SonicWall, a global leader in physical, virtual and cloud-focused cybersecurity solutions, is emphasizing the return of customer choice for securing and scaling a mix of cloud, hybrid and traditional environments. “Too many times organizations have been forced to change the way they operate in order to secure access to their
In the first half of 2021, ransomware attacks skyrocketed, eclipsing the entire volume for 2020 in only six months, according to the mid-year update to the 2021 SonicWall Cyber Threat Report published. In a new paradigm for cybercrime, SonicWall is analyzing how threat actors are using any means possible to
Bill Conner, President and CEO at SonicWall elaborates on the record-breaking year for ransomware. We live in a nation preoccupied with the setting of new records. But while many records are newsworthy, not all of this news is good news. Two examples that have recently made headlines: the mid-June heatwave
SonicWall announced three new high-performance firewall models for enterprises and large organizations — NSa 4700, NSa 6700 and NSsp 13700 — designed to accelerate network throughput, stop advanced cyberattacks like ransomware, and securely connect millions of users. Featuring some of the highest port densities in their class, the new appliances
The pandemic’s work-from-home reality resulted in an unprecedented change for organizations as they fought to defend exponentially greater attack surfaces from cybercriminals armed with powerful cloud-based tools, cloud storage and endless targets. As working environments evolved, so did the methods of threat actors and other motivated perpetrators, as detailed
SonicWall today announced the expansion of its Capture Cloud Platform with the addition of the high-performance NSa 2700 firewall and three new cost-effective TZ firewall options. The company also debuted SonicWall Cloud Edge Secure Access that delivers easy-to-deploy, easy-to-use zero-trust security for organizations operating in a modern work-from-anywhere model.
SonicWall Capture Labs threat researchers today unveiled third-quarter threat intelligence collected by the company’s more than 1 million global security sensors. The findings highlight cybercriminal’s growing use of ransomware, encrypted threats and attacks leveraging non-standard ports, while overall malware volume declined for the third consecutive quarter.