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Got the blues? There are plenty of good reasons to replace Blue Coat.
Like many former Blue Coat customers, you will be glad you moved on...to Zscaler.
While you wouldn’t get fired for buying Blue Coat, forward thinking gets you promoted.
MAKE FRIENDS WITH THE CFO.
With Zscaler you can move from CAPEX to OPEX and save up to 80% in the process — no hardware, lower MPLS costs.
BE ADMIRED BY YOUR END USERS.
You can stop saying no. Say yes.
KEEP THE CEO HAPPY.
When you’re on the front page news, it’ll be for all the right reasons.
Break free from endless lists of tasks
Zscaler eliminates endless tasks and the appliance mess.
WITH ZSCALER THERE IS:
- NO hardware or software to deploy
- NO vendor EOL issues
- NO need for outage windows
In a two year period, Blue Coat's market share of Global Fortune 500 companies declined from 86% to approximately 70%
WHERE DID THEY GO?
Many former Blue Coat customers are discovering better protection — with greater simplicity and lower costs — with the Zscaler Cloud Security Platform.
Les clients de Zscaler ouvrent la voie
à l'ère du cloud
Lisez leurs témoignages et découvrez la façon dont ils ont transféré la sécurité de
la couche réseau vers le cloud.
Break free from the compromises that security appliances force you to make
With appliances, you are invariably faced with tradeoffs between what you can inspect and how many boxes you can afford to buy.
- Have you ever been told you’ll need to turn off features or buy more appliances after a software upgrade?
- Can you turn on SSL inspection for all of your traffic today without having to purchase additional hardware?
- If your CFO tries to download a spreadsheet, can you send it to a sandbox and quarantine it before it lands on the CFO’s laptop?
- Can your proxy protect your users from cross-site scripting attacks if they visit a compromised site?
- Do any of your appliances protect you against Patch Tuesday CVEs?
- With tens of thousands of new phishing attacks alone happening every day, do you
Many organizations believe they’re inspecting all internet traffic. The reality is a different story. Traffic from sites with positive reputations, including CDNs and SSL encrypted traffic, often go uninspected. Yet, according to Symantec, that’s taking a big risk.
Are you inspecting all traffic? Find out in a minute or two by checking your security using the Zscaler Security Preview.
Nearly 75 percent of all legitimate websites have unpatched vulnerabilities, putting us all at risk.Symantec 2016
When it comes to security, never compromise
With Zscaler, there are no tradeoffs. Your organization gets the same security as some the world’s largest enterprises for the price of a cup of coffee per user per month.
WITH ZSCALER, YOU GET:
- Inline content inspection of all inbound and outbound traffic, including SSL.
- A fully integrated security platform that correlates information to discover and block sophisticated threats designed to bypass appliances.
- Up-to-the-second security — we get threat feeds from over 40 partners as well as our own global cloud; it adds up to more than 120,000 unique security updates per day, including protection mechanisms for Patch Tuesday CVEs.
- Global policy enforcement — set policies once and they follow the user regardless of device or location; any policy change is immediately enforced worldwide.
- Visibility on demand — go from an at-a-glance view to the user/device level in a few clicks.
THE CLOUD EFFECT
Every time a new threat is detected by any one of our 15 million users, it’s blocked for all our users.
Are your security appliances protecting you from CVEs?
Did you know: In 2015, the most exploited bug was a 2010 Windows Shell Vulnerability (CVE-2010-2568).*
Zscaler, in partnership with Microsoft’s Active Protection Program, put in place inline protections on July 12, 2010, when the vulnerability was first discovered. Find out if you’re protected.
* Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, Cyber Risk Report 2016
Eliminate delays to deliver a great user experience
Have your users been wondering why their internet is faster at home than at the office?
There’s a good reason for that. Every box that sits between your users and the internet introduces latency. And, it’s even worse for users in branch offices because their traffic has to be backhauled to the
With Zscaler, internet traffic can be routed locally, providing users with a fast and local experience, while maintaining security controls.
And Zscaler’s Single Scan Multi-Action (SSMA) technology allows inspection engines to scan all content in a single pass, providing multi-level security with only microsecond delay.
Backhauling all your traffic is like routing all flights through a single airport hub. You’re bound to experience delays.
Are you paying too much for appliance-based security?
In a cost comparison, the difference between Zscaler and appliance-based security is stark.
This graph depicts the three-year cost of securing nearly 10,000 users with three egress points. With more locations, the difference increases dramatically. And if you actually add in the cost of maintaining and updating all those appliances, the difference is staggering.
The advantages of Zscaler’s purpose-built cloud architecture
- 100 data centers worldwide with peering in major internet exchanges
- 60B transactions processed daily at peak periods for 15M users across 185 countries
- Elastic scale — 80,000 users added in one weekend with zero performance impact
- No downtime during maintenance windows
- Every log for every employee is available in a second or two
- Logs (never data) are only written to disk in the location of your choice
- Zscaler continuously updates its cloud with over 120,000 unique security updates each day across all data centers.
MULTI-TENANCY ACROSS DATA CENTERS
Single code base with integrated services — SWG, sandboxing, NGFW, DLP, bandwidth management, and more
Do you have an on-premises version of Salesforce to complement the cloud solution?
Hybrid strategies make perfect sense in some situations. You might want certain applications hosted in the cloud and others housed in the data center.
But it makes no sense to take a solution that is fully functional in one mode and turn it into a hybrid. Take Salesforce, for example, an elegantly simple, agile cloud-based solution. Why would you add an on-premises version of Salesforce that would complicate its use, requiring a separate interface and ongoing updates and management?
Zscaler, like Salesforce, was purpose-built to deliver enterprise-class services in the cloud. The Zscaler architecture handles all your traffic and provides security protections that are equally robust for all users, whether they’re in HQ, in branch offices, at home, or on