Cato Networks recently announced that Gartner has recognized the company as a Challenger in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Single-Vendor SASE.
“We are SASE. Four years before SASE was even defined, Cato was founded on the vision of converging networking and security into single, global, cloud service,” said Shlomo Kramer, co-founder and CEO of Cato Networks. “We have spent every moment since then building the Cato SASE Cloud, one platform that seamlessly and effortlessly connects and secures any user or location to any application, anywhere in the world, at any scale, with full resiliency. It’s the fulfillment of a vision we call the ‘Cato Experience.’
This recognition comes after an incredible week for Cato. Cato saw recognition as the SASE “poster child” and “Leader” by Forrester Research in the Forrester Wave: Zero Trust Edge Solutions, Q3 2023 Report. Zero Trust Edge (ZTE) is Forrester’s name for SASE. Cato also announced that it was selected by Carlsberg, the world-famous brewer, for a massive global SASE deployment spanning 200+ locations and 25,000 remote users.
“Cato is so much simpler to deploy and use than competing solutions. We started referring to them as the Apple of networking,” says Tal Arad, Vice President of Global Security & Technology at Carlsberg.
Cato has been relentless in its focus on developing a true SASE platform that enables IT to operate at the speed of business. It’s that focus that has led Cato to fulfill the vision of SASE: Converging the capabilities enterprises require, packaged in a way that can be consumed by every organization, anywhere in the world, no matter their size, resources, or skill sets.
The Cato Experience is this commitment to introduce the most sophisticated security and networking capabilities demanded by enterprises but only in a way that they operate seamlessly together, at scale, under all conditions, anywhere in the world.