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Zscaler services enable any end user, from any place, using any device a rich Internet experience while enforcing security and business policy. We deliver this service using our Global Cloud Infrastructure. Rather than buying appliances, we have a new on-demand business model, whereby customers pay a subscription fee. Our cloud service is built upon ground-breaking, high-performance technology that eliminates latency. Zscaler reduces risk, lowers cost, improves resource utilization, and simplifies IT administration.

Our Website: http://www.zscaler.com


Latest Content From Zscaler

Research Report: Zscaler a leader in the Forrester Wave

by ZscalerJul 08, 2015

We are proud to announce that Zscaler has been positioned as a leader in the Forrester Wave SaaS Web Content Security 2015 report. Zscaler received the highest scores of all vendors evaluated in the areas of Current Offering, Strategy and Market Presence. According to Forrester, "Customers had only good things to say about the [Zscaler] service, mentioning that the company focused on the customer and listened to their requests." The report also highlights that "Zscaler has found great success


Research Report: 5 Years Running: Zscaler a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant

by ZscalerJul 08, 2015

For 5 years Gartner has named Zscaler a Magic Quadrant Leader. The unstoppable momentum of the Internet and cloud computing, the ubiquity of mobile devices and the emergence of the Internet of Things have together turned the IT security landscape upside down. Today, Zscaler protects more than 13 million users, in more than 5,000 of the world's leading enterprise and government organizations worldwide, against cyber-attacks and data breaches while staying fully compliant with corporate and


Whitepaper: APT: The Best Defense is a Full Spectrum Offense

by ZscalerJul 08, 2015

APT attacks have led to breaches at some very high visibility targets like financial institutions, government agencies and high tech companies. A new approach to defense is needed as security appliances and hybrid solutions are limited in protecting organizations and employees in today's social, mobile world.

This whitepaper explores a differentiated approach to combating the four stages of an APT attack lifecycle - Reconnaissance, Initial Infection, Control, Exfiltration. Zscaler's


Whitepaper: What Does the Cloud Mean to Enterprise Security?

by ZscalerJul 08, 2015

The disappearing corporate perimeter has made it easier to breach security as employees access corporate assets over unprotected networks. The level of protection needed cannot be achieved with traditional appliance-based security and hybrid solutions.

This whitepaper talks about a new approach needed to protect employees and organizations as well as giving CISOs visibility into every user and device accessing the corporate network. Zscaler's Security-as-a-Service Platform delivers the


Webcast: Myths of Cloud Security Debunked!

by ZscalerJun 17, 2015

Despite the meteoric rise of cloud based applications and services, as well as its subsequent adoption by a significant number of enterprises, security still remains a major concern for many organizations.? The elephant in the room is the misconception that the cloud is less secure than on-premise capabilities. Gartner eloquently describes this as ?more of a trust issue than based on any reasonable analysis of actual security capabilities?. A recent global study by BT revealed that 76% of


Webcast: Zscaler vs FireEye - Insights from the Experts at Miercom Labs

by ZscalerMar 11, 2015

Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) are sophisticated, stealthy, and extremely difficult to stop - so a number of different approaches to combat them have emerged. That's why Miercom, a leading security testing firm, recently performed a head-to-head security efficacy analysis of all leading network-based breach detection and protection solutions - including FireEye, Checkpoint, Cisco, Fortinet, and Zscaler.Please join Robert Smithers, CEO of Miercom, and Dan Maier, Sr. Director of Product


Whitepaper: Zscaler a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant

by ZscalerJun 23, 2014

For four years Gartner has named Zscaler a Magic Quadrant leader in Secure Web Gateways. Zscaler believes the world of IT security is undergoing tremendous transformation, sparked by the adoption of mobility, the rise of cloud computing and increasing threats from sophisticated, well-funded cyber-criminal organizations and governments. This new threat landscape is also being fuelled by the rising trend of employees working outside of the corporate network, giving rise to a new era of increased


Research Report: Zscaler a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant

by ZscalerJun 23, 2014

For four years Gartner has named Zscaler a Magic Quadrant leader in Secure Web Gateways. Zscaler believes the world of IT security is undergoing tremendous transformation, sparked by the adoption of mobility, the rise of cloud computing and increasing threats from sophisticated, well-funded cyber-criminal organizations and governments. This new threat landscape is also being fuelled by the rising trend of employees working outside of the corporate network, giving rise to a new era of increased


Whitepaper: Turning the Corporate Network Inside Out

by ZscalerDec 31, 2013

The world of IT security is undergoing tremendous change as the corporate perimeter disappears and employees are increasingly mobile. These always-on, connected employees become a point of vulnerability as they access the corporate network through unprotected Wi-Fi. This white paper talks about a new approach needed in order to protect the network from Internet security threats. It also highlights how Zscaler's Security-as-a-Service platform, built from the ground up and 100% cloud, protects


Whitepaper: Zscaler Explains Its In-The-Cloud Service

by ZscalerAug 01, 2008

Most of today?s security products?such as firewalls, VPN, IDS/IPS?protect corporate networks and servers from threats coming from the Internet. Newer threats, such as bots, phishing, and malicious active content, target end users accessing Internet resources and infect corporate networks. Other than deploying caching and URL filtering products, corporations have done very little to inspect user-initiated traffic and protect their users. Web 2.0 applications, such as social and business