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Founded:
2015
Company Size:
51-200 employees
Company Type:
Private
Location:
Tel Aviv, Israel
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Cato Networks is rethinking network security from the ground up and into the Cloud. Cato has developed a revolutionary new Network Security as a Service (NSaaS) platform that is changing the way network security is delivered, managed, and evolved for the distributed, Cloud-centric, and mobile-first ...
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Evaluating Your Current Firewall Vendors (What about Configuration?) E-Book
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How To Migrate To A Multi-Cloud Deployment
As cloud migration becomes the norm for IT, enterprises of all sizes need to connect, secure and manage complex physical and cloud-based datacenters. What challenges will you face and how will you address them?Join us on our upcoming webinar, “Multi-Cloud and Hybrid Cloud: Securely Connecting Your Cloud Datacenters” as Hal Zamir, vice president of infrastructure for Spotad, explains how he delivered a global, multi-cloud, cloud network to enable Spotad’s self-learning, artif ...
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Security + Network As A Service: The Better SD-WAN
We’ve been discussing the impact the dissolving perimeter has had on networking and IT. Changes in our applications (cloud migration) and where users work (mobility) are driving the shift to software defined wide area networks (SD-WANs), but they’re also forcing us to rethink how we securely connect our users, application and data and deliver a compelling quality of experience. Unless the complete picture is assessed one is liable to simply shift costs between IT domains. Rather than IT play ...
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Four Questions For Life After MPLS
Anyone who’s purchased MPLS bandwidth has experienced the surreal. While at home you might spend $50 for a 50 Mbps Internet link, MPLS services can cost 10 times more for a fraction of the bandwidth. SD-WANs promise to address the problem, of course, but even as an SD-WAN provider we can tell you that SD-WANs may not be right choice for everyone. So much depends on how you answer certain questions about your business, the resources available, and your networking requirements. It’s ...
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How SD-WANs Can Become Next Generation WAN Architectures
While SD-WANs are a valuable first step towards evolving the wide area network, they only address a small part of the dissolved enterprise perimeter challenge. With the rise of mobility, cloud datacenters, and Software as a Service (SaaS) the classical demarcation between public and private networks becomes less relevant, driving changes in four IT disciplines – security, cloud, mobility, as well as networking. By addressing the full implications of the dissolved perimeter, CIOs and ...
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A Guide To WAN Architecture & Design
We, at Cato Networks, are excited to sponsor the 2017 Guide to WAN Architecture & Design.The wide area network (WAN) is a critical and fundamental resource for any business. As we will discuss in this guide, the WAN is evolving, so the architecture must evolve, as well. The new architecture should address the future needs of businesses and support a new set of requirements, such as:Maintaining high security standards over the WANMore capacity for lower costsApplications prioritizationCl ...
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Remote Code Execution, Phishing, And More: Cato Research Labs Reviews January Security Events
January started out with a bang as Check Point showed that pictures can be worth for more to hackers than just a 1,000 words. Embedding threats in images, though, wasn’t the only security story of significance last month. A number of other stories (and not of the political kind) also occupied the topics of conversation among researchers here at the Cato Research Labs.January 4thImageGate: Check Point uncovers a new method for distributing malware through imagesCheck Point researchers identifie ...
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451 Research Reviews The Cato Cloud
Medium-sized enterprises face a broad range of challenges in networking and security. Cato addresses those challenges by integrating the two domains in what a recent 451 Research recently described as representing “one of the significant conceptual takedowns of security-as-overlay.” You can read the report in its entirety here.Noting that Cato is “disruptive” and offering a “new breed of network as a service,” the 451 Research report points out that Cato addresses a list of ...
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The Promise And Peril Of SD-WANs
Software-Defined Wide Area Networks (SD-WANs) promised to address the high costs, rigidity and limitations of private MPLS services. Like so many technologies, though, there are the promises of SD-WANs and then there are the realities of SD-WANs. SD-WANs reduce bandwidth costs, no doubt, but enterprises are still left having to address important issues around cloud, mobility, and security. The Problem of MPLSBandwidth costs remain the most obvious problem facing MPLS services. Anyone who’ ...
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2017: All Engines Go!
Changing the (IT) world is a big task, but we are off to a great start. Cato Networks has captured the imagination of numerous IT professionals with an all-new approach to an age old problem: the ever-growing cost and complexity of networking and security point products.In February, we emerged out of stealth and introduced the Cato Cloud, a fully converged network and security platform delivered as a cloud service. In September, we have announced a Series B funding round of $30M led by ...
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Ticketbleed Undermines SSL Security
The recent report that F5’s Big-IP leaks memory once again underscores the risks of relying heavily on security appliances.The exploit, called “Ticketbleed” could enable attackers to intercept SSL traffic. The name comes from the Heartbleed exploit that caused headaches in 2014, reports the Register.According to the description in the National Vulnerability Database with Ticketbleed:“A BIG-IP virtual server configured with a Client SSL profile that has the non-default ...

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