Cato enables customers to move away from expensive, rigid, and capacity-constrained MPLS networks to a combination of high-capacity Internet links and the Cato Cloud. Using Cato Socket edge SD-WAN appliances, customers boost usable capacity and improve resiliency at a lower cost per megabit. Customers with a global footprint, leverage Cato’s affordable global private backbone to replace global MPLS and the unpredictable Internet. The Cato Cloud optimises performance and maximizes the throughput to on-premises and cloud applications.
Cato Networks is a secure connectivity company providing a secure enterprise network for the way businesses are now working.
Cato Networks is rebuilding a new network perimeter in the cloud, protected by a tightly integrated set of security services. Cato provide businesses with a simple, affordable and enterprise-grade secure network. No more costly hardware deployments, management complexities, capacity constraints, outdated software, or restricted visibility.
Cato Networks has the managerial expertise and technology to turn the world of network-security on its head.
Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is a new enterprise networking technology category introduced by Gartner in 2019. SASE converges the functions of network and security point solutions into a unified, global cloud-native service. It is an architectural transformation of enterprise networking and security that enables IT to provide a holistic, agile and adaptable service to the digital business. What makes SASE unique is its transformational impact across multiple IT domains.
Solving emerging business challenges with point solutions leads to technical silos that are complex and costly to own and manage. Complexity slows down IT and its response to these business needs. SASE changes this paradigm through a new networking and security platform that is identity-driven, cloud-native, globally distributed, and securely connects all edges (WAN, cloud, mobile, and IoT).
With SASE, enterprises can reduce the time to develop new products, deliver them to the market, and respond to changes in business conditions or the competitive landscape.
Move away from expensive, rigid, and capacity-constrained MPLS networks to high-capacity Internet links and the Cato Cloud. Boost usable capacity and improve resiliency at a lower cost per megabit. Replace global MPLS and optimise performance.
Complete Cloud network security stack built. All connected branches are fully protected by Cato’s enterprise security services. No need to backhaul internet traffic to a datacentre, deploy branch network security appliances, or procure stand-alone cloud security solutions.
Extend global networking and security capabilities down to a single user’s laptop, smartphone or tablet. Cato Traffic is optimally routed over global private backbone to on-premises or cloud applications. Cato’s security-as-a-service stack protects users and enforces application access control.
Seamless acceleration of cloud traffic by routing traffic from all edges to the Cato PoP closest to the cloud datacentre. Latency between Cato and Cloud Application providers is zero. Cloud application access optimisation requires just a single application level rule that determines where cloud application traffic should egress the Cato Cloud. There is no need to install cloud appliances or setup hubs to reduce latency to the cloud.
Cato seamlessly supports work-from-home for all employees, all the time. Customers rapidly connect their on-premises and cloud datacentres to Cato Cloud and enable self-service provisioning of Cato Clients to all users. Cato’s global and cloud-scale platform is built to optimise traffic to all applications with a global private backbone, and continuously inspect traffic for threats and access control with the converged security stack.
Cato's global private backbone has built-in WAN and cloud optimisation to deliver an SLA-backed, predictable, and high-performance network experience...everywhere. Benefit from significant reduction in latency and network inconsistency across global locations.