Hybrid is the new reality. Span your security from the data center to the cloud.
Embracing new forms of infrastructure is a key part of digitization as enterprises look to scale outside of their existing footprints to build hybrid environments. Here are three use cases for securing a hybrid data center.
Gain complete insight into user, device, network and application activity across all your on-premises data centers and private and public clouds with greater contextual awareness that maps to business requirements and risk.
Minimize opportunities for attack
Prevent attackers from moving inside the data center and across multicloud environments by applying granular access control across north-south and east-west traffic using a combination of physical and virtual firewalls.
Automate threat protection
Discover threats and malicious activity, block threats in real time and automatically isolate infected hosts to minimize business disruption and prevent data loss.
Not sure where to start with your hybrid cloud security plan? A good plan can make all the difference.
Get consistent security across your hybrid cloud regardless of workload or network type. Our Next-Generation Firewalls across all form factors – hardware, virtual and containerized – consistently provide deep visibility and security enforcement on-premises in the data center or public clouds.
Centralized firewall management simplifies firewall configuration, auditing and reporting. Leverage policy management with a single solution to manage all firewall form factors and Cloud-Delivered Security Services. Manage and enforce a consistent policy model across on-premises deployments and multiple clouds.
Get best-in-class threat prevention and response from our wide range of security subscriptions. Block known threats and vulnerability attacks. Automatically identify and protect against zero-day exploits, malware, spyware and more.
Our virtual firewalls simplify security deployment. Deep integrations with the leading virtualization, software-defined networking, container and public cloud infrastructure providers make use of automation to simplify firewall deployment and scalability.