As 72% of organisations plan to implement Zero Trust capabilities in 2020 to mitigate growing cyber risk, nearly half (47%) of cyber security professionals lack confidence applying a Zero Trust model to their Secure Access architecture, according to the 2020 Zero Trust Progress Report released by Cybersecurity Insiders and Pulse Secure, globally renowned provider of software-defined Secure Access solutions. 2020 Zero Trust Progress report The 2020 Zero Trust Progress report surveyed more than 400 cyber security decision makers to share how enterprises are implementing Zero Trust security in their organisation and reveal key drivers, adoption, technologies, investments and benefits. The report found that Zero Trust access is moving beyond concept to implementation in 2020, but there is a striking confidence divide among cybersecurity professionals in applying Zero Trust principles. Cyberattacks and enormity of data breaches in 2019 has challenged the veracity of secure access defenses" “The sheer volume of cyberattacks and enormity of data breaches in 2019 has challenged the veracity of secure access defenses, even in well-funded organisations,” said Scott Gordon, chief marketing officer at Pulse Secure. “Zero Trust holds the promise of vastly enhanced usability, data protection and governance. However, there is a healthy degree of confusion among cyber security professionals about where and how to implement Zero Trust controls in hybrid IT environment – which is clearly reflected in respondents’ split confidence levels.” Data protection Of the organisations building out Zero Trust capabilities in 2020, data protection, trust earned through entity verification, and continuous authentication and authorisation were cited as the most compelling tenets of Zero Trust. The report also discovered nearly one-third of organisations (30%) are seeking to simplify secure access delivery, including enhancing user experience and optimising administration and provisioning. Additionally, 53% of respondents plan to move Zero Trust access capabilities to a hybrid IT deployment. Vulnerable mobile and at-risk devices, BYOD and IoT trend More than 40% of survey respondents expressed that vulnerable mobile and at-risk device, insecure partner access, cyber-attacks, over privileged employees, and shadow IT risks are top challenges to secure access to applications and resources. “Digital transformation is ushering in an increase in malware attacks, IoT exposures and data breaches, and this is because it’s easier to phish users on mobile devices and take advantage of poorly maintained Internet-connected devices. As a result, orchestrating endpoint visibility, authentication and security enforcement controls are paramount to achieve a Zero Trust posture,” said Gordon. While 45% are concerned with public cloud application access security and 43% of respondents expressed Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) enablement issues, more than 70% of organisations are looking to advance their identity and access management capabilities. Secure Access for Hybrid IT models Secure Access starts with appropriate and well-maintained user provisioning but requires entity authentication" “Secure Access starts with appropriate and well-maintained user provisioning but requires entity authentication and compliance checks to invoke conditional access – regardless if a user is remote or on a corporate network, if the device is personal or corporate-owned, or if the application is internal or in the cloud,” said Gordon. Workforce mobility and hybrid IT models have placed most workloads beyond the shelter of corporate networks and traditional perimeter defense – which creates significant user access and data concerns. The 2020 Zero Trust Progress Report revealed nearly a third of cybersecurity professionals expressed value in applying Zero Trust to address hybrid IT security issues. Re-evaluating secure access infrastructure “Organisations at all stages of cloud adoption should re-evaluate their access security posture and data privacy requirements as they move applications and resources from on-premises to public and private cloud environments. Applying a Zero Trust model that aligns to hybrid IT migration can allow organizations to realise utility computing economies while creating a non-disruptive way to implement Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) functionality when, where and how they require,” said Gordon. The report highlighted that a quarter of organisations seek to augment their current secure access infrastructure with Software Defined Perimeter (SDP) technology (aka Zero Trust Network Access - ZTNA). “Organisations interested in exploring ZTNA should seek a solution that works in parallel with a perimeter-based VPN to gain essential operational flexibility for enterprises and service providers supporting data center and multi-cloud environments,” said Gordon. Hybrid IT deployment Of the respondents considering SDP, a majority (53%) would require a hybrid IT deployment and quarter (25%) would adopt a SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) implementation. “Some organisations are hesitant to implement Zero Trust as SaaS because they might have legacy applications that will either delay, or prevent, cloud deployment. Others might have greater data protection obligations, where they are averse to having controls and other sensitive information leaving their premises, or they have a material investment in their datacenter infrastructure that meets their needs,” said Holger Schulze, founder and CEO of Cybersecurity Insiders.
Pulse Secure, the provider of software-defined Secure Access solutions, announces that it has published its ‘2019 State of Enterprise Secure Access’ report. The findings quantify threats, gaps and investment as organisations face increasing hybrid IT access challenges. The survey of large enterprises in the US, UK and DACH uncovers business risk and impact resulting in a pivot towards extending Zero Trust capabilities to enable productivity and stem exposures to multi-cloud resources, applications and sensitive data. Audit access security The survey data showed all enterprises have ongoing data center dependencies While enterprises are taking advantage of cloud computing, the survey data showed all enterprises have ongoing data center dependencies. One fifth of respondents anticipate lowering their data center investment, while more than 40% indicated a material increase in private and public cloud investment. According to the report, the shift in how organisations deliver Hybrid IT services to enable digital transformation must also take into consideration empowering a mobile workforce, supporting consumer and IoT devices in the workplace and meeting data privacy compliance obligations – all make for a challenging environment to ensure, monitor and audit access security. Empower corporate leadership “What was consistent across enterprise sizes, sectors, or location was that secure access for hybrid IT is a current and growing concern with cyberthreats, requirements and issues emerging from many sources. The reporting findings and insights should empower corporate leadership and IT security professionals to re-think how their organisations are protecting resources and sensitive data as they migrate to the cloud,” said Martin Veitch, editorial director at IDG Connect. IDG Connect and Pulse Secure will share research findings in a webcast entitled ‘State of Enterprise Secure Access – Issues, Initiatives and Tech,’ on June 13 at 7 a.m. PT / 10 a.m. ET / 2 p.m. GMT. Authorisation access controls 61% of respondents indicated modest confidence in their security processes The survey found the most impactful incidents were contributed by a lack of user and device access visibility and lax endpoint, authentication and authorisation access controls. Over the last 18 months, half of all companies dealt with malware, unauthorised/vulnerable endpoint use and mobile or web apps exposures. Nearly half experienced unauthorised access to data and resources due to insecure endpoints and privileged users, as well as unauthorised application access due to poor authentication or encryption controls. While a third expressed significant confidence, 61% of respondents indicated modest confidence in their security processes, human resources, intelligence and tools to mitigate access security threats. Device configuration compliance The survey revealed the top access threat mitigation deficiencies: Defining app, data and resource access and protection requirements Defining, implementing and enforcing user and device access policy Provisioning, monitoring and enforcing BYOD and IoT device access When survey participants were asked what they perceive as their largest operational gaps for access security, the majority identified hybrid IT application availability; user, device and mobile discovery and exposures; weak device configuration compliance; and inconsistent or incomplete enforcement. Correspondingly, the participants stated that their organisations are stepping up their access security initiatives: 48% improving endpoint security, remediation prior to access 46% enhancing IoT discovery, isolation and access control 44% fortifying network and cloud access visibility and resource segmentation Software defined perimeter Larger companies have about 30% more tools than smaller enterprises The cited incidents, threat mitigation deficiencies and operational gaps are among reasons for the interest in a Zero Trust approach for access security. A Zero Trust model authenticates, authorises and verifies users, devices, applications and resources no matter where they reside. It encompasses proving identity, device and security state before and during a transaction; applying a least privilege access closest to the entities, applications and data; and extending intelligence to allow policies to adapt to changing requirements and conditions. Adding to management complexity, the report also found that organisations employ three or more secure access tools per each of 13 solutions presented in the survey. Larger companies have about 30% more tools than smaller enterprises. Correspondingly, nearly half of respondents were open to exploring the benefits of consolidating their security tools into suites. With the migration to cloud, one tool of interest cited by respondents as being implemented or planned over the next 18 months is Software Defined Perimeter (SDP). Secure access tool 91% of enterprises plan to increase secure access expenditure over the next 18 months; 30% anticipate an increase spend between 15% to 25% 44% of enterprises use data center in conjunction with public cloud, 30% in conjunction with private cloud, and 26% utilise all three delivery environments 46% of large enterprises prefer data center and private cloud; primarily preferred by financial services and U.K.-based companies 49% or more cited significant access incidents due to malware, unauthorised and vulnerable endpoint use and mobile and web app exposures - healthcare organisations experienced greater mobile and web app exposures 81% expressed gaps in hybrid IT application availability - financial services experienced the most business impact related to application availability 78% indicated need for greater visibility of users, endpoints and mobile devices; more evident in large enterprises and those in the DACH region 42% will focus on refining privileged user or service account-based access – a top priority in financial services and manufacturing 48% stated a willingness to explore secure access tool consolidation into suites 56% stated a project or pilot of Software Defined Perimeter technology over the next 18 months Over 38% of respondents outsource secure access capabilities to Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) with additional MSSP usage to grow 10% by 2021 Secure access priorities We are pleased to sponsor the 2019 State of Enterprise Secure Access Report" The independent research for the report, which offers key insights into the current access security landscape and the maturity of defences, was conducted by IDG Connect. Survey respondents included more than 300 information security decision makers in enterprises with more than 1,000 employees across U.S., U.K. and DACH regions, and covered key verticals including financial services, healthcare, manufacturing and services. “We are pleased to sponsor the 2019 State of Enterprise Secure Access Report. The independent research provides a useful litmus test for the level of exposure, controls and investment regarding hybrid IT access,” said Scott Gordon, chief marketing officer at Pulse Secure. “The key takeaway from this report is hybrid IT delivery has expanded security risks and necessitates more stringent access requirements. As such, organisations should re-assess their secure access priorities, capabilities and technology as part of their Zero Trust strategy.”
Pulse Secure, global provider of secure access solutions to both enterprises and service providers, has been recognised as a technology leader and among the top three performers in Network Access Control (NAC) according to research by Quadrant Knowledge Solutions. The NAC market, estimated at nearly $1.3 billion and growing by 27.6 percent per year, is driven by workforce mobility and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), global regulations, automated threat response and Internet of Things (IoT) security risks. 2019 NAC Market Outlook According to the '2019 NAC Market Outlook' report by Quadrant Knowledge Solutions, NAC manages and controls access of devices and users to corporate networks based on policies, including endpoint configuration, authentication and user’s identity. NAC technologies have evolved significantly from device access authorisation, BYOD and guest management functions to more granular endpoint visibility, access and security capabilities that support robust policies driven by mobility, cloud and virtualisation trends. Modern NAC technology includes functionality to support granular network segmentation, user behavior monitoring, enhanced visibility, and security automation and orchestration capability for automated threat detection and response. The published report provides an overview of the market including NAC capabilities, technology, drivers, adoption trends and competitive insights. IoT proliferation IoT proliferation and the convergence of IT/OT networks is expanding the enterprise attack surface"“IoT proliferation and the convergence of IT/OT networks is expanding the enterprise attack surface. With endpoint, BYOD and IoT security risks, organisations are taking advantage of the operational visibility and threat mitigation capabilities of next generation NAC solutions,” said Piyush Dewangan, industry research manager at Quadrant Knowledge Solutions. “Pulse Secure has received strong ratings for its sophisticated technology platform, competitive differentiation, scalability, technology vision and overall customer impact.” The report cites that Cisco, ForeScout Technologies, and Pulse Secure are the top performers and technology leaders in the global NAC market. These companies provide comprehensive NAC solutions targeting large enterprise organisations, improving their network visibility and granular policy implementation. Pulse Policy Secure Among the capabilities highlighted in the report that earned Pulse Policy Secure (NAC) a technical leadership ranking, the most distinguished are: Integrated visibility, BYOD and IoT security and Zero Trust enforcement capabilities Easy path to NAC, starting with rich network device profiling, inventory and guest management Dynamic identification, classification, monitoring and reporting of managed and unmanaged endpoint and IoT devices Agent and agentless options for pre- and post-admission control, supporting an existing 802.1x supplicant/agent, or by employing agentless multi-factor device discovery and verification Automated or self-service provisioning of guest, BYOD and IoT devices Advanced User Enhanced Behavior Analytics (UEBA) further detects anomalous user, endpoint and IoT device activity Integration with leading networking and security tools, and automated threat response Data center or cloud administration of multiple distributed PPS appliances; each appliance can control up to 50,000 devices to scale to over a million devices per network Integration with leading networking and security tools, and automated threat response Common NAC/VPN Client, policy engine and system management for streamlined deployment, unified visibility and consistent access control for data center and hybrid IT Expanding enterprise NAC platform Pulse Secure continues to experience growth in its enterprise NAC platform with sales through partners to existing customers" “Pulse Secure continues to experience growth in its enterprise NAC platform with sales through partners to existing customers, as well as to organisations investing in first-time NAC deployments and those replacing their current solutions,” said Scott Gordon, vice president of marketing at Pulse Secure. “With our unique means to offer a simple, unified NAC and VPN solution, we allow enterprises to gain essential intelligence, compliance and protection for remote, cloud and data center access. We are honoured to receive this NAC market distinction as technology leader.” The 'NAC Market Outlook' report earmarks that the global NAC market is expected to increase significantly in the next five to six years. NAC is increasingly becoming mature and accepted as a key technology to improve an organisation's overall security defenses. Both large and mid-sized organisations are looking at full-scale deployments and extending NAC security to a greater number of devices and endpoints. Adopting security technologies Traditionally, the adoption of security technologies is primarily driven by compliance to broader global regulations. In the global market, banking & financial services, education, government and healthcare sectors are the primary users of NAC solutions. However, organisations from several industry verticals are increasingly focusing on improving their security measures to enhance overall security. IT/OT convergence has resulted in increased exposure to cyberthreats to the industrial environment, and NAC vendors are expanding their capabilities to support IT/OT convergence.
Pulse Secure, global provider of Secure Access solutions to both enterprises and service providers, has announced the launch of new packaging of its award-winning Pulse Access Suite for Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs). The solution offers service providers an accelerated, cost-effective means to differentiate and build out their service portfolio to meet the massive demand for protected connectivity to cloud applications and hybrid IT resources. Pulse Secure Pulse Secure offers a comprehensive, integrated and highly interoperable set of Secure Access solutions spanning remote, mobile and cloud access security; network visibility and access control; and application delivery. The suite allows service providers to extend lucrative access protection, endpoint compliance, threat response and availability services for the data center, hosted in the cloud or running as SaaS. The service provider packaging optimises capital expenditure through an on-demand, pay-per-use model. MSSPs can spin up or spin down virtual Secure Access instances and licenses at a cost based on the number of concurrent monthly users. On-demand provisioning and tiered, user-based pricing gives service providers needed flexibility for customer onboarding, growth spurts and business downturns. Managed Security Services (MSS) The Managed Security Services (MSS) market 'constitutes approximately 60 percent of the overall security outsourcing market' According to a recent Gartner report1, the Managed Security Services (MSS) market 'constitutes approximately 60 percent of the overall security outsourcing market , generating $18.7 billion in revenue in 2017 and growing at a CAGR of 11 percent through 2021. It is important to view MSS in the context of broader security outsourcing, because large enterprises are increasingly looking for hybrid engagements that include a mix of shared and dedicated service delivery components.' Key market trends in that report include: Moving beyond monitoring of only network-based security technologies, particularly the network perimeter, with increasing focus on the endpoint (e.g. managed EDR services) Increasing movement toward more customised outcomes for buyers Buyer demand for capabilities to monitor popular SaaS applications, and public cloud service providers and IaaS Enterprise Mobile Management (EMM) and Network Access Control (NAC) As enterprises are seeking more complete offerings from fewer managed security service providers, MSSPs in turn are seeking to expand service scope while reducing business risk and operational complexity. In comparison to working with point solutions that are limited due to custom integration, disparate management and licensing constraints, Pulse Secure uniquely offers MSSPs integrated Virtual Private Network (VPN), Enterprise Mobile Management (EMM), Network Access Control (NAC) and virtual Application Delivery Controller (ADC) solutions within a unified management framework for data center and hybrid IT implementation. Pulse Secure Access Suite for MSSPs MSSP packaging, including user-based licensing, will be available to authorised channel partners at the end of November through Pulse Secure’s global distributors MSSP packaging, including user-based licensing, will be available to authorised channel partners at the end of November through Pulse Secure’s global distributors. The Pulse Secure Access Suite for MSSPs’ list price starts at $6 USD MSRP per concurrent user per month for the first 500 users with higher discounts available for larger user counts. The solution includes a multi-tenant, centralised management system and licensing server that gives MSSPs operational oversight while also providing clients with dashboard visibility. The solution includes virtual appliance form factors for VMware, KVM and Hyper-V, and supports deployment in hosted cloud environments such as Microsoft Azure and Amazon AWS. “Ensuring secure access is more challenging than ever given the dynamics of cyber threats, IT consumerisation and software-defined data centers. Enterprises of all sizes are overwhelmed and increasingly looking to MSSPs for expertise and capacity,” said Scott Gordon, chief marketing officer at Pulse Secure. “Pulse Secure gives MSSP leaders an easy, proven and no-risk path to extend services and increase revenues for hybrid IT secure access. More importantly, our new MSSP packaging enables our service provider partners and their customers to deliver ubiquitous access productivity while ensuring compliance.” Managed Access Services “Pulse Secure has been a key vendor for our managed access services. In my team’s experience, Pulse is the only one that has reliably delivered as-advertised stability, performance and manageability, as well as new feature sets that satisfy our highly demanding clients,” said Nicholas Klein, SOC supervisor at GTT Managed Secure Access Group. “With Pulse Secure, our services are backed by a rock-solid, flexible platform paired with a responsive support team, allowing us to focus on the value-add aspects of our managed service for our customers.” “As business, government and educational institutions are building out their cloud-enabled infrastructure, enterprises must consider how to enforce appropriate resource and data access while delivering high usability for their users. indevis offers enterprises the benefit of expertise, resources, and experience to design and implement an integrated data center and cloud access strategy,” said Wolfgang Kurz, founder and CTO at indevis. “We believe Pulse Secure offers a breadth of Secure Access capabilities and interoperability that give our customers greater freedom to optimize and defend their mobile and cloud computing initiatives. We appreciate the operational and licensing advantages that the Pulse Secure packaging provides our customers and us.” Internet of Enterprises Orange Business Services is a leader in the Internet of Enterprises, the emerging digital business ecosystem powered by data" “Orange Business Services is a leader in the Internet of Enterprises, the emerging digital business ecosystem powered by data. We are at the core of our customers’ data journey,” said Nicolas Drogou, head of Orange Cyberdefense APAC. “Ensuring the security of the data and its journey end to end is paramount to us being the trusted partner for their Digital Transformation. Pulse Secure is a cornerstone solution within our managed security services suite. The features and scalability of its Secure Access suite enable us to tackle the complex Secure Access challenges that organizations face in an increasingly volatile threat landscape.” “RKON’s customers are building out significant mobile and cloud investments where potential exposure to cyberattacks, compliance and visibility gaps are top of mind,” said Jeff Mullarkey, CEO of RKON, a leading-edge MSSP based in Chicago. He further added, “Ensuring always-on and protected access to resources is foundational to their businesses. We support enterprises across all verticals with a specific emphasis in the mergers and acquisitions space. Our Managed Secure Access practice leverages the Pulse Secure platform's reliability and broad capabilities.”
Pulse Secure, global provider of enterprise Secure Access solutions has announced the release of Pulse Policy Secure 9.0 to enable organisations an easier, flexible and VPN-integrated path to next-generation Network Access Control (NAC). The latest release incorporates more than 36 new features and enhancements; advancing visibility, usability, endpoint and IoT security, and threat response capabilities. As a result, enterprises can strengthen their security posture and mitigate malware, data breaches and compliance risks. “With growing attacks, BYOD and data privacy issues, enterprises must get a handle on users, endpoints and IoT devices accessing their network resources,” said Tony Massimini, senior industry analyst at Frost & Sullivan. “Pulse Secure is distinguished by offering the benefits of both pure-play and infrastructure NAC providers. Unlike infrastructure NAC, Pulse Secure is integrated and works with popular switches, wireless, and security infrastructure to facilitate deployment and threat response. Unlike pure-play NAC offerings, Pulse Secure offers VPN and NAC solutions that amalgamate mobile, cloud and network oversight. The combination delivers enterprise value for user, endpoint and IoT visibility, as well as threat response.” Pulse Policy Secure Pulse Policy Secure (PPS) is an enterprise-class NAC solution that delivers network visibility, “comply to connect” policy enforcement and security orchestration Pulse Policy Secure (PPS) is an enterprise-class NAC solution that delivers network visibility, “comply to connect” policy enforcement and security orchestration with popular switch, wireless controller, NGFW, SIEM, EMM and endpoint security solutions. PPS tackles the challenges of securing corporate networks, which are being redefined by Hybrid IT, mobile devices and IoT. Frost & Sullivan predicts that IoT connections will reach 45.4 billion by 2023. IoT brings new exposures as mobile, wearables, medical and other IP-enabled devices are introduced to the corporate network. Policy Secure 9.0 boosts compliance enforcement with broader endpoint discovery mechanisms, vulnerability assessment to prevent malware attacks such as WannaCry, as well as OS and patch management verification to safeguard Windows and macOS devices. Beyond supporting TACACS+ for role-based network device support, the release also streamlines user experience by incorporating host checking caching, directory, authentication and firewall integration techniques to reduce login prompts, authorisation and device compliance time. Pule Profiler and Secure 9.0 Pulse Profiler, sold separately or integrated within PPS, automatically identifies managed and unmanaged devices Pulse Profiler, sold separately or integrated within PPS, automatically identifies managed and unmanaged devices (e.g. printers, VOIP phones, cameras) that are connecting to the corporate network. The system dynamically monitors for device profile and security state changes. The new version further extends IoT device discovery, classification and management features with added means to ascertain new and custom IoT devices, and to apply policy for conditional access. Policy Secure 9.0 further enables threat response orchestration. PPS can share identity and endpoint information with popular network and security infrastructure, as well as receive network policy enforcement requests from external solutions. The release extends integration with Palo Alto Networks, Checkpoint, Juniper and Fortinet firewalls to enrich their operational context, as well as to allow the firewall to invoke NAC endpoint network segregation or blocking. IoT Security and threat mitigation Organisations understand NAC advantages for visibility, IoT security and threat mitigation" "Organisations understand NAC advantages for visibility, IoT security and threat mitigation, but perceive the technology to be cumbersome. The latest release of Pulse Secure NAC continues to advance our deployment, usability and integration capabilities while delivering enterprise-class functionality,” said Scott Gordon, chief marketing officer at Pulse Secure. “With our unique means to offer a simple, unified NAC and VPN solution, we allow enterprises to gain essential intelligence, compliance and protection for remote, cloud and data center access.” Pulse Secure offers organisations an easy, flexible and scalable path to next generation NAC: Start with the Pulse Profiler for dynamic endpoint and IoT device visibility, assessment, inventory and monitoring Deploy Pulse Policy Secure for automated guest management, mobile on-boarding, endpoint remediation, network enforcement and threat response Streamline implementation with wizard templates and the means to phase in access enforcement, network coverage, and core integrations Scale cost-effectively with the PPS appliance, which includes a high-performance RADIUS server supporting up to 50,000 concurrent devices Centrally manage appliances and over a million endpoints though the Pulse One console Simplify and expedite NAC deployment for Pulse Secure VPN customers by leveraging the same user client, policy framework and centralised management console Network Access Control solutions The evolution of Network Access Control solutions is critical to the security industry" "We are seeing more IoT deployments especially within our larger clients in healthcare and manufacturing and we welcome the enhancements to Pulse Policy Secure that help to discover and protect a wider array of devices,” said David Hood, MD of ANSecurity, “The evolution of Network Access Control solutions is critical to the security industry and deeper support for next generation firewalls and other security platforms offered by the new 9.0 release will go a long way towards helping organisations to simplify security in what is an increasingly complex infrastructure landscape.”
Pulse Secure, the leader in secure access solutions for people, devices, things and services, announced Scott Gordon joining the company’s executive team as Chief Marketing Officer, building upon Pulse Secure’s customer success, product innovation and sustained growth. “We are singularly focused on improving the productivity of our customers, and with our focus on secure access solutions, we are enjoying strong business growth and attracting new high caliber customers, partners and talent,” said Sudhakar Ramakrishna, CEO of Pulse Secure. “We welcome Scott’s leadership, experience and drive to our executive team as we continue to develop the company and elevate our global presence.” Scott Gordon to expand Pulse Secure's global market strategy In this role, Gordon will be responsible for expanding the company’s global go-to-market strategy, branding, channel and sales enablement. Gordon brings more than 20 years of industry experience and accomplishments in global tech marketing to Pulse Secure, having consistently delivered strategies, results and teams that have accelerated many well-known cyber security brands. Previously, he was CMO at digital threat management vendor, RiskIQ. Prior to that, he was CMO at the network access control vendor, ForeScout Technologies (FSCT). He has also held executive and management roles at AccelOps (acquired by Fortinet), Protego (acquired by Cisco), Axent (acquired by Symantec) and McAfee. Pulse secure advances its secure access portfolio Pulse Secure continues to advance its secure access portfolio, which enables business to gain ubiquitous, seamless and compliant access between users, devices, applications and services across network, web, mobile, cloud and data center environments. Correspondingly, customers have expressed their appreciation for the company’s product benefits and dedicated support with record-setting NetPromoter scores. Among other accomplishments, the company has successfully transitioned users of the Virtual Application Delivery Controller (vADC) product family, from Brocade Communications Systems to Pulse Secure. “The pace of enterprise investments to ensure digital transformation and enhanced user experience requires unfettered, dependable, and appropriate resource access,” said Scott Gordon, CMO of Pulse Secure. “Pulse Secure is in an exceptional position to extend its market position via a proven platform, flexible solution set, and compelling vision. I am excited to join the team and contribute to the company’s success.”
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