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December 28, 2012

"Meanwhile, feeling confident enough to expect boasting at the end of 2013, Zscaler Research predicts that that the New Year will see Microsoft finally dancing with the devil and paying for vulnerability information."

December 20, 2012

"Cloud-based security services provider Zscaler has released an implementation for Internet Explorer of the HTTPS Everywhere browser security extension."

December 19, 2012

"Version 0.0.0.1 of HTTPS Everywhere for Internet Explorer was released Monday and was developed independently of the EFF or the Tor Project by Zscaler senior security researcher Julien Sobrier."

December 19, 2012

"As the version number suggests, this is a very early release," Sobrier said Monday in a blog post. "I have been using the extension for several weeks without any problems, but it should be considered an alpha release."

December 18, 2012

The use of hotspots in airports, coffee shops, etc., is becoming more and more prevalent," Julien Sobrier, senior security researcher at Zscaler's ThreatLabZ, told eWEEK. "Anybody on such open wireless networks can spy on unsecure HTTP traffic to gather personal information and user credentials. The same problems occur for people using Tor. By switching to HTTPS, users keep their information and credentials safe.

December 17, 2012

"Cloud-based Internet security provider Zscaler on Monday released an early version of HTTPS Everywhere for Internet Explorer, a free tool that forces the Web browser to use HTTPS connection requests whenever possible."

December 14, 2012

"Enterprise adoption of Google's Android operating system is quickly catching up to Apple's iOS, according to ThreatLabZ, the research arm of cloud security company Zscaler."

December 10, 2012

"I received an invite to listen in on a webinar tomorrow by the folks at Zscaler. Featuring Rick Holland of Forrester, the webinar will focus on the bring your own device (BYOD) approach compared to the "here is your own device" (HYOD) approach."

December 05, 2012

"For starters, Russ noted that the app, Zscaler Application Profiler, helps consumers see what kind of information an app is collecting, and for what likely purpose."

November 28, 2012

"According to research released last year by Michael Sutton…He was able to fingerprint, or identify, one million Internet-connected systems. Many of those systems were embedded Web servers inside Web-connected photocopiers, scanners, and VoIP systems and weren't secured in any manner, such as requiring a username or password"

November 24, 2012

"With only four years of business under its belt, startup cloud security vendor Zscaler has already wooed major customers including La-Z-Boy and Telefonica under Choundhry's direction. The company also raised an impressive $38 million in first-time funding this August"

November 15, 2012

"With only four years of business under its belt, startup cloud security vendor Zscaler has already wooed major customers including La-Z-Boy and Telefonica under Choundhry's direction. The company also raised an impressive $38 million in first-time funding this August"

November 15, 2012

"You can use Zscaler Application Profiler, or ZAP, a free web tool by ThreatLabZ that promises to provide a quick and easy assessment of any Android or iOS app."

November 11, 2012

"Even though work-from-home scams are not new, Sobrier felt this particular campaign was "one of the biggest campaigns" due to the number of hijacked Websites. This campaign just illustrates how compromising thousands of Websites to redirect traffic to a malicious site can be "very easy, and very cheap" to do, Sobrier said"

October 31, 2012

"While malicious apps grab headlines and have a greater impact on overall risk, vulnerable apps are far more prevalent," said Michael Sutton, ZAP developer and VP, security research, Zscaler.

October 25, 2012

The mobile workforce is upon us. No matter where you go, powerful analytical tools remain at your fingertips.

October 23, 2012

"... cloud security vendor Zscaler $38 million in August 2012"

October 18, 2012

"If you're concerned about app security in your organization, or even just on your own smartphone, ZAP is worth checking out."

October 18, 2012

"Other big raises in Q3 include Zendesk, Nimble Storage, Zscaler,, Edmodo, DocuSign, and Jumptap"

October 18, 2012

"That analysis comes from Zscaler Application Profiler, or ZAP, a free Web tool that promises a quick and easy assessment of any Android or iOS app."

October 17, 2012

"What's happening behind the scenes is that ZAP is capturing and analyzing HTTP(S) traffic from any given app, the idea being to see if your data is being exposed and generating an overall risk score based on the analysis"

October 16, 2012

"According to Zscaler's ThreatLabZ division, 10 percent of mobile apps expose logins and passwords, a quarter leave personal information open for the taking and 40 percent communicate with third-parties that users may or may not know about."

October 15, 2012

"The mobile apps on your smartphone or tablet could be exposing your personal information and even your passwords, according to new research by Zscaler Inc., a cloud-based provider of Internet security for businesses."

October 10, 2012

"Zscaler's Application Profiler is an easy to use online tool where users can search the name of any iOS or Android app, and receive an instant assessment of its security and privacy risks, along with an overall risk score."

October 10, 2012

As Michael Sutton, vice president of security research at Zscaler, pointed out in a release: "App stores have strict guidelines about which logos and colors developers can use, yet application security remains largely unenforced."

October 10, 2012

"Zscaler, a secure cloud gateway solutions provider, has released results of analysis from its research arm, ThreatLabZ. It's not pretty. The study reveals that "up to 10 percent of mobile apps expose user passwords and login names, 25 percent expose personally identifiable information, and 40 percent communicate with third parties"

October 08, 2012

"In its recently released survey, Zscaler revealed that 10 percent of mobile apps leak usernames and password, 35 to 40 percent of mobile apps share personally identifiable information with third parties, and 60 percent of mobile apps share device identifiers or UDIDs."

October 02, 2012

"Being able to better control our privacy 'is a reasonable thing to ask for,' says Chaudhry. 'Consumers have to come forward with a common front.'"

September 28, 2012

"Targeted ads are harmless," says Jay Chaudhry, CEO of Zscaler, which provides Internet security services to companies. On the other hand, "they're a nuisance, because you're getting bombarded with things."

September 25, 2012

Michael Sutton, vice president of security research for Zscaler ThreatLabZ in San Jose, Calif., said many of IE 10's new security features are enhancements of what older versions offered

September 18, 2012

"So there are companies out there -- Zscaler, as an example -- where you don't have to have any solution on premises at all and you just go to a cloud environment. Zscaler is a pure play in that area."

September 17, 2012

The 3322.org domain accounted for more than 17 percent of malicious Web transactions worldwide in 2009, according to Zscaler, a computer security firm in San Jose, California.

September 17, 2012

"My vision for Zscaler is to become the secure solution for users everywhere. We've already built the world's largest security cloud with over 100 data centers, and currently secure over eight million users in 160 countries worldwide." - Jay Chaudhry

September 13, 2012

Past warnings by other online security firms have been ignored by Peng, according to Boscovich. 3322.org accounted for more than 17 percent of the world's malicious web transactions in 2009, according to Zscaler, a computer security firm in San Jose.

September 13, 2012

"3322.org accounted for more than 17 percent of the world's malicious web transactions in 2009, according to Zscaler, a computer security firm in San Jose, Calif."

September 10, 2012

"The four-year-old San Jose-based cloud security firm is the industry-first multi-tenant SaaS security provider."

September 04, 2012

Cloud security firm "Zscaler, once resistant to external investments, is priming itself for a $38; million windfall from investors"

August 31, 2012

Cloud-security provider Zscaler Thursday announced it has received $38 million in venture-capital funding, naming Lightspeed Ventures as a strategic investor but not the other venture-capital partners involved in the round.

August 30, 2012

"Cloud-security provider Zscaler Thursday announced it has received $38 million in venture-capital funding, naming Lightspeed Ventures as a strategic investor but not the other venture-capital partners involved in the round."

August 30, 2012

"San Jose, Calif.-based cloud security company Zscaler has raised $38 million from investors. Lightspeed Ventures is among the investors; other backers were not named. The company, which says it has been internally funded until this round, will use the money for development, as well as to expand sales and marketing."

August 30, 2012

"EMC Corp. (NYSE: EMC) was the main investor in the $38 million venture round for Zscaler, a San Jose-based cloud security firm, according to a source."

August 30, 2012

"Cloud-security provider Zscaler Thursday announced it has received $38 million in venture-capital funding, naming Lightspeed Ventures as a strategic investor but not the other venture-capital partners involved in the round."

August 30, 2012

Zscaler plans to use the money to expand its sales and marketing, and further develop its product. The company makes a cloud-based "check post" that scans Internet traffic and applies a business security policies as its employees accesses content and applications

August 30, 2012

Zscaler, a San Jose, Calif.-based cloud security company, has raised $38 million in its first round of outside VC funding. Backers include Lightspeed Venture Partners

August 30, 2012

The saying Trying to catch a cloud and pin it down is how many people feel about cloud security. But Zscaler believes it can actually do the job, and so does its first round of investors including Lightspeed Ventures, which just pumped $38 million into the company.

August 30, 2012

Jay Chaudhry built Zscaler with the goal of developing half a dozen security start-ups all under one roof, and doing it all without venture capital. But five years after its founding, the San Jose, Calif.-based security-as-a-service company has raised $38 million in its first round of outside funding.

August 30, 2012

Zscaler, a startup developer of multitenant security technology for cloud environments, on Thursday reported the closing of a $38 million round of funding, with the biggest investor in the round possibly being storage king EMC

August 29, 2012

Zscaler is done saying no to venture capitalists and has managed to raise $38 million in its first round of outside investment from Lightspeed Ventures. The company is offering a new form of security software designed to accommodate today's mobile workforce and delivered as a service.

August 29, 2012

Zscaler, a provider of cloud security services to small businesses, corporates and service providers, has raised a hefty $38 million round led by an unnamed investor, with participation from Lightspeed Venture Partners.

July 31, 2012

"Zscaler ThreatLabZ points out that there is also an Olympic-themed version of the ever-popular Nigerian 419 email scam circulating. So don't be surprised if you get something saying you've won a large sum of money through the Olympics Lottery and to collect you only need to share some personal information like a copy of your passport, phone number, full name, etc."

July 30, 2012

"Data released recently by Zscaler ThreatLabZ, the research arm of SaaS security provider Zscaler, revealed that Apple iOS has surpassed Google Android in BYOD enterprise usage, due in part to rising consumer use of iPhones and iPads"

July 29, 2012

"Zscaler wrote on Saturday of an uptick in the number of fake sites offering Olympic tickets."

July 29, 2012

"Currently, the volume of websites selling bogus Olympic tickets are on the rise," wrote Krishnan Subramanian of Zscaler.

July 29, 2012

"Currently, the volume of websites selling bogus Olympic tickets are on the rise," wrote Krishnan Subramanian of Zscaler.

July 29, 2012

Subramanian of Zscaler, wrote that one of websites examined sent data such as credit card information in clear text, a major security problem. Other sites examined were pay-to-click scams, a form of online advertising fraud.

July 29, 2012

"Currently, the volume of websites selling bogus Olympic tickets are on the rise," wrote Krishnan Subramanian of Zscaler. "These sites normally propagate their campaigns though unsolicited ad banners, popups, social networking sites and email messages."

July 29, 2012

"Samsung is unlikely to continue with plans to use AuthenTec under Apple's ownership, said Jay Chaudhry, CEO of Zscaler Inc., a computer security company."

July 21, 2012

"Security companies that have historically owned the lion's share of the enterprise market are losing deals to newer players like Zscaler"

July 19, 2012

This illustrates again that the private sector is increasingly getting involved in cyber-defense issues," commented Kapil Raina, director of product marketing at security firm Zscaler.

June 29, 2012

Google's Compute Engine is the latest offering in the IaaS arena, challenging competitors like Amazon Web Services and Rackspace. Google's sheer immensity, however, just about ensures that the Google Compute Engine will be a powerful presence, despite the daunting competition.

June 28, 2012

"An estimated 20 to 30 percent of worldwide consumers use Chrome. It is less popular in the enterprise, though, as workplace adoption usually lags consumer adoption of browsers, according to a March report by Zscaler. Just 5% of workers used the Chrome browser at the end of 2011, the report noted, compared with 19% of consumers."

June 27, 2012

"Fake Flash update notifications are old news, but users still fall for the trick. In the latest example unearthed by Zscaler's Julien Sobrier, one such notification delivers bogus browser extensions currently misused to make the author some money."

June 25, 2012

"Fake Flash update notifications are old news, but users still fall for the trick. In the latest example unearthed by Zscaler's Julien Sobrier, one such notification delivers bogus browser extensions currently misused to make the author some money."

June 23, 2012

A new scheme discovered by Zscaler experts begins with a shady website that displays a phony video window which urges users to install Adobe Flash Player in order to view a clip.

June 21, 2012

"[Andrew] Miller is an example of how criminals are chasing in on the value of access to corporate and government networks, Michael Sutton, vice president of security research at Zscaler, told SCMagazine.com. Hackers are increasingly targeting networks with "high-value intellectual property," as others will pay handsomely for the data even if it is not directly valuable to the attacker, Sutton said."

June 13, 2012

"Zscaler vice-president of security research, Michael Sutton, said that the company made the move to provide Cloud-based solutions as it felt that that is the future of the industry already being in an era where the workforce is already mobile."

June 13, 2012

"Another option is data loss prevention (DLP) technology, which can detect and stop data from slipping through exit points, such as email, instant messaging, thumb drives, file-sharing services, printers and malware. Zscaler offers a cloud-based DLP service that can help protect data on your network, in other cloud services and in mobile devices ($1 to $5 per user per month)."

June 06, 2012

"Users should take this warning seriously and change their passwords for LinkedIn as well as any other accounts that may be using the same password, said Mike Geide, senior security researcher at Zscaler ThreatLabZ"

June 01, 2012

Zscaler, a cloud security provider, has appointed Lane Bess (left) chief operating officer. He resigned in December as CEO of Palo Alto Networks after leading the start-up maker of next-generation firewalls to $100 million in revenue and a positive cash flow. Before that, Bess served as executive vice president of global sales at Trend Micro.

May 31, 2012

"Ever since it was launched, back in January 2012, Zulu, Zscalers real-time URL analyzer, has been used around 100,000 times, but in the meantime, the security company has been working on improving the product."

May 20, 2012

"No site is safe from hijacking," Sobrier wrote. "Personal websites and top-10,000 sites are all likely to be infected at some point." Zscaler's Julien Sobrier analyzed Alexa's list of the top one million Websites and found 621 were also identified as malicious on Google's Safe Browsing blacklist.

May 17, 2012

"Apple devices -- ever more popular in the workplace -- are about to become more popular with cyber criminals. That is one of a number of findings in security vendor Zscaler's Q1 State of the Web Report that should be unsettling to enterprises that permit employees to "bring your own device," or BYOD"

May 15, 2012

"No site is safe from hijacking, Sobrier added. Personal websites and top-10,000 sites are all likely to be infected at some point."

May 14, 2012

"Mike Geide, senior researcher at Zscaler ThreatLabZ, points to his firm's latest report on web transactions in the enterprise as a sign that fluctuating consumerization trends will force IT decision makers to evaluate their policies on a regular basis."

May 13, 2012

"According to Geide, many Zscaler customers set up guest wireless networks, as increasingly more companies seek to prevent personal devices from draining their networks or presenting security risks."

May 11, 2012

"Never, ever click on a pop-up window. No major, reputable site requires a pop-up to work or function, said Kapil Raina, director of product marketing at Zscaler, via email."

May 10, 2012

Zscaler ThreatLabZ, the research arm of SaaS security provider Zscaler, recently released data based on more than 200 billion first quarter transactions in its cloud, which serves global companies of all sizes. A transaction, as defined by Zscaler ThreatLabZ senior security researcher Mike Geide, occurs every time a file is accessed from a web server.

May 10, 2012

"While Twitter is downplaying the quality of the accounts posted online, the credentials do appear to be legitimate," said Michael Sutton, VP of Security Research at Zscaler ThreatLabZ."

May 10, 2012

I trust the five-star business-class hotels a bit more, but you never can tell what you're getting into. And so I found these tips emailed to me on behalf of Zscaler's Kapil Raina useful enough to share.

May 09, 2012

"Cloud security firm Zscaler's first quarter State of the Web security research report offers a glimpse at how the online environment is changing."

May 09, 2012

"Michael Sutton, vice president of security research at Zscaler's ThreatLabZ, noted that social networking credentials can become valuable currency in the cyber-underground and are often targeted by botnets and phishing campaigns."

May 08, 2012

"Facebook traffic inside enterprises has continued to fade according to Zscaler's latest State of the Web report for the first quarter of 2012."

May 08, 2012

"Cloud security provider Zscaler's report analyzing the Web activity of its enterprise customers during the first quarter of 2012 shows some interesting data about how organizations are and aren't using social networking."

May 07, 2012

"March saw a dramatic spike in web malware," according to Zscaler ThreatLabZ's State of the Web report for the first quarter of 2012."

May 07, 2012

"Having more devices and gateways into the home does increase the attack surface for consumers," Kapil Raina, director of product marketing at Zscaler, told TechNewsWorld."

May 05, 2012

"The cool thing is that after Zulu runs once, you can share the results with anyone without having to run the tool again."

May 05, 2012

For businesses, Macs, and iPads and iPhones which run on the iOS mobile operating system could be a problem, according to Mike Geide, senior security researcher at Zscaler ThreatLabZ.

May 02, 2012

Social networking behemoth Facebook is suffering due to limited access companies impose on employees while using the Web at work, according to Zscaler 's first-quarter 2012 state of the Internet report.

April 30, 2012

"VM sprawl--or the idea that a virtual machine can be easily created and then archived--means there are many virtual machines offline without security updates. Then, when these machines are brought back online, they can get re-infected very easily," said Kapil Raina, a director at Zscaler, via email.

April 18, 2012

"Like other security researchers, Sutton said users of Macs and other Apple devices need to understand that as those devicesnot only Macs, but also iPhones and iPadsbecome more popular with consumers and businesses, the number of attacks on them will also grow."

April 18, 2012

"While it's encouraging to see Apple taking steps to eradicate the Flashfake Trojan, theyare late to the party," Michael Sutton, vice president of security research at Zscaler ThreatLabZ, told Reuters.

April 18, 2012

"As the Mac becomes an increasingly popular computing platform, we will naturally see an increase in attacks geared toward the OS X platform," said Michael Sutton, vice president of security research at Zscaler.

April 16, 2012

"As the Mac becomes an increasingly popular computing platform, we will naturally see an increase in attacks geared toward the OS X platform, said Michael Sutton, vice president of security research at Zscaler", Despite Apple releasing three security updates to vanquish the Flashback trojan, some 140,000 machines remain infected with the data-stealing malware, according to estimates from security firm Symantec.

April 16, 2012

The number of Macs infected with the Flashback malware might be abating, but the damage to Apple's reputation within the security community could take longer to fix.

April 16, 2012

"Mac OS X [malware] today remains a small sliver of total malware currently in the wild, Sutton said. However, as the Mac becomes increasingly popular, the number of attacks targeting OS X will go up."

April 16, 2012

"We're aware of two versions [of the Trojan]," Michael Sutton, vice president of security research at Zscaler ThreatLabZ, told MacNewsWorld. "One version is exploiting an old stack-based buffer overflow vulnerability in Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) Word, while the other's targeting the same Java vulnerability used by the Flashback Trojan."

April 15, 2012

This latest wave of infections is a wake-up call to Mac users that their system is not immune to threats, Mike Geide, senior security researcher at Zscaler ThreatLabZ, said in an email after Apple released a patch to fix the flaw in Java April 3

April 12, 2012

Apple announced Wednesday a patch work to find and eradicate the worm "Flashback" which could have infected more than 600,000 Macintosh computers around the world.

April 12, 2012

"While it's encouraging to see Apple taking steps to eradicate the Flashback Trojan, they are late to the party," said Michael Sutton, vice-president of security research at Zscaler ThreatLabZ. Apple released the fix as a Java update that would detect and remove Flashback from infected computers on Apr. 12. This is the third update released by the company this week, as the first two closed the Java vulnerability that Flashback was exploiting to infect users in the first place.

April 12, 2012

"While it's encouraging to see Apple taking steps to eradicate the Flashback Trojan, they are late to the party, complained Zscaler ThreatLabZ security research VP, Michael Sutton."

April 12, 2012

"According to Zscaler, hundreds of thousands of enterprise users remain exposed to malicious attacks, due to the fact that they are running outdated versions of their third-party software."

April 12, 2012

"Zscaler ThreatLabZ senior security researcher Mike Geide offers tips to Mac users in wake of the Flashback Trojan affecting more than 600,000."

April 11, 2012

While it's encouraging to see Apple taking steps to eradicate the Flashfake Trojan, they're late to the party, Sutton said. Unfortunately, Apple has a long history of putting blinders on when it comes to dealing with security researchers.

April 09, 2012

"Mike Geide, senior security researcher at Zscaler, said in a statement that Mac virus should be a wake-up call for Mac users"

April 09, 2012

"Mike Geide, a senior security researcher at Zscaler, said that while he can't confirm Dr. Web's numbers, the conditions sound right for a malware problem of that scale." The virus should be a wake-up call to those who still think that their Mac is invulnerable to attacks like this, he said.

April 07, 2012

"This latest wave of infections is a wake-up call to Mac users that their system is not immune to threats," Mike Geide, senior security research at Zscaler ThreatLabZ, said in an email.

April 07, 2012

A lot of things happened at the same time, said Mike Geide, senior security researcher at Zscaler ThreatLabZ. There have been mass compromises of WordPress sites, and the controllers [for those hijacked websites] match the domain structure Doctor Web described.

April 06, 2012

"This latest wave of infections is a wake-up call to Mac users that their system is not immune to threats," says Mike Geide, senior security researcher at Zscaler ThreatLabZ.

April 06, 2012

"A lot of things happened at the same time," said Mike Geide, senior security researcher at Zscaler ThreatLabZ. "There have been mass compromises of WordPress sites, and the controllers [for those hijacked websites] match the domain structure Doctor Web described. That's been ongoing since at least early March."

April 05, 2012

"latest wave of infections is a wake-up call to Mac users that their system is not immune to threats," Geide said in an email.

April 05, 2012

"Mike Geide, senior security researcher at cloud security company Zscaler ThreatLabZ, warned of the importance of keeping your software up to date, no matter what OS you use."

April 05, 2012

"This latest wave of infections is a wake-up call to Mac users that their system is not immune to threats," says Mike Geide, senior security researcher at Zscaler ThreatLabZ.

April 04, 2012

"This latest wave of infections is a wake-up call to Mac users that their system is not immune to threats," Mike Geide, senior security researcher at Zscaler ThreatLabZ, said in an email after Apple released a patch to fix the flaw in Java.

March 30, 2012

Michael Sutton, vice president of security research at cloud-based security provider Zscaler, said the fake The Roar of the Pharaoh app for Android reflects the shift of malware authors to target the Android platform, whether smartphones or tablets. Fake game apps that are really Trojans are increasing and "this is a typical scam for Android now," he says.

March 28, 2012

Zscaler ThreatLabZ's research shows a prevalence of outdated Adobe Reader and Flash Player plugins, even among enterprise users, Mike Geide, the lab's senior security researcher, pointed out. In Q4 2011, 64 percent of Adobe Reader plug-ins used in the enterprise were outdated, he told TechNewsWorld.

March 26, 2012

The seized servers could help authorities pinpoint the identities of gang members named in the lawsuit, says Michael Sutton, research vice president at network security firm Zscaler. Microsoft should be applauded for expending considerable human and financial resources to at least put a dent in what has become one of the more prolific botnets out there.

March 26, 2012

Zscaler's Patrick Foxhoven discusses securing social media in the enterprise in this Radicati Group webinar.

March 23, 2012

'Hackers routinely create fake stores, and sometimes even compromise real ones in order to steal customer data. How can you protect yourself against these kinds of threats? One option: Install Zscaler Safe Shopping, a browser plug-in that warns you about fake and compromised online stores.'

March 22, 2012

Government Technology Magazine talks with Zscaler's Michael Sutton on various cybersecurity topics at the RSA 2012 conference.

March 21, 2012

Zscaler included in Radicati Group's 2012 Market Quadrant for corporate web security.

March 20, 2012

Zscaler has released the version for Internet Explorer of their Safe Shopping browser add-on. The product has already been available for Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and Safari, and now the company manages to be present in all popular web browsers on the market.

March 13, 2012

In the era of the iPad, it's impossible for a network to rely on traditional host-based antivirus. This from Michael Sutton, Vice President of Security Research at Zscaler, one of the earliest cloud-based security services.

March 09, 2012

The corporate Internet is a very different place these days, at least according to research done by cloud security vendor Zscaler's research arm ThreatLabZ. The report analyzes billions of Web transactions over Q4 2011

March 07, 2012

Mobile traffic during the fourth quarter of 2011 increased 85 percent, indicating a dramatic rise in mobile use, according to results from cloud security company Zscaler's fourth quarter State of the Web security research report.

March 07, 2012

Zscaler ThreatLabZ's "State of the Web" report analyzes enterprise Web traffic worldwide. The report reveals interesting trends as enterprises move more toward mobile and the cloud -- but perhaps more important, it reveals potential security holes in enterprise networks that desperately need filling.

March 07, 2012

Zscaler monitors 200 billion transactions from millions of business users across the globe traversing the Zscaler cloud.

March 07, 2012

Outdated browser plug-ins continue to be a leading attack vector, according to a recent Zscaler ThreatLabZ report.

March 06, 2012

Ingram doubled-down on cloud services this week by also signing a distribution agreement with Zscaler, a cloud security company whose CEO Jay Chaudhry recently made the case that cloud security solutions are killing security hardware appliances.

March 06, 2012

Trustwave, which has broadly built out its portfolio of security products and services over the last five years, has announced its plans to acquire M86 Security, adding email, Web application security and Web filtering technology to its lineup.

March 06, 2012

Michael Sutton, vice president of research at security firm Zscaler, presented evidence demonstrating that thousands of embedded web servers in devices such as video-conferencing systems remain unprotected. These can be remotely hacked with little effort, despite repeated warnings from security analysts.

March 05, 2012

Security firm Zscaler has released a tool capable of scanning networks to find embedded web servers that may be publicly accessible without any protections.

March 02, 2012

I think it's something that we should be concerned about. I wouldn't be surprised if 2012 is the year when we start seeing more cyberterrorism, said Mike Geide, a senior security analyst at security vendor Zscaler.

March 02, 2012

I wouldn't be surprised if 2012 is the year when we start seeing more cyberterrorism," said Mike Geide, a senior security analyst at security vendor Zscaler.

March 02, 2012

Loose restrictions in the Android SDK (software development kit) due to legacy issues let the app created by Gootee snoop on the smartphone's photo library, said Michael Sutton, vice president of security research at Zscaler ThreatLabZ.

March 02, 2012

I wouldn't be surprised if 2012 is the year when we start seeing more cyberterrorism," said Mike Geide, a senior security analyst at security vendor Zscaler.

March 02, 2012

"I think it's something that we should be concerned about. I wouldn't be surprised if 2012 is the year when we start seeing more cyberterrorism," said Mike Geide, a senior security analyst at security vendor Zscaler.

March 01, 2012

Over the past few years, researchers have repeatedly demonstrated how easily web servers that are embedded in devices such as multi-function printers and VoIP systems can be tracked down over the web; however, thousands of machines remain unprotected. At the RSA Conference, which is ongoing, Zscaler's Michael Sutton has provided further evidence that many embedded web servers (EWS) can be easily accessed by outsiders via the internet

March 01, 2012

Security companies RSA and Zscaler are collaborating to develop a new cloud-based solution to help secure access and identities in the cloud.

February 29, 2012

The solution will integrate RSA's Cloud Trust Authority and Adaptive Authentication with Zscaler's Cloud Security service, and will enable organisations to apply policy and control to identities both in and outside corporate networks.

February 24, 2012

Le groupe d'ing?nierie a choisi la solution Web Advanced Suite de Zscaler. du groupe Vinci et de Cegelec, rachet? en avril 2010.