Cloud security doesn’t have to be costly and complex. Amazon Web Services (AWS) delivers speed and cost savings. Your cloud security solution should do the same.
As an AWS Advanced Tier security partner, we’re pleased to offer a new feature in Sophos UTM to protect your AWS environments while automatically scaling to fit your needs.
Sophos UTM for AWS now features Auto Scaling, so you can seamlessly scale up during demand spikes, or minimize costs by scaling back automatically during demand lulls.
When respected independent healthcare analyst The King’s Fund recently listed the three main challenges facing the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) in the year ahead, it will surprise nobody that budgets are a top concern.
With a robust spending review demanding up to £22 billion of productivity improvements, King’s is calling for the NHS to develop new care models that can provide savings without compromising on patient care.
King’s sees a large role for technology to transform the cost, accessibility and efficiency of many services. For care professionals, the goal is to use new technologies to engage patients in their own care, support clinical relationships and provide better data to drive more effective planning and decision making.
But with this comes risk. Putting IT at the heart of care means more opportunity for data breaches, as many high profile public and private sector data incidents have demonstrated.
We’ve just released a new Up2Date package for all UTM 9.3 users. It introduces several feature enhancements and improvements for our current UTM platform.
Please note that this is a mini-feature release, which is a little different from how we have done Up2Date releases in the past. This release does not explicitly add new features to the product, but it adds or enhances capabilities to several existing features.
For more details, please consult the knowledgebase article, and the notes below.
We started our firewall revolution last month with the launch of the Project Copernicus beta.
Project Copernicus is the codename for our new firewall platform that combines the award-winning SG Series appliance with an all-new operating system based on the best of Sophos and Cyberoam technology.
The feedback during the early stages of the beta has been very positive and helpful in shaping the final product. We’re pleased to announce the availability of Beta 2, which incorporates a number of significant enhancements, updates and fixes based on your feedback.
We’re excited to announce that the new Gartner Magic Quadrant for Unified Threat Management* is out, and Sophos is positioned in the Leaders Quadrant for the fourth year in a row.
We’re now one of only three vendors in the Leaders Quadrant. And we think that says a lot about our standing in the eyes of customers, partners and industry analysts. What are we doing that’s made Sophos a Leader for the past four years?
The Magic Quadrant is based on an assessment of a company’s ability to execute and completeness of vision. We believe our strategy for the mid-market and our channel is working just as we hoped; and we’re delivering on our promise to make security simple with a UTM that is super easy to deploy, manage, and use.
This year, we’re revolutionizing the firewall, giving our award-winning SG Series appliances an all-new operating system that combines the best of both Sophos and Cyberoam technology.
The codename for this new firewall platform is Project Copernicus, and we’re excited to inform you that the beta phase is now underway. This is your invitation to take an early look at the new software and put it to the test.
We have now launched Sophos ID, which allows customers and partners to access web services via a single login.
Existing accounts for MySophos and SophServ have been automatically moved to Sophos ID, so you won’t need to register for a new Sophos ID account if you have a MySophos account today.
You can also access Sophos Community, a merger of SophosTalk and Sophos FreeTalk, with your Sophos ID.