How to test drive Sophos UTM in AWS: Sign up for the webcast

amazonwebservicesAmazon Web Services (AWS) delivers a cloud computing platform that’s reliable, flexible and affordable. And we’re excited to offer a complete network security solution that fits seamlessly into AWS. Sign up to join our webcast on Thursday, December 12th, explaining how to take a test drive of Sophos UTM in AWS.

Sophos network security expert Bill Prout will show you how Sophos UTM in AWS provides all the features you need to protect your Virtual Private Cloud and EC2 instances, while providing secure connections for remote users, locations or across AWS regions.

If you want to see what UTM or AWS is all about, this is the perfect place to start. Our webcast will show you:

  • How Sophos works within the AWS shared security model
  • A demonstration of how Sophos UTM protects web applications, connects remotes sites and users, and provides visibility
  • How to get started with your free test drive
  • What’s coming: The world’s first elastic firewall

Webcast: Getting Started With Your Sophos UTM Test Drive in the AWS Cloud

When: Thursday, December 12th, 2pm – 3pm EST

Register now!

Learn more: Sophos UTM in AWS

If you’ve got questions, we’ve got answers. To learn more about Sophos UTM in the Amazon Cloud, visit sophos.com/aws to see demonstration videos, read a FAQ, and download our datasheet.

To learn more about Sophos UTM, visit our UTM product page.

Watch this short video to learn more about AWS.

One thought on “How to test drive Sophos UTM in AWS: Sign up for the webcast

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