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  • Choosing the Best Firewall for SMB and Branch Offices

    Today’s organizations – regardless of size – need firewalls that meet security, connectivity, and performance requirements. This brief examines effective criteria for selecting a next-generation firewall for small offices and branch locations that can meet these needs at a budget-friendly price point – read on to learn more.

  • An Advanced Approach to On-Prem Sandboxing

    Large organizations and agencies need to counter advanced malware with advanced security techniques, such as sandboxes. However, many also require their sensitive data stays on premises, so they cannot leverage cloud-based offerings. This brief examines an advanced on-prem sandboxing approach that is fast, highly accurate and cost-effective

  • SonicWall Secure SD-Branch

    Branch networks are quickly evolving. Secure SD-Branch can provide security, network segmentation and compliance for peace of mind on distributed networks. SonicWall Secure SD-Branch aims to simplify deployment, management and troubleshooting. Access this solution brief to explore potential benefits.

  • Secure Your Shared Assets with Zero-Trust Security

    Traditional VPNs are becoming increasingly unreliable against today’s cyberthreats, and organizations are turning towards software-defined perimeter (SDP) security models to ensure protection. Read this solution brief for an overview of SonicWall’s Cloud Edge Secure Access offering, which embraces the zero-trust ideology to protect your SDP.

  • SonicWall Next-Generation Firewall Buyer’s Guide

    As today’s perimeters extend beyond the physical network, traditional firewalls become less effective at protecting against modern cyberthreats. This buyer’s guide provides an overview of the evolution of firewalls, the key capabilities of a next-generation firewall and how to go about choosing the right one – read on to get started.

  • Are Your Branch Sites an Open Door to Cyberattacks?

    Traditional methods of deploying and maintaining security at branch sites have become ineffective, expensive and unmanageable. But an SD-Branch solution can form a cornerstone for boundless security in distributed enterprise environments. Jump into this white paper to see why the time for SD-Branch is now.

  • Solution Brief: Best Practices for Secure Mobile Access

    As organizations shift towards digital workspaces, ensuring the protection of mobile devices becomes increasingly critical. The following solution brief provides a comprehensive set of best practices and practical steps to ensure your organization protects its mobile devices against modern threats.

  • The Strategic Imperative for Boundless Cybersecurity

    In this e-book take a look at how your organization is facing a cybersecurity business gap, and why you have a strategic imperative to bridge that gap with a new Boundless Cybersecurity model.

  • Blueprint: Modern Layered Security

    The concept of a layered security strategy is nothing new. However, as threats evolve, each layer needs to be revised to ensure it addresses modern security demands. This white paper provides an overview of a comprehensive 11-layer security approach, designed to strengthen your security posture without sacrificing business objectives.

  • Executive Brief: Why Secure Mobile Access Is A Strategic Business Imperative

    According to a recent study, 75% of organizations consider flex work to be the new norm. However, in order to support their distributed workforce, organizations need to ensure they make secure mobile access a strategic imperative. Download this white paper to learn more about secure mobile access and discover why organizations are embracing it.

  • A Massively Scalable Approach to Network Security

    Learn about a new approach securing your network in this white paper. It explores a network-based model for scaling a next-generation firewall (NGFW) that can help provide better performance, increase resiliency and lower TCO.

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