Palo Alto protects Home Network with Okyo Grade
The wide adoption of hybrid work means the more chances of cyberattacks on home networks are potential threats to modern enterprises. Palo Alto Network announced the general availability of its Okyo Garde Enterprise Edition that provides protection to businesses from home network vulnerabilities.
Organizations adoption to SASE for providing consistent protection to employees anywhere work needs to happen. Okyo Garde Enterprise Edition enables organizations to extend Palo Alto Networks best-in-class SASE into the home network through a security subscription that comes with Prisma Access and a beautifully designed Wi-fi 6 router.
To create tightly controlled security zones for corporate and personal devices, Okyo Garde Enterprise Edition also includes an option for at-home employees to create separate private and personal networks. The use of separate networks prevents commingling of data, while also reducing the risk of attackers moving laterally from one network to another.
Key benefits of Okyo Garde Enterprise Edition:
- Protects the corporate network from the employee’s personal network at home, reducing the risk of lateral movement.
- Secures unmanaged work devices at home, such as printers, VoIP phones and hardware prototypes.
- Helps protect the whole home from phishing, malware and other attacks, including on personal and IoT devices.
- Provides enterprise security teams an easy interface to assign and manage Okyo Garde subscriptions for employees.
- Gives security operations center (SOC)/IT visibility and control over the in-home corporate network while providing the means to ensure personal network activity is not visible to IT admins.
- Provides fast and reliable Wi-Fi coverage throughout the home.
Okyo Garde Enterprise Edition is now available in the U.S. and Canada from Palo Alto Networks and Palo Alto Networks NextWave partners.