Zscaler CEO Jay Chaudhry said Palo Alto Networks' strategy of offering free products to new platform customers will "unravel over time" as firewalls become shelfware. Legacy vendors find themselves "in a defensive position" as the role of firewalls shrinks and demand for zero trust security grows.
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A complete SSE solution, including native integration...
In today's dynamic landscape, organizations face the challenge of balancing agility and security. Traditional platforms fall short, bogged down by outdated architectures and backhauling traffic, hindering user experience and escalating costs.
Enter Secure Access Service Edge (SASE). This revolutionary approach...
The SASE marketplace has evolved significantly since it first emerged in 2019, and enterprises today can see the stark differences between piecemeal and integrated solutions. Kumar Ramachandran of Palo Alto Networks and Ganesh Devarajan of Accenture talk about the power of platform and services.
Palo Alto will spent nearly $670 million buying Talon and Dig to broaden its cloud security portfolio and protect unmanaged devices without affecting usability. Purchasing Tel Aviv, Israel-based Talon Cyber Security for $435 million will help safeguard the 36% of the workforce that's independent.
Palo Alto Networks announced its second acquisition in a week, scooping up the 2022 winner of RSA Conference's prestigious Innovation Sandbox contest. The proposed buy of Talon Cyber Security will enable users to securely access business applications from any device, including noncorporate devices.
Fortinet plans to shift its R&D and go-to-market investments to the faster-growing SASE and security operations segments as growth slows in the network security market. The company expects "more modest growth" in the near term given that 70% of Fortinet's billings today come from network hardware.
A Leader Positioned Highest on Ability to Execute and Furthest on Completeness of Vision
Since the world was first introduced to a new category called secure access service edge in 2019, cybersecurity companies have been fast at work creating the "best" or "most complete" SASE solution on the market.
A fireside chat between Jaye Tillson, Field CTO HPE Aruba Networking SSE & co-founder of the SSE Forum, Board Member of the Cloud Security Alliance and the facilitator Bevan Boote, in which you will hear about the key learnings and advice from an early adopter of SSE, SASE, & Zero Trust. Jaye will share his input on...
A late-stage SASE startup led by a serial entrepreneur hauled in a massive equity investment to address the feature and capability needs of large enterprises. The $238 million in funding will allow Cato Networks to more tightly align CASB and DLP with SASE to safeguard cloud apps and sensitive data.
Cisco's proposed $28 billion buy of Splunk allows businesses to move from threat detection and response to threat prediction and prevention by combining XDR and SIEM. The deal brings together Cisco's newly released XDR platform with Splunk's long-standing SIEM technology.
Netskope purchased a French digital experience management startup to monitor and proactively remediate performance issues across both SD-WAN and SSE. The deal will bring network and application performance visibility to user devices as well as hybrid, SaaS and cloud applications.
Secure access service edge has evolved significantly over the past four years, transforming from a relatively new idea into a well-defined and widely discussed framework for network and security architecture. NetWitness focuses on integration rather than offering a SASE product.