Not long ago, you couldn’t find many “cloud-first” organizations — those that primarily use cloud applications and infrastructure and rely on the Internet as their default transport network. But today, according to IDG, 70 percent of organizations have at least one application in the cloud — or at least some of their computing infrastructure — and the other 30 percent are moving quickly in that direction. They’re thriving on the improved speed, agility, productivity, and cost containment enabled by the cloud. And since 2008, Zscaler has provided the security architecture, built 100% in the cloud, needed to secure their IT transformation journeys.
We have over 350,000 employees in 192 countries in 2,200 offices being secured by Zscaler.
With applications in the cloud and users everywhere, the security appliances protecting the inbound and outbound gateways have little to protect. The Internet is now the de facto network that connects users to their apps and to each other — but how do you secure a network you don’t control?
With the Zscaler platform, software-defined policies, not networks, safely connect the right user to the right app or service.
Zscaler provides the entire gateway security stack as a service, continuously applying policies and threat intelligence to protect organizations from malware and other advanced threats. By moving security and access controls from the data center to a globally distributed cloud, you can provide consistent protection to users everywhere they go, and scale easily to support changes in traffic flows as you most to an increasingly cloud-centric infrastructure.