Cybersecurity vendor SonicWall, has announced the expansion of its threat protection offerings with the NSa 3700, a multi-gigabit security appliance designed to thwart attacks targeting government agencies, retail, K-12, higher education and enterprises. The vendor has also introduced several product updates, including closed-network threat protection, next-generation analytics, enhanced cloud-native security management and a rebranded Wireless Network Manager.
“Governments and other large enterprises are more challenged to defend large-scale networks against rapidly evolving and increasingly sophisticated threats amid the COVID-19 crisis,” said Bill Conner, President and CEO, SonicWall. “These new and enhanced solutions offer organisations an elastic and scalable cloud model to enable leaders to close critical security gaps with robust, enterprise-grade threat protection using next-generation technology. As the cyber arms race continues to escalate, SonicWall looks to equip organisations with proven security at a low total cost of ownership and high security efficacy.”
With the new NSa 3700, organisations gain much needed multi-gigabit protection and enterprise-grade threat performance with one of the lowest total costs of ownership in its class.
“Designed to deliver three times the performance and scalability compared to the previous generation while reducing the TCO, the NSa 3700 is well positioned to provide safety and productivity to organisations that have experienced exponential growth in such a short time span,” said Atul Dhablania, Senior Vice President of Engineering and COO, SonicWall. “Daily business operations should go unhindered by the ever-growing number of VPN connections in the new normal, where working form home has exponentially increased the demand and scalability requirements as employees simultaneously try to connect remotely to the corporate infrastructure. The NSa 3700, running the new SonicOS 7, delivers the technology to boost security throughout fast-moving organisations while inspecting more connections per appliance to reduce costs.”Click below to share this article