“ShieldX is able to offer, within only 18 months, a validated, market-changing innovation with market-renowned recognition as a Gartner 2017 Cool Vendor in Cloud Security…”
Oct 17, 2018
ShieldX Elastic Security Platform Empowers Customers to Operate at Cloud Speed Without Agents
Company’s Adaptive Intention Engine Deploys Without Friction and Enables Customers to Instantly Identify and React to Changes in the Cloud San Jose, CA, October 17, 2018 – ShieldX, the pioneer in elastic security, today announced the release of the Adaptive Intention Engine to help security teams instantly identify and react to changes in cloud environments, empowering
How do you secure the cloud? New data points a way
The march toward the cloud for data and services has many companies rethinking their approach to cyber security. Do they need a cloud security strategy? What is different about a cloud security strategy? Recent surveys have shed light on how security strategies are changing, and more important, how they should change.
Managing Enterprise Security in the IoT Age of Connected Devices
Within the last decade, we have witnessed an explosion in connected devices and IoT technologies ranging from smart homes to drones and even autonomous bots. As device manufacturers, application developers and service providers strive to make everything smarter and more connected, cybercriminals and hackers are taking full advantage of the new opportunities.
ShieldX is redefining network and cloud security to better protect organizations against cyber threats—regardless of where sensitive data resides or how it moves across public, private, or multi-cloud environments.
APEIRO (pronounced \əˈpīˌrō), is based on the ancient Greek word ἄπειρος, that like our product, is associated with the infinite.
Scale security and micro-segmentation on demand, support business innovation, meet compliance requirements and protect against the latest cyberattacks
Ensure that no workloads in hybrid or multi-cloud environments are more vulnerable than others, no matter how services scale