As remote work environments become the new normal, adopting advanced network security solutions for on- and off-premises employees is more crucial than ever. Agile organizations that adapt to this trend will thrive.

Hybrid and multi-cloud adoption is driving the radical transformation of IT infrastructure helping organizations become more efficient, cost-effective, and flexible. This shift is facilitating the digital transformation for growing businesses seeking agility.
With increasing adoption of new technologies, such as 5G networks and IoT devices, organizations need to transform their digital posture and heavily secure networks. Thus emerging cyber security technologies are constantly developing such as zero trust network access (ZTNA), firewall-as-a-service (FWaaS), secure access service edge (SASE), secure web gateway (SWG), and virtual private network (VPN).

Large enterprises are most likely to look at the bigger picture and prefer SASE and similar technologies that combine different components. In other words, organizations will accelerate multi-cloud strategies, while finding ways to simplify multi-cloud networking and security functions in order to maintain consistent policies across clouds. This approach will require cloud-agnostic solutions that support access to multiple clouds without consuming too much bandwidth.

Hence, CISOs should seek cybersecurity software solutions that have a global presence to bring users and devices closer to the applications and data hosted in different locations and environments for robust data-driven data enterprise processes.

As the new corporate network expands to remote and multiple-site operations, on-premises cybersecurity is becoming inadequate; thus, technology integration is critical within the network cybersecurity industry. Yet with so many possible vendors and technologies on the shelf, more organizations are turning to third-party experts for cloud services. These can range from business use cases and migration to ongoing management and optimization. Enterprises should seek the most appropriate and best technology-based-secured solutions to optimize digital performance.

With its foundational cybersecurity solution in place, Perimeter 81 is the answer to all of these challenges. The company has a comprehensive platform purpose-built to bridge industry gaps. Moreover, Perimeter 81 continuously evolves its zero trust cybersecurity network solutions to align with customer and market trends. It sustains trust for long-lasting customer relationships throughout the service lifecycle, and meets ever-changing threats within the cybersecurity arena.

Frost & Sullivan’s highly experienced cyber security research team identifies Perimeter 81 as a leading vendor, leveraging cutting-edge technologies to advance the network cybersecurity market.

About Avi Kalo

Avi leads Frost & Sullivan's Defense Growth Opportunity Analysis in the Middle East and Europe, holds extensive connections in the US defense establishment, due to his rich military background. Avi served 25 years in the hub of the Israeli Military Intelligence Directorate in the IDF as Senior and Units Commander, followed by previous extensive operational background in various of military domains and arenas. Avi holds wide experience in the areas of intelligence, relevant IT technologies and alongside advanced weapon systems, cyber security, UAVs, and defense architectures. He served as a leading analyst in the analysis department of the IDF, dealing with regional & global security to defense aspects, and served also as a member to the Israel-US intelligence coordinated senior group. He is a lawyer, holds expertise in international law, arms control and arms export regulations, while specializing in crisis management and negotiation, in particular with terrorist organizations. Avi graduated MBA from Tel Aviv University and LLM from UC Berkeley, California, and he is a research associate at the global-known international institution for Counter-Terrorism, Herzliya, Israel.

Avi Kalo

Avi leads Frost & Sullivan's Defense Growth Opportunity Analysis in the Middle East and Europe, holds extensive connections in the US defense establishment, due to his rich military background. Avi served 25 years in the hub of the Israeli Military Intelligence Directorate in the IDF as Senior and Units Commander, followed by previous extensive operational background in various of military domains and arenas. Avi holds wide experience in the areas of intelligence, relevant IT technologies and alongside advanced weapon systems, cyber security, UAVs, and defense architectures. He served as a leading analyst in the analysis department of the IDF, dealing with regional & global security to defense aspects, and served also as a member to the Israel-US intelligence coordinated senior group. He is a lawyer, holds expertise in international law, arms control and arms export regulations, while specializing in crisis management and negotiation, in particular with terrorist organizations. Avi graduated MBA from Tel Aviv University and LLM from UC Berkeley, California, and he is a research associate at the global-known international institution for Counter-Terrorism, Herzliya, Israel.

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