The annual trek to the wind-swept hills of San Francisco is a long-standing tradition for many cyber security vendors and the packs of security pros who descend on the bay en masse. Yes, it’s already time for RSA Conference 2018. SonicWall at RSA April 16-19 Booth 4115, North Hall Moscone Center San Francisco Not a group to break convention, SonicWall will once again be present at the Moscone Center, April 16-19, to actively discuss today’s cyber security challenges and how cyber attacks impact businesses and organizations of all sizes.
SonicWall Email Security 9.0 with Capture ATP Service is available worldwide today. Leveraging a highly-scalable and redundant architecture, SonicWall Email Security 9.0 integrates with our award-winning Capture Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Service, to deliver a cloud-based, multi-engine sandbox that not only inspects email traffic for suspicious code, but also blocks ransomware, zero-day and other malicious files from entering the network until a verdict is reached.
As we wrap up a “winning” week at the 2017 RSA conference in San Francisco, attended by more than 45,000, I am excited to highlight incredible momentum from our Threat Report, recent industry awards, and most importantly the conversations with our loyal customers and partners. We are excited to hear the overwhelming enthusiasm for the 2017 Annual Threat Report, the launch of Email Security 9.0 with Capture, the technical preview of SonicOS 6.2.7 and our SecureFirst Partner Program.
As PEAK16 comes to a close, I would like to recap some of the highlights from the numerous conversations with our world class and loyal VAR community. From the stage, the close to 744 channel partners in attendance heard about the latest ways to protect customers while ensuring IT is a business enabler, especially in light of the growing pervasiveness of ransomware.
Today’s advanced threats are designed to evade detection. An explosion of zero-day threats challenges every one of us. In 2015 alone, our solutions blocked more than 8.19 billion attacks. And most recently, the onslaughts of ransomware attacks have escalated an environment of fear. How do you defend against unknown zero-day threats?
I like cars. All kinds of cars. From high speed racers, to utility pickups and even classics like the 1961 Corvette I’m looking to restore in my spare time. Partner programs are a lot like cars. Some are basic and get you from point A to point B. Others are high performance vehicles designed to thrill.
The following is a guest blog post by Michael Schwab, Co-President at D&H Distributing As a distribution sponsor of Peak 2016, we’re thrilled to enhance our ongoing relationship with SonicWall and meet with the company’s influential base of partners. At this year’s event at the Aria in Las Vegas, Nevada, Aug.
Today, we are so excited to be here at the Grand Hotel Excelsior in Valetta, Malta with more than 230 of our security-focused partners, for the annual SonicWall Security EMEA PEAK16 conference. This is SonicWall Security’s opportunity to affirm our commitment to our channel partners and to work together to protect our customers.
As I’ve spent the past few days talking with customers and fellow information security professionals at this year’s RSA Conference, it’s become crystal clear that the threat of cybercrime has changed up the way we work. As these threats morph and shapeshift into new, more sophisticated forms, we must stay one step ahead of the bad actors to protect our customers.
Back from NYC, where I attended last week’s National Retail Federation annual conference, “The Big Show.” It’s been a long time since I’ve been to a major event like this one, but retail continues to be important to SonicWall and is now part of what I do here at SonicWall Security, particularly for our SonicWall network security offerings.