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[Demo] Hybrid Clouds and SD-WAN in a Snap

Connecting a single cloud datacenter instance to a WAN shouldn’t be that big of a deal. But things can quickly get messy when you have to connect that cloud datacenter to multiple branches and across multiple geographies. Complexity grows exponentially when you have to connect multiple cloud providers to the network. Why waste your valuable time with a configuration quagmire?



Join us for a live demonstration as Sean McCarthy, head of Cato’s Americas sales engineering team, and Theresa Abbamondi, director of product marketing for Cato, team up to show how simple it is to build a hybrid- and multi-cloud environment can be with Cato.



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The good — and bad — of cloud datacenters

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  • How (and Why) to Apply OSINT to Protect your Enterprise Aug 31 2021 12:00 pm UTC 58 mins
    Etay Maor Sr. Director of Security Strategy at Cato Networks
    Cybersecurity Masterclass: Episode 1

    We live in an era of oversharing. People share too much information on social networks; PDF and Excel files with sensitive data are out in the open; and devices expose their open ports and services. All this publicly available information makes room for Open-source Intelligence (OSINT) – a common tool used by threat actors to collect and identify data that may be putting your business at risk.



    What can you do about this? Sign up for our new master class webinar series on cybersecurity. These webinars will teach and demonstrate cybersecurity tools and best practices, as well as provide research and real-world case studies.



    Join Etay Maor, Sr. Director Security Strategy of Cato Networks, for the first session “What is OSINT?” You’ll get insights into:

    - Tips and tricks for better understanding OSINT
    - How to apply OSINT tools to protect users, processes, and technologies
    - Available (free) tools and techniques for performing OSINT
    - How Google Hacking, Shodan and Censys are used to collect valuable data
    - Why the remote workforce is at higher risk since the pandemic
  • Converged SD-WAN and Security for Global Manufacturers Aug 26 2021 11:00 am UTC 59 mins
    Yishay Yovel, CMO at Cato Networks
    Global manufactures everywhere are changing the way they run the business. IT needs to support strategic initiatives such as rapid migration to cloud services, work from anywhere, and cybersecurity risk reduction. At the same time, IT is also required to become leaner, faster, and more agile than ever before.

    This is easier said than done. Manufacturing networks must support mission critical production and business operations with reliable, optimized, and secure connectivity. Yet, a small IT team must to maintain, evolve, and adapt an infrastructure built with expensive and rigid MPLS connectivity, and maintenance-heavy and capacity constraint network security appliances.

    This is why global manufacturers like Dexko Global, Fisher & Co, ASL Aviation, Komax, New Wave Group, and Juki turned to Cato Networks to streamline their WAN and security and optimize costs.

    Based on Gartner’s Secure Access Service Edge framework, Cato Networks provides manufacturers, with a simple, secure, and optimized network built for the digital business.

    Presented by Yishay Yovel, CMO at Cato Networks, this webinar will teach you

    - The challenges faced by global manufacturers looking to evolve their IT infrastructure
    - What converged network, security, cloud and remote access capabilities are available to global manufacturers to address these challenges
    - How the Cato solution helps manufacturers IT to support digital transformation while eliminating complexity and reducing costs


    Who is this webinar for?

    IT leaders and network and security managers, looking to position their teams and infrastructure to readily support the modern global manufacturing business.
  • Ask me anything about SASE Aug 24 2021 11:00 am UTC 45 mins
    Yishay Yovel, CMO at Cato Networks
    What is SASE and why it matters at this time of crisis? IT executives need to move everyone to work from home and keep access secure and optimized – so productivity remains high and costs are controlled.

    Gartner coined the term Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) just a year ago. Gartner didn’t predict it, but SASE is what the doctor ordered for the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of piling up technologies that only work for people in the office (like MPLS, and SD-WAN), what if we could allow enterprise grade-security and optimized connectivity to everyone and everywhere?

    Let’s talk about the secrets of running a SASE-based WAN transformation. You have questions, and we have answers. Join Yishay Yovel, and special guests, on June 10th for an open-ended Q&A session on everything you wanted to know about SASE.

    Here are few to get you started:

    - I see many vendors and service providers claiming to be SASE. Is this all marketing FUD? What are the key elements of a true SASE architecture?
    - How is SASE different from the typical integration of enterprise point products like SD-WAN, SWG, firewalls, WAN optimizers, and more?
    - I am considering SD-WAN products to transform my network. How does SD-WAN stack up against SASE?
  • SD-WAN for the Office vs. SASE for Everywhere Ask me Anything Aug 17 2021 11:00 am UTC 41 mins
    Eyal Webber-Zvik Vice President of Product Marketing
    Even before COVID-19, Gartner predicted that by 2024, more than 60% of SD-WAN customers will have implemented SASE, compared to 35% in 2020. Why? Because the digital business requires enterprise-grade security and optimized connectivity to everyone, everywhere; and IT can’t deliver this with just SD-WAN, global crisis or not.

    Network solutions designed to support only people in the office are no longer relevant. Unlike SD-WAN, SASE was designed in the cloud, as an agile network infrastructure to support the way business is done today. SASE delivers converged networking and security to all edges and locations. With SASE business continues as usual.

    You probably have some doubts and many questions. Join our open-ended Q&A session, where Eyal Webber-Zvik, Cato’s VP Product Marketing, will relieve any doubts and answer all your questions.

    Here are some examples to get you started: 

    - What exactly is SASE, and how is it different from SD-WAN, SWG, firewalls, WAN optimizers, etc.?  
    - Secure and optimized remote access has become absolutely critical. How does SASE help?
    - Will I need to manage SASE myself, or is it offered as a managed service?
    - SD-WAN reduces MPLS costs, and there’s no way I’m giving that up. Why can’t I just ask my carrier for SASE?
  • True SASE in 30 Minutes Aug 11 2021 11:00 am UTC 29 mins
    Yishay Yovel, CMO at Cato Networks
    2020 challenged IT leaders like never before. Many realized their legacy networks – comprised of point solutions – were inadequate to support their digital business needs. Rather than asking if IT could have been better prepared, the question to ask is what type of network will enable IT to address current needs and be ready for 2021 and beyond.



    Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is, according to Gartner, the future of network and security. Converging SD-WAN and security into a global, cloud-native service, SASE presents “a compelling model that can be partially or fully implemented today.” And, Cato SASE Cloud is the world’s first true SASE platform, which is already implemented successfully across enterprises worldwide.



    Join Yishay Yovel, CMO at Cato Networks, for a quick webinar where he expands on:

    - The key principles set by Gartner for a true SASE service

    - How SASE eliminates the complexity of a rigid and fragmented infrastructure

    - The importance of regaining control of the network to support business growth

    - How to effectively deliver access, connectivity, and security to all users at all locations
  • Keys to a Successful SASE Deployment Aug 2 2021 11:00 am UTC 37 mins
    Elana Marom and Theresa Abbamondi Directors of Product Marketing at Cato Networks
    You’ve heard all about Gartner’s new term SASE, but is it right and relevant for you? From choosing the right vendor to identifying the right time to finding the budget, you’ve got questions.

    Join us and learn: 

    - Why migrate to SASE?
    - When to start your migration
    - Where to find the budget
    - How to identify a real SASE
    - Where you should be cautious

    In our webinar, Elana Marom and Theresa Abbamondi, both directors of product marketing for Cato, team up to give you the answers you’ll need to ensure a successful SASE migration.
  • IT Roundtable: Network and Security Challenges in Evolving Business Environment Jul 30 2021 11:00 am UTC 55 mins
    Dave Greenfield, Cato’s Director of Technology Evangelism
    Join Dave Greenfield, Cato’s Director of Technology Evangelism, in our next roundtable: Network and Security Challenges IT Leaders Face Today, where you’ll hear first-hand from Steve Waibel, Director of IT at Brake Masters, and Alex Azikov, IT Manager at Diamond Braces, about the critical business challenges they encountered with their legacy networks, and what changed since migrating to SASE with regard to reliability, security, scalability, and more.

    We’ll also dive into some practical issues such as:

    - The importance of branch uptime and disappointment from MPLS
    - Supporting growth alongside the complexity new business expansion entails
    - Centralized management of all users, at all locations
    - The level of security before and after implementing SASE
  • Converged SD-WAN and Security for Global Manufacturers Jul 29 2021 11:00 am UTC 59 mins
    Yishay Yovel, CMO at Cato Networks
    Global manufactures everywhere are changing the way they run the business. IT needs to support strategic initiatives such as rapid migration to cloud services, work from anywhere, and cybersecurity risk reduction. At the same time, IT is also required to become leaner, faster, and more agile than ever before.

    This is easier said than done. Manufacturing networks must support mission critical production and business operations with reliable, optimized, and secure connectivity. Yet, a small IT team must to maintain, evolve, and adapt an infrastructure built with expensive and rigid MPLS connectivity, and maintenance-heavy and capacity constraint network security appliances.

    This is why global manufacturers like Dexko Global, Fisher & Co, ASL Aviation, Komax, New Wave Group, and Juki turned to Cato Networks to streamline their WAN and security and optimize costs.

    Based on Gartner’s Secure Access Service Edge framework, Cato Networks provides manufacturers, with a simple, secure, and optimized network built for the digital business.

    Presented by Yishay Yovel, CMO at Cato Networks, this webinar will teach you

    - The challenges faced by global manufacturers looking to evolve their IT infrastructure
    - What converged network, security, cloud and remote access capabilities are available to global manufacturers to address these challenges
    - How the Cato solution helps manufacturers IT to support digital transformation while eliminating complexity and reducing costs


    Who is this webinar for?

    IT leaders and network and security managers, looking to position their teams and infrastructure to readily support the modern global manufacturing business.
  • [Ep.6] Superpowered SASE: Ask-Me-Anything about SASE - Live! Jul 27 2021 1:30 pm UTC 60 mins
    John Burke - CTO, Nemertes and Eyal Webber-Zvik, Vice President of Product Marketing at Cato Networks
    In Cato’s six-part ‘Superpowered SASE: Network Transformation in 2021’, we’ve covered everything from what SASE is, how it fits into a ZTNA strategy and what businesses need to look for when selecting the right SASE provider.

    In this final episode, Cato experts are here live to answer everyone’s questions on all things SASE-related. Join us to have your questions answered, and ask us about the how, the why, the when, the who… any questions you have on SASE.

    Eyal Webber-Zvik, VP of Product Marketing at Cato and John Burke, CTO at Nemertes Research will answer both pre-submitted and live questions. Join us LIVE to be a part of this open and interesting session and submit your questions ahead of time by emailing hjamieson@brighttalk.com
  • Cato SASE Cloud – Join the Demo Recorded: Jul 22 2021 22 mins
    Eyal Webber-Zvik Vice President of Product Marketing
    Do you want to see how Cato SASE Cloud serves as an elastic infrastructure to connect and secure on-premises and cloud resources across the world? Join Eyal Webber-Zvik, Vice President of Product Marketing at Cato, as he reviews the basics of SASE and gives an under the hood view of Cato SASE Cloud.



    Eyal will demonstrate how to:
    - Add branches, oboard remote users
    - Define access control rules
    - Optimize and prioritize network traffic
    - Identify network and security events
    - Get analytics for all sites, applications, users



    And yes, all this with a click of a button! And no, you won’t have to compromise on security and performance.
    Save your seat to see for yourself.
  • What is the right Managed SD-WAN Service for you? Recorded: Jul 20 2021 49 mins
    Roy Chua - Founder and principal of AvidThink
    There is an industry-wide agreement that SD-WAN is a great technology for delivering a fast and reliable enterprise network, but what the best way for you to buy, deploy and use SD-WAN?

    You can manage the network yourself, or hand it over to a telco or a service provider. You can use appliance-based architecture you will own and maintain or a cloud-based one where the provider maintained the service, and you control policy and configuration. There are so many options to choose from.

    To find out which option is the right one for your enterprise, join us on our next webinar as we speak with Roy Chua, principle at AvidThink.

    Roy will share findings from his recently completed report on SD-WAN and network as an overlay “Network as an OTT Service – A New Enterprise Option” with Cato’s Senior Director of Product Marketing and Business Development, Eyal Webber-Zvik, and Technology Evangelist, Dave Greenfield. Together they'll explore the need for CNPs and how they address the challenges enterprises face today.
    Join the webinar and learn:

    -What Managed SD-WAN models are available to enterprises today?
    -How the choice of management model impacts network costs, agility, and flexibility?
    -How emerging managed SD-WAN offerings differ from legacy managed network services?
    -How Cato provides a cloud-native SD-WAN with built-in security and a flexible management model
  • What is the right Managed SD-WAN Service for you? Recorded: Jul 20 2021 49 mins
    Roy Chua - Founder and principal of AvidThink
    There is an industry-wide agreement that SD-WAN is a great technology for delivering a fast and reliable enterprise network, but what the best way for you to buy, deploy and use SD-WAN?

    You can manage the network yourself, or hand it over to a telco or a service provider. You can use appliance-based architecture you will own and maintain or a cloud-based one where the provider maintained the service, and you control policy and configuration. There are so many options to choose from.

    To find out which option is the right one for your enterprise, join us on our next webinar as we speak with Roy Chua, principle at AvidThink.

    Roy will share findings from his recently completed report on SD-WAN and network as an overlay “Network as an OTT Service – A New Enterprise Option” with Cato’s Senior Director of Product Marketing and Business Development, Eyal Webber-Zvik, and Technology Evangelist, Dave Greenfield. Together they'll explore the need for CNPs and how they address the challenges enterprises face today.
    Join the webinar and learn:

    -What Managed SD-WAN models are available to enterprises today?
    -How the choice of management model impacts network costs, agility, and flexibility?
    -How emerging managed SD-WAN offerings differ from legacy managed network services?
    -How Cato provides a cloud-native SD-WAN with built-in security and a flexible management model
  • How (and Why) to Apply OSINT to Protect your Enterprise Recorded: Jul 19 2021 58 mins
    Etay Maor Sr. Director of Security Strategy at Cato Networks
    Cybersecurity Masterclass: Episode 1

    We live in an era of oversharing. People share too much information on social networks; PDF and Excel files with sensitive data are out in the open; and devices expose their open ports and services. All this publicly available information makes room for Open-source Intelligence (OSINT) – a common tool used by threat actors to collect and identify data that may be putting your business at risk.



    What can you do about this? Sign up for our new master class webinar series on cybersecurity. These webinars will teach and demonstrate cybersecurity tools and best practices, as well as provide research and real-world case studies.



    Join Etay Maor, Sr. Director Security Strategy of Cato Networks, for the first session “What is OSINT?” You’ll get insights into:

    - Tips and tricks for better understanding OSINT
    - How to apply OSINT tools to protect users, processes, and technologies
    - Available (free) tools and techniques for performing OSINT
    - How Google Hacking, Shodan and Censys are used to collect valuable data
    - Why the remote workforce is at higher risk since the pandemic
  • SASE: Networking and Security Architecture for the post COVID-19 World Recorded: Jul 16 2021 52 mins
    Roy Chua, founder and principal of AvidThink
    Businesses are in the midst of a massive transformation of legacy MPLS and VPN-based networks to cloud-first and work-from-anywhere architecture. Multiple technologies are being introduced to support this transformation: SD-WAN, Firewall as a Service (FWaaS), Secure Web Gateways (SWG), and Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA). Most recently, a new architecture has emerged, that is converging all these capabilities into a single platform: The Secure Access Service Edge (SASE). 

    IT executives and professionals, like yourself, are asking: what is SASE and how does it enable our WAN transformation initiatives? And, how can it support business access requirements during and after COVID-19? 

    We want to invite you to an educational and insightful webinar to discuss these questions.

    Join Roy Chua, Founder and Principal at AvidThink, and Yishay Yovel, CMO at Cato Networks to learn:  

    - The drivers for WAN transformation and the impact of COVID-19 on IT priorities 
    - The key attributes and primary use cases of a true SASE platform
    - When to adopt SASE and what are key considerations 
    - An architectural and functional overview of the Cato Cloud SASE platform 
    - How Cato enables a seamless, secure, and optimal application access from anywhere
    - Customer case studies highlighting the benefits of deploying Cato Cloud
  • Ransomware: Attackers, Defenders, and FBI’s Perspective Recorded: Jul 15 2021 51 mins
    Etay Maor Sr. Director of Security Strategy at Cato Networks
    Ransomware attacks are dominating the cyber threat landscape. As a low-risk, high-reward activity, we’re bound to see more attacks against all types of organizations. What can your company do to avoid becoming a victim? And what should you do if you’ve already been attacked?

    In our 2nd session of Cato’s Cybersecurity master class series “Ransomware: Attackers, Defenders and FBI’s Perspective,” SSA Doug Domin, of the FBI, and Etay Maor, Sr. Director Security Strategy at Cato Networks, will answer these questions and also explore:

    - The history of ransomware attacks and types of extortions ransomware groups utilize
    - How to operationalize security frameworks like MITRE ATT&CK
    - Insights from FBI findings, and how to get help if you’re already a victim
    - Tips – from ransomware groups themselves – on how to avoid attacks!
  • IT Roundtable: Network and Security Challenges in Evolving Business Environment Recorded: Jul 14 2021 54 mins
    Dave Greenfield, Cato’s Director of Technology Evangelism
    Join Dave Greenfield, Cato’s Director of Technology Evangelism, in our next roundtable: Network and Security Challenges IT Leaders Face Today, where you’ll hear first-hand from Steve Waibel, Director of IT at Brake Masters, and Alex Azikov, IT Manager at Diamond Braces, about the critical business challenges they encountered with their legacy networks, and what changed since migrating to SASE with regard to reliability, security, scalability, and more.

    We’ll also dive into some practical issues such as:

    - The importance of branch uptime and disappointment from MPLS
    - Supporting growth alongside the complexity new business expansion entails
    - Centralized management of all users, at all locations
    - The level of security before and after implementing SASE
  • [Ep.5] What to look for in a SASE Provider: Making the Right Choice Recorded: Jul 13 2021 49 mins
    John Burke - CTO, Nemertes and Eyal Webber-Zvik, Vice President of Product Marketing at Cato Networks
    You’ve heard about the benefits of SASE and why it’s the future of network security, and you’re pretty much set on implementing SASE in your organization. The next step in your SASE journey is to find the right service provider.

    Before approaching service providers it’s good to think practically about the key challenges you need to solve when it comes to your company’s specific network and security needs. Having a clear understanding of what you want to achieve makes it easier to identify service providers whose offerings are best suited to your company’s needs. That still doesn’t answer all the questions though, and businesses need to ensure they’re partnering with the right provider who can provide the best service.

    In Episode 5 of Cato’s ‘Superpowered SASE: Network Transformation in 2021’, we’re discussing what organizations need to look for in a SASE provider and sharing how IT leaders can identify who will deliver the best ROI and service for your business in the long-run.

    Join us as we discuss:
    - What needs to be on your SASE provider checklist
    - What to look for in a partner beyond the technical capabilities
    - An overview of the multiple functionalities of SASE, how they can revolutionise your network security and which service provider delivers the best infrastructure
    - What kind of ROI you can expect from the right provider for you
    - And more
  • DEMO: Hybrid Clouds and SD-WAN in a Snap Recorded: Jul 12 2021 17 mins
    Sean McCarthy, head of Cato’s Americas sales engineering team, and Theresa Abbamondi, director of product marketing for Cato
    Connecting a single cloud datacenter instance to a WAN shouldn’t be that big of a deal. But things can quickly get messy when you have to connect that cloud datacenter to multiple branches and across multiple geographies. Complexity grows exponentially when you have to connect multiple cloud providers to the network. Why waste your valuable time with a configuration quagmire?

    Join us for a live demonstration as Sean McCarthy, head of Cato’s Americas sales engineering team, and Theresa Abbamondi, director of product marketing for Cato, team up to show how simple it is to build a hybrid- and multi-cloud environment can be with Cato.

    Join us and learn:

    The good — and bad — of cloud datacenters

    How a cloud-based SD-WAN can streamline cloud datacenter integration

    See a live demonstration of how Cato instantly connects cloud datacenters to your network
  • What SD-WAN Vendors Won’t Tell You About SD-WAN Recorded: Jul 8 2021 36 mins
    Steve Garson is the president and founder of SD-WAN Experts.
    What SD-WAN Vendors Won’t Tell You About SD-WAN

    Cut WAN costs, improve performance, increase security — SD-WAN seems to do everything right, but is it too perfect? Find out as we take a hard look at the myths and realities of SD-WAN.



    In our next webinar, long-time WAN consultant, Steve Garson, president of SD-WAN Experts, speaks with Dave Greenfield, Cato’s secure networking evangelist, about the truth and fiction of SD-WAN.



    Join us for a free-wheeling, no holds barred conversation into SD-WAN’s dirty little secrets including:

    Why SD-WAN won’t improve your network performance

    Why reducing WAN costs isn’t a realistic goal for most SD-WAN deployment — and why that shouldn’t matter

    When you need a provider to run your SD-WAN service.

    What SD-WAN vendors mean when they say “security,” and why that’s still not enough security for your organization
  • The Ultimate SASE Checklist Recorded: Jul 5 2021 49 mins
    Yishay Yovel, CMO at Cato Networks
    Since it was launched in July 2019, Gartner’s new IT transformational category, the Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), has drawn the attention of many IT leaders. SASE is charting a new direction for networking and security for enterprises of all sizes. But, why do we need a new category? Because deploying point products to address emerging connectivity, security, cloud, and mobility requirements at a global scale is not sustainable. A case in point, SASE is a perfect platform to seamlessly address the emerging work-from-home requirement, something current legacy technologies struggle to achieve. Per Gartner, a new architecture is needed, and that architecture is at the core of SASE

    In this webinar we will answer the key questions on what SASE is and what are the core components of a SASE architecture are.

    Join Yishay Yovel, Chief Marketing Officer at Cato Networks, to learn:

    - The drivers for SASE and why Gartner thinks it will transform IT
    - The 4 architectural requirements of any SASE platform
    - How Cato aligns with the SASE and how customers can future proof their networks
    - Special bonus: Why a cloud-scale, global SASE platform is the PERFECT remote access solution
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