Zscaler provides enterprises with the technology and expertise to guide them on their digital transformation journeys. With cloud security services that replace the traditional inbound and outbound gateways, we help organizations transform their network and security infrastructures from an appliance-based model to a modern, cloud approach, which allows them to take advantage of cloud agility, intelligence, and scalability—securely.
When was Zscaler founded?
Zscaler was founded and incorporated in 2007.
How many employees does Zscaler have?
Zscaler has approximately 1,600 employees worldwide (as of December 2019).
How much traffic does the Zscaler cloud process?
The Zscaler cloud processes 80 billion transactions per day at peak periods. For context, that’s 10-times the number of Google searches per day. Each day, the Zscaler cloud detects and blocks 150 million threats. That’s made possible due to the 120,000 unique security updates applied to our cloud each day.
How many customers does Zscaler have?
Nearly 4,000 customers have trusted Zscaler to help them securely move to the cloud. Zscaler customers include government agencies, educational institutions, and enterprises around the world in a multitude of industry segments. More than 400 companies in the Forbes Global 2000 organizations and more than 100 of the Fortune 500 are Zscaler customers.
What industries does Zscaler serve?
Zscaler’s global customer base spans a wide range of industries, including:
2 of the top 3 conglomerates
5 of the top 7 beverage companies
4 of the top 7 oil and gas operations
6 of the top 12 food retail companies
3 of the top 4 apparel and accessories companies
6 of the top 10 household products and personal care companies
The company’s headquarters address is:
120 Holger Way
San Jose, California 95134
For the locations of our other offices, visit our contact us page.
Is Zscaler technology patented?
Yes. Zscaler has been granted more than 100 patents, with many more patents pending.
Has Zscaler been recognized as a leader by industry analysts?
Zscaler has been named a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Secure Web Gateways for nine years in a row. Zscaler has also received the following recognition:
Best Security Cloud Solution – SC Magazine
Leader, Web Content Security – Forrester Wave
Emerging Technology Vendor – CRN Magazine
Best New Product – CEO
Cool Vendor – Gartner
Market Leadership – Frost & Sullivan
What is the Zscaler Cloud Security Platform?
The Zscaler Cloud Security Platform is a service built from the ground up for performance and scalability. Based on the SASE framework, the Zscaler globally distributed architecture delivers platform services at the edge so that users are always a short hop to their applications. And, by peering with hundreds of partners in major internet exchanges around the world, Zscaler ensures optimal performance and reliability for your users.
Because Zscaler is delivered as a service from the cloud, there is no hardware to buy or manage, and it is always up to date. The Zscaler platform includes the following Zscaler products:
Zscaler Internet Access (ZIA) delivers the outbound security stack as a cloud service. ZIA includes secure web gateway, cloud firewall, cloud sandbox, next-gen firewall, data loss prevention, advanced threat protection, and more, all delivered from the cloud. With services such as bandwidth control, SSL inspection at scale, SD-WAN security, and simple, one-click configuration for Office 365 deployment, ZIA is everything you need to secure every connection between users and the applications they access over the internet.
What is Zscaler Private Access?
Zscaler Private Access (ZPA) is a new approach to secure remote access that’s based on a software-defined perimeter (SDP) model. A fully cloud-delivered service, ZPA ensures that only authorized users have access to specific private applications by creating secure segments of one between a user and an app. More than a VPN alternative, ZPA eliminates the attack surface and enables you to support multicloud environments simply and securely.
What is Zscaler B2B?
Zscaler B2B is a unique solution that reduces the attack surface introduced by customer-facing applications that are exposed on the internet. Built with the fundamentals of a service-initiated zero trust network access (ZTNA) architecture, Zscaler B2B enables authorized customers to view applications, based on business policy, without ever exposing the apps to the Internet where they are often attacked.
What is Zscaler Digital Experience?
The Zscaler Digital Experience platform measures end-user experience for every single user within your organization from every device that they use—without the need to deploy multiple point products. It gives you a single pane of glass to identify performance issues, whether they are due to the end-user device, network path, or the applications that users are accessing.
How does the Zscaler platform differ from other security technologies?
Zscaler is a custom-built for the needs of today’s cloud- and mobile-first world. Backed by the world’s largest security cloud, the Zscaler platform delivers unprecedented scalability and performance. The Zscaler Cloud Security Platform:
Is built on a native, multitenant, cloud architecture that scales dynamically with demand
Features a proxy-based architecture for full inspection of encrypted traffic at scale
Brings security and policies close to the user to eliminate unnecessary backhaul
Delivers zero trust network access that restricts access to provide native application segmentation
Provides an invisible attack surface that doesn’t expose your networks and source identities to the internet, preventing targeted attacks
Does Zscaler offer service bundles?
Yes, many companies begin their cloud transformation journeys by layering Zscaler services over their gateway appliances to close security gaps created by mobile users and those connecting direct-to-cloud. Other organizations begin by securing internal apps in the data center and cloud while providing access for remote users without VPN technology. Learn more on our Plans and Pricing page.
What is ThreatLabZ?
ThreatLabZ is the embedded research team at Zscaler. This global team includes security experts, researchers, and network engineers responsible for analyzing and eliminating threats across the Zscaler security cloud and investigating the global threat landscape. The team shares its research and cloud data with the industry at large to help promote a safer internet.
Does Zscaler offer a hybrid solution?
The Zscaler Cloud Security Platform is a 100 percent cloud-based architecture that scales dynamically with demand and was custom-built for a cloud- and mobile-first world.
What is Zenith Live?
Zenith Live is the world’s only event dedicated to secure digital transformation, with one summit held in the United States and one held in Europe.
Does Zscaler offer training and certification?
Zscaler offers a comprehensive array of training for our partners and customers. Zscaler training is designed to give you the skills to use Zscaler to its fullest extent and to maximize your Zscaler investment.
Does Zscaler have a partner program?
Zscaler partners with leading technology companies, system integrators, service organizations, and others that can help Zscaler support its customers’ digital transformation needs. Visit the Zscaler Partner Program page to learn more.
Does Zscaler participate in industry events?
Yes, Zscaler executives and experts can be found at events around the world that are focused on cloud security and digital transformation.
Where can I learn more about the Zscaler platform and offerings?
Check out our Resources section, where you can find solution briefs, white papers, data sheets, case studies and more.
Do you have content geared toward architects?
The Zscaler Cloud-First Architect community features content for architects, developed by architects. In this community, Zscaler experts share insights and best practices to help architects with the various aspects of their cloud strategy. The community tackles high-priority issues, such as scaling SSL/TLS, implementing a software-defined perimeter (SDP) for zero trust, and designing for a multicloud environment.