19 - 20 SEPTEMBER 2018 / Stockholmsmässan
Cato Networks

Cato Networks

Stand: 206

Cato Networks provides organizations with a software-defined and cloud-based secure enterprise network. Cato delivers an integrated networking and security platform that securely connects all enterprise locations, people and data. The Cato Cloud reduces MPLS connectivity costs, eliminates branch appliances, provides direct, secure internet access everywhere, and seamlessly integrates mobile users and cloud infrastructures into the enterprise network. Based in Tel Aviv, Israel, Cato Networks was founded in 2015 by cybersecurity luminary Shlomo Kramer, who previously cofounded Check Point Software Technologies and Imperva, and Gur Shatz, who previously cofounded Incapsula. For more information, visit http://www.catonetworks.com and Twitter: @CatoNetworks.

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Cato Networks Seminars

  • Firewall-as-a-Service: Enterprise Grade Security for Everyone Wed 20th Sep 14:10 - 14:40

    Firewall-as-a-Service: Enterprise Grade Security for Everyone

    Firewalls and UTMs have been the cornerstone of network security for the past 20 years. Yet, deploying appliances at every remote office, creates multiple challenges for organizations: the capital needed to buy, upgrade and retire hardware solutions and the tough tradeoff between hardware capacity and strong security. Organizations end up compromising on strength of protection or the end user experience.

    Even when running smoothly, firewalls and UTMs are location bound and can't effectively protect the mobile users and cloud infrastructure that are now an integral part of the business.


    Mark Bayne

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    Time / Place

    Wed 20th Sep 14:10 to 14:40

    Cyber Threat Protection Theatre

White paper

Network+Security is Simple Again
This white paper describes Cato Networks’ revolutionary approach to making network security simple again, for the Cloud-centric and Mobile-first enterprise.

Network+Security is simple again-Cato.pdf 4.21 MB