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SonicWall Redefines Security for Newly Extended Distributed Enterprises, Governments & MSSPs

New high-performance NSsp firewalls, cloud-native management and on-prem threat analysis upend enterprise market to deliver cost-effective security in new business normal

Newly distributed enterprises, government agencies and MSSPs are continuously challenged to deliver vital and immediate threat protection to large-scale networks and remote workforces — all while adhering to a growing number of mandates that vary by border.

By delivering breakthrough economics for high-security environments, SonicWall today announces new ways to deploy, scale and future-proof security for newly extended distributed enterprises, governments and MSSPs. SonicWall’s re-imagined security experience streamlines network security controls and whole-network visibility via intuitive and easy-to-understand user interfaces.

“Organizations are redefining operations and security as they face new challenges with the sprawling, mass-scale environments required in the new business normal,” said SonicWall President and CEO Bill Conner. “Securing these newly extended networks quickly and thoroughly has become a top priority. Organizations are increasingly the targets of perpetrators seeking to take advantage of COVID-related threats against distributed networks hastily re-architected to accommodate mobile and remote workforces practically overnight. It’s now time to ensure that those organizations have the proper power, protection and control to successfully defend themselves without sacrificing speed, convenience and reliability — all while adhering to compliance requirements.”

This evolution of SonicWall Boundless Cybersecurity includes new high-performance NSsp 15700 firewalls, new multi-gigabit TZ570 and TZ670 firewalls, new CSa 1000 for on-prem sandboxing with Real-Time Deep Memory Inspection™ (RTDMI), new NSv virtual firewall choices and scalable cloud-native security management.

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