SonicWall aims to protect wireless networks, cloud apps and endpoints from elusive cyber threats

    California based Network Security provider SonicWall has announced a new platform which protects SMBs and large scale enterprises from cyber attacks aimed at wireless networks, cloud applications, and endpoint nodes. The company is offering the platform in addition to the new line of firewalls designed to consolidate security, networking, and performance.

    Furthermore, in order to ease the operation of wireless networks across the globe, SonicWall has also launched a new cloud-managed Wi-Fi access points and wireless planning tools last week.

    “As hackers take the opportunity to explore and exploit gaps left in the security architecture, SonicWall is in a mission to empower firms to improve their cybersecurity posture by raising their defense line skills against growing vulnerabilities. This is made possible by offering a new platform to firms which have the ability to evolve, expand and integrate with proven security solutions and has the aptitude to streamline processes, enhance visibility as well as implement costs in an efficient way”, said Bill Conner, President SonicWall.

    As the technology landscape has evolved, companies also need to adapt to the shift. Hence, firms need to take the help of security tools which are agile and scalable and can provide comprehensive visibility and quality of service in dynamic cloud environments.

    After SonicWall was purchased by Dell in 2012, its products got overlooked in the market due to Dell’s miss guiding business principles. But after breaking up ties with Dell in 2016, the company has since then trying hard to make its place in the cyber security field.

    From over a year and so the company has succeeded in doing so and is now not only for a solutions provider for SMBs but is also ranked among the top 5 for enterprise security as well.

    The company’s motto is simple- security should be simple and cost-effective and hope this dictum brings more success to SonicWall in years ahead.

    Naveen Goud
    Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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