SonicWall has launched new platform offerings for SMBs and enterprises to protect against targeted attacks on wireless networks, cloud apps and endpoints. The company has introduced new cloud-managed Wi-Fi access points and wireless planning tools designed to ease the deployment of global wireless networks.
SonicWall provides real-time protection for cloud applications, including G Suite, Office 365, Box and Dropbox, in addition to equipping organizations with advanced Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) capabilities. To enhance wireless security and performance, the company delivers a range of new cloud-based deployment and management solutions.
SonicWall WiFi Cloud Manager and SonicWiFi mobile app simplify wireless access, control and troubleshooting capabilities across networks of any size or region, with single sign-on (SSO) access provided by the cloud-based Capture Security Center to ensure proper security measures are taken. Organizations can pair new SonicWave access points with SonicWall firewalls for high-speed 802.11ac Wave 2 wireless access and deep packet inspection (DPI) of encrypted and unencrypted traffic. These new access points can also be deployed securely without a SonicWall firewall and offer integrated security services.
According to Debasish Mukherjee, Country Manager India and SAARC, SonicWall, “With the threat landscape rapidly changing, cyber security tools have to constantly innovate and adapt to be able to combat even unknown vulnerabilities. At SonicWall, our core objective is to equip organizations improve their security posture. With our agile and scalable end-to-end suite of products, we are equipped to provide proven comprehensive solutions for dynamic cloud environments.”
He further added, “In the backdrop of Digital India, it is the right time to tap the Indian market, increase our footprint and be a part of this transition.”
SonicWall Cloud App Security 2.0 is available immediately. The SOHO 250 series, TZ350 series, SonicOS 6.5.4 and Capture Client 2.0 will be available in March 2019.