Lookout and HPE Aruba integrate platforms to form SASE architecture
Lookout and HPE Aruba are partnering to provide a best-of-breed SASE architecture. Lookout's security service edge (SSE) platform and HPE's Aruba EdgeConnect Enterprise SD-WAN platform will be integrated.
The integration between the platforms results in a SASE architecture. According to the part... Read more
Cloudflare launches Zero Trust SIM, endpoint security for smartphones
Cloudflare introduced Zero Trust SIM, an upcoming solution that runs on eSIM cards to secure all smartphone traffic.
There are numerous smartphone security solutions available in today's market. Agents are a common approach, wherein a vendor deploys a software program on a smartphone to monitor... Read more
Netskope integrates security service edge into Orange’s network
Telecom provider Orange announced a partnership with cloud security vendor Netskope. Netskope's security service edge (SSE) technology will be integrated into Orange's network, paving the way for a secure access service edge (SASE) solution.
Netskope provides a broad range of cloud and network s... Read more
GTT well-positioned to provide SASE in a dynamic world
GTT is fully committed to SASE, or Secure Access Service Edge. It does so in its own way. We spoke with Mark de Haan, SVP Central Europe at GTT Communications. What makes Secure Connect, the SASE offering from GTT, unique? Why, as a customer, should you go for GTT and not for one of the many dozens... Read more
Prisma SASE updates strengthen prevention, detection and response
Palo Alto Networks expands Prisma SASE with new features for cyberattack detection and outage troubleshooting.
Palo Alto Networks is one of the world's largest security software vendors. The organization generated more than €4 billion in revenue in 2021. Prisma SASE is key to the offering.
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Cato Networks expands SASE into Scandinavia
The company now has a new point of presence (PoP) in Copenhagen, its second in Scandinavia.
This week, Cato Networks announced the opening of its Copenhagen point of presence (PoP), the twentieth PoP in EMEA and the second in the Nordic region. The new Copenhagen PoP further extends Cato’s thr... Read more
Cisco introduces Security Cloud for multicloud
Cisco is launching the Security Cloud, a platform that should provide companies with the best security for their hybrid multi-cloud environments.
With Cisco Security Cloud, companies can secure their IT ecosystem without being confronted with the lock-in of their public cloud environments. Accor... Read more
Cato Networks fixes zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Office
Cato Networks developed a workaround for a zero-day vulnerability recently found in Microsoft Office. Customers of Cato Networks are immune to the vulnerability.
Cato Networks provides a Secure Access Service Edge service (SASE). The service has two components. First, it connects customers' appl... Read more
Cato Networks makes BrandLoyalty’s WAN fast, transparent and secure
BrandLoyalty wanted to modernize its global WAN, and had some very clear wishes and requirements. After a thorough RFP, they went for Cato Networks. We spoke with Ben de Laat and Arne van Vuuren, respectively the Head of IT Security and Head of IT Operations at BrandLoyalty, about this choice.
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Cato Networks recognizes BYOD devices for new network access policies
The new version of Cato Networks SASE recognizes the device type with which network users connect. The distinction between business and personal devices enables new, effective policies.
Cato Networks develops a SASE solution. Customers' applications and users connect to an SD-WAN. Network traffi... Read more