Top 10: Cybersecurity Companies in Data Centre

Top 10: Cybersecurity Companies in Data Centre
Palo Alto, CrowdStrike, Checkpoint, VMware, Juniper Networks, Cisco, Fortinet, Commvault, Trend Micro & Symantec are protecting data centres

In today's digitally-driven world, data is the new gold and its security is paramount. Data centres store, manage and process vast amounts of sensitive information, while under the constant threat of cyber attacks. 

These Top 10 cybersecurity companies specialise in data centre security and play a crucial role in safeguarding this critical infrastructure, securing the digital backbone of our interconnected world.

10. Trend Micro

Trend Micro supports over 500,000 organisations across the world with its hybrid cloud security. This technology delivers automation and flexibility to protect data centres in the modern world. 

Trend Micro’s Trend Cloud One – Workload Security, is powered by XGen, a purpose built for specific deployments. This delivers the operational efficiency needed to support data centres and keep them safe, from their physical servers and software, to virtual servers.

9. CrowdStrike

CrowdStrike has redefined security in the modern age, with its advanced cloud-native platform that protects critical areas of enterprise risk, such as endpoints and cloud workloads, identity and data.

CrowdStrike provides fast protection for data centres with its CrowdStrike Falcon platform, which protects workloads - such as containers, running in all environments, from public and private clouds to on-premises and hybrid data centres. The CrowdStrike Falcon can combat malware and respond to attacks, by maximising customer visibility into real-time and historical endpoint security events.

8. Checkpoint

Checkpoint Systems is passionate about advancing excellence in enterprise digital transformation in a range of sectors, including retail, fashion, food and beverage, logistics, health and beauty, DIY and more. Its RFID-based solutions provide vertically integrated RFID/RF solutions to support companies to fulfil their operations, build stronger security and safeguard their valuable assets.

Checkpoint’s industry-leading firewall technology gives users top network security and access control for data centres. Checkpoint’s hybrid data centre security solution unifies threat prevention and enables applications to be portable, in quicker response times and at a lower cost.

7. VMware

VMware builds software which streamlines hybrid cloud environments for the world’s most advanced organisations. The company has a comprehensive software portfolio to make sure businesses are more innovative, connected, resilient and secure. Through its public-cloud scale and performance, VMware supports customers and allows them to optimise and protect their businesses. 

VMware’s cloud infrastructure solutions offer cybersecurity software which are strongly beneficial for data centres, particularly in the defences against cyberattacks.

6. Juniper Networks

Juniper Networks is on a mission to build innovative products and solutions for the connected world. Juniper Networks is based in Sunnyvale, California, with over 9,000 employees across 50 countries and nearly US$5bn in revenue. Its customers come from across the top 100 global service providers and 30,000 enterprises, including the Global Fortune 100.

Juniper Networks ensures that data centre operations remain efficient and, above all, secure. Juniper Network’s software automates and validates data centre network design, deployment and operations. Its security solutions incorporate real-time threat feeds, machine learning and behavioural analysis to reduce sophisticated attacks. 

5. Symantec

Symantec protects the world’s biggest and most complex organisations with its Symantec Enterprise Cloud. In the age of hybrid working, this supports applications and data wherever employees work - from remote devices to cloud-deployed applications. 

As a respected cybersecurity provider, Symantec Enterprise Cloud provides data-centric hybrid security by creating, acquiring, integrating and extending cutting-edge cybersecurity technologies, by aligning with security frameworks, such as Zero Trust and SASE. 

Symantec is now part of Broadcom Inc., a software company based in San Jose, which modernises, optimises and protects the world’s most complex hybrid environments. 

4. Fortinet

Fortinet (‘Fortified Networks’) was founded by brothers Ken Xie and Michael Xie in 2000 and is based in California. The company supports education within cyber security across their Network Security Academy and FortiVet, a programme which recruits military veterans into cyber security and donates equipment to universities. Its leading product is its FortiGate line of firewalls, a development of the first product, released in 2002. 

The company is dedicated to further innovation of cybersecurity solutions, for businesses of all shapes and sizes. 

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3. Commvault

Commvault is a leader in cyber resilience, helping over 100,000 organisations to identify and recover from devastating cyber attacks, also helping businesses to keep their data safe and helping businesses to grow back stronger. Today, 

The cyber resilience offered by Commvault combines the best data security and rapid recovery at enterprise scale with advanced AI-driven automation.

Commvault is recognised as a reputable provider of cybersecurity services for the likes of data centres and it delivers top security in the data protection market. 

2. Palo Alto Networks

Global cybersecurity leader Palo Alto Networks is transforming the way people and businesses work together, through shaping the cloud-centric future with the most innovative technology. Palo Alto aims to be the top cybersecurity partner, solving security challenges with breakthrough AI technology, analytics and automation. 

Palo Alto is at the forefront of supporting businesses across clouds, networks and mobile devices. Palo Alto’s prevention-focused data centre security minimises complexity and provides protection for data and application workloads.

The company vision for the world is where every day can be safer and more secure than the one before. Its top cybersecurity can offer data centres this. 

1. Cisco

Cisco was founded in 1984, by a team of computer scientists from Stanford University, who dreamed of helping people to make powerful connections. Cisco’s networking and connectivity solutions allow digital factories to improve their security. Cisco’s networking solutions support the connectivity needed for secure cloud computing.

“We’re delivering the digital factory as a trusted partner for hundreds of manufacturing customers – and more than 50,000 customers across all industries, around the world,” said Liz Centoni, Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer and General Manager, Applications at Cisco.

This is why we included Cisco as one of our Top 10: Digital Factories

Cisco Secure Data Center offers solutions for physical data centres as well as public, private and hybrid cloud. Its proactive approach protects data centres with visibility, multilayered segmentation and threat protection. 

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