Zscalar Cloud Security wins contract from the Department of Defense

US Department of Defense has handed over a secure cloud management contract to Cloud security firm Zscalar for an undisclosed contract amount. Therefore, the San Jose based firm will from now on provide zero trust access to users of the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) which in-turn will help shield them from Cyber Threats of any range.


Thus, DIU users can access SaaS applications across Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure regardless of device, network, and location they use.


Zscalar has proudly announced yesterday that it has bagged Fed RAMP High Authorization which allows them to protect govt organizations connected across multi-cloud environments via Zscalar Internet Access (ZIA) and ZScalar Private Access (ZPA).


Going forward, Zscalar has announced yesterday that its shares closed above the $100 mark for the first time in many years- all thanks to the trend of work from home due to COVID 19 spread.


Trade analysts suggest that the shares of the California based cloud firm surged above the pre-determined Wall Street estimate which is great news for the company and its C- level employees.


Note- Zscalar is an information security cloud platform that delivers services via its 100 data centers and more than 1000 points of presence. As the cloud company offers a centralized dashboard to customize administrative tasks, it not only simplifies user activity but also records global cyber threats which further help it to analyze and report threats in time.

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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