Help AG, the cybersecurity arm of Etisalat Digital and UAE’s trusted IT security advisor, has recently announced its partnership with Zscaler™, the premier cloud security provider.
Zscaler offers enterprises with cloud security solutions replacing the traditional inbound as well as outbound gateways, enabling organizations to transform their security and infrastructures from an appliance-based model to a modern, cloud-based approach.
Talking about the partnership, Stephan Berner, Chief Executive Officer at Help AG, shared, “Zscaler will enable us to offer our customers a zero trust solution that securely connects any user, device, or app over any network with a revolutionary new approach to application access and security. This strategic partnership reaffirms Help AG’s commitment to providing industry-leading cybersecurity solutions to our customers.”
On the other hand, Sean Sullivan, Director EMEA Channels at Zscaler stated, “We are looking forward to the partnership with Help AG to accelerate their customers’ secure journey to the cloud. By combining network, application, and security to meet the demands of today’s modern hybrid workplace, our Zero Trust Exchange Platform enables them a smooth transformation journey from on-premise security to the cloud.”
Zscaler is purpose-built to meet the requirements of today’s businesses that rely heavily on cloud-based applications as well as mobile networks. Supported by the world’s largest security cloud, the Zscaler Zero Trust Exchange™ platform present locally in the UAE is built on a native, multitenant, and cloud architecture that can grow dynamically with demand, to deliver unprecedented scalability and performance.
Zscaler’s cybersecurity platform is based on the Zscaler Zero Trust Exchange, an architecture built for accelerating secure digital transformation. The Zscaler Zero Trust Exchange enables fast and secure connections which allow users to work from anywhere using the internet as the corporate network. Based on the zero-trust concept of least-privileged access, it provides comprehensive security with the help of context-based identity and policy enforcement.
By ensuring that the service is always close to the users and co-located with the cloud providers and applications they are accessing (such as Microsoft 365 and AWS), it guarantees the shortest path between users and their destinations, providing comprehensive security and an unparalleled user experience.