Startup Radar: Cato Networks Offers Unified Security Via SD-WAN

  • March 10, 2016

Cato Networks is an interesting mash-up of a cloud-based security service and an SD-WAN play.

Cato has stitched together a global backbone of Internet connectivity from a variety of providers. This backbone links up virtual points of presence (POPs) in Amazon’s cloud. Cato hosts security services in these POPs, including firewalling and URL filtering.

To reach these POPs, customers deploy a physical or virtual appliance at their remote or branch offices. Cato calls these appliances “Sockets.” The physical Socket appliance supports 1Gbps throughput.

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Idan Hershkovich

Idan Hershkovich

Idan is Cato Networks’ marketing director. He has extensive experience in digital marketing, IT software solutions, collaboration and enterprise mobility. Looking forward to revolutionizing the way network security is being managed.

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Idan Hershkovich

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Idan is Cato Networks’ marketing director. He has extensive experience in digital marketing, IT software solutions, collaboration and enterprise mobility. Looking forward to revolutionizing the way network security is being managed.