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SonicWall and Opswat will work together to offer advanced threat detection

SonicWall and Opswat have announced a improvement of the collaboration agreement that they already had. The second company, dedicated to the protection of critical infrastructure, will therefore collaborate thanks to the extension of the agreement with SonicWall in the developing a threat detection solution focused on offering advanced solutions, but also on operational efficiency.

The agreement also integrates the compliance module of devices OESIS Framework in the SonicWall 1000 Series Secure Mobile Access Applianceswith the goal of generating reliable, unimpeded security policy compliance checks for all network connections.

On the other hand, it also combines the resources of both companies to create a solution that is responsible for detecting and assessing the status of endpoints and third-party security applications running on specific endpoints. Host Information Profile (HIP) collects information about the security status of network endpoints, which is used for gateway policy enforcement.

Shubham Jena, Product Manager of the SMA product linehas highlighted that «Now more than ever, businesses and organizations are creating remote work templates on a massive scale, and there is significant demand to ensure the safety of employees and business-critical data, as well as access and security of applications. of business. We are pleased to include Opswat’s OESIS Framework for SMA 1000 series customers to help them gain more access and visibility into devices connecting to their networks.«.

Hamid Karimi, VP OEM and Technology Alliances at Opswathighlights that «Combining the SonicWall SMA 1000 series with Opswat’s OESIS Framework offers customers extraordinary visibility and control to help safeguard networks by ensuring only compliant endpoints gain access to business-critical digital assets, on-premises or in the cloud. Opswat is excited to expand our solution with SonicWall, empowering organizations with the access and security they need to operate safely in today’s ever-changing security environments.«.

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