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Cato Networks introduces solution to deliver remote work tools

Cato Networks, provider of a SASE platform, introduced Cato SDP with Instant Access to help IT leaders rapidly deliver work-from-home solutions at scale worldwide.

Instant Access adds a new clientless access option and application portal to Cato SDP, the first software-defined perimeter (SDP) solution to leverage a true secure access service edge (SASE) architecture, delivering shorter rollout times, unlimited scalability, continuous threat prevention, and optimized performance worldwide.

“With the global health crisis, enterprises are looking to deploy work-from-home capabilities at scale. Cato has seen remote access adoption more than double since the outbreak of COVID-19. The enhancements to Cato SDP will further help IT leaders to quickly deliver secure remote access at scale to their employees across the globe,” says Shlomo Kramer, CEO and co-founder of Cato Networks.

With Instant Access, users can only access authorized applications. They simply click a URL, authenticate once through single sign-on (SSO), and gain access to their portal of authorized applications.

For those requiring full access to both Web and legacy applications, Cato continues to offer its Cato Client as part of Cato SDP.

By leveraging Cato’s global SASE platform, Cato SDP with Instant Access solves the critical scaling, performance, security, and management limitations that have hampered legacy mobile access solutions. Specifically, Cato SDP delivers:

  • Rapid Deployment
  • Unlimited Scalability
  • Optimal Global Performance
  • Secure Access
  • Continuous Threat Prevention
  • Single-Pane-of-Glass Management

The Cato management console is a single-pane-of-glass for managing remote access and the rest of the enterprise network.

Cato is the world’s first SASE platform, converging SD-WAN and network security into a global, cloud-native service.

For more information about this release, visit https://www.catonetworks.com.

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