Security | Threat Detection | Cyberattacks | DevSecOps | Compliance


Solving the SASE User Experience Challenge with Proactive Digital Experience Management (P-DEM)

In today’s era of digital transformation, organizations are rapidly shifting towards a distributed and dynamic digital infrastructure. This new reality is characterized by hybrid workforces, software as a service (SaaS), and cloud hosting. While this transformation brings numerous benefits, it also introduces significant challenges for IT organizations, particularly in terms of maintaining visibility over user experience and performance management.

Introducing Cato EPP: SASE-Managed Protection for Endpoints

As cyber threats continue expanding, endpoints have become ground zero in the fight to protect corporate resources. Advanced cyber threats pose a serious risk, so protecting corporate endpoints and data should be a high priority. Endpoint Protection Platforms (EPPs) are the first line of defense against endpoint cyber-attacks. It provides malware protection, zero-day protection, and device and application control. Additionally, EPPs serve a valuable role in meeting regulatory compliance mandates.

Embracing a Channel-First Approach in a SASE-based XDR and EPP Era

Today, we have the privilege of speaking with Frank Rauch, Global Channel Chief of Cato Networks, as he shares his insights on our exciting announcement about Cato introducing the world’s first SASE-based, extended detection and response (XDR) and the first SASE-managed endpoint protection platform (EPP).

Fulfilling the promise of single-vendor SASE through network modernization

As more organizations collectively progress toward adopting a SASE architecture, it has become clear that the traditional SASE market definition (SSE + SD-WAN) is not enough. It forces some teams to work with multiple vendors to address their specific needs, introducing performance and security tradeoffs. More worrisome, it draws focus more to a checklist of services than a vendor’s underlying architecture.

Cato Networks launches the world's first SASE-based XDR | Live session with CEO Shlomo Kramer

Welcome to the launch of the world's first SASE-based XDR and SASE-managed EPP by Cato Networks! Get ready to take off on a thrilling journey as we delve into the cutting-edge technology and visionary insights that are revolutionizing the cybersecurity landscape.

The Next Level of Network Performance with Netskope SASE and Borderless SD-WAN

I bet many of you have experienced those frustrating moments on Zoom, Teams, or any other Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) platform like RingCentral. You know what I’m talking about—the dreaded video and audio glitches caused by a less-than-stellar internet connection, which are often completely out of your hands.

Cato Taps Generative AI to Improve Threat Communication

Today, Cato is furthering our goal of simplifying security operations with two important additions to Cato SASE Cloud. First, we’re leveraging generative AI to summarize all the indicators related to a security issue. Second, we tapped ML to accelerate the identification and ranking of threats by finding similar past threats across an individual customer’s account and all Cato accounts.

Cato XDR: A SASE-based Approach to Threat Detection and Response

Security analysts continue to face an ever-evolving threat landscape, and their traditional approaches are proving to be quite limited. They continue to be overrun with security alerts, and their SIEMs often fail to properly correlate all relevant data, leaving them more exposed to cyber threats. These analysts require a more effective method to understand threats faster and reduce security risks in their environment.

Cato Networks Unveils Groundbreaking SASE-based XDR & EPP: Insights from Partners

In the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity, Cato Networks introduced the world’s first SASE-based extended detection and response (XDR) and the first SASE-managed endpoint protection platform (EPP). This Cato SASE Cloud platform marks a significant milestone in the industry’s journey towards a more secure, converged, and responsive cybersecurity platform.

Understanding SASE and SSE | What's the difference?

In the rapidly evolving realm of network security, staying abreast of the latest technologies is crucial to safeguarding your organization’s data and infrastructure. Two prominent solutions that have garnered attention in recent times are Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) and Secure Service Edge (SSE). In this blog post, we’ll delve into the nuances of these two concepts, helping you make informed decisions about your network security strategy.