has hit the market. US Signal's SASE solution, the second product offering developed in partnership with MSP Expo sponsor Cato Networks, provides a joint networking and security service that provides a cloud-native approach to securing branch offices, users and applications.

US Signal is an IT solutions provider powered by a wholly owned and operated fiber network, which helps businesses optimize resources through the provision of managed and professional services. Offerings include network, data center, connectivity, cloud hosting, colocation, data protection and disaster recovery services.

As for its SASE solution, it converges SD-WAN and SSE functions to simplify network and security stack management. The purpose of this is to improve agility and enhance security through a full security stack and unified policies.

US Signal SASE offers full visibility into WAN and internet traffic with no blind spots to create a simpler, more efficient and secure network infrastructure for customers. This transparency ensures that businesses have a clear understanding of their network activities, facilitating informed decision-making and efficient troubleshooting.

By offering full visibility, US Signal SASE not only enhances security; it also simplifies the overall network infrastructure, streamlining management processes.

"Our SASE offering will empower users with unparalleled security on their network to mitigate risk, enhance productivity, efficiency and flexibility," said US Signal CEO Dan Watts.

Cato Networks is a Gold sponsor of MSP Expo, taking place in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, February 13-15, 2024. Part of the #TECHSUPERSHOW, MSP Expo is the premier event for MSPs, offering a three-day experience combining conference education, networking opportunities, an exhibit hall full of the latest technologies and solutions to help MSPs build their business, and more. Cato Networks will be in booth #543 in the exhibit hall.

Edited by Alex Passett
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