Singapore: Cybersecurity solutions provider SonicWall said it secures any mix of cloud, hybrid and traditional networks. SonicWall is emphasizing returning choice to customers by offering security and scale to any mix of cloud, hybrid and traditional networks environment.
“Too many times organisations have been forced to change the way they operate in order to secure access to their networks, data, devices and people,” said SonicWall President and CEO Bill Conner.
“We’ve been busy innovating cloud and virtual solutions that help organisations secure complex blends of networks, including virtual, hybrid, cloud and on-premises deployments,” added Conner.
According to Debasish Mukherjee, VP – Sales, APAC, SonicWall, the new normal has forced organisations in Asia Pacific to think about sustainable digitalization, which necessitates changes in the way they operate.
“Organisations in Asia Pacific are increasingly shifting their focus towards securing their cloud networks as part of their digitalization roadmap,” said Mukherjee.
In doing so, SonicWall has relied on its boundless cybersecurity approach to return deployment choices to the customers addressing their real-world issues and needs. Such as distributed networks and enterprises, applications, users, multi-cloud and hybrid-cloud environments along with traditional networks.
The company is serving customers across segments including SMBs, enterprises, governments and MSSPs.
SonicWall’s core cloud solution offerings:
- Solve security and connectivity challenges for cloud-native and hybrid environments.
- Secure access to cloud and on-premises applications and virtualized workloads through modern zero-trust capabilities.
- Protect increasingly distributed and remote workforces through powerful virtualized security layers and zero-touch capabilities.
- Simplify threat detection and response by unifying security events and analytics in a single cloud-based dashboard, allowing easy visualization and management of high-risk alerts.
“The modern IT environment is rife with complexity that drives security and connectivity challenges, which can be further complicated when organisations require hybrid environments comprised of physical, virtual and SaaS offerings, and private and public cloud solutions,” said IDC Research Director Chris Rodriguez.
“Cybersecurity vendors that support these deployment options add tremendous financial and operational flexibility for their customers, and are also well suited for organisations that are in different stages of their cloud journey,” added Rodriguez.