The Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit
2019. The four-day long event is a hotbed for security companies to showcase their products, learn about innovations, and exchange ideas that shape the future of the security industry. This was perfect time and venue for us to announce the ColorTokens Xtended Zero Trust Platform.
With analysts from Gartner taking the stage, the conference was abuzz with conversations that ranged from security strategies to risk management to the challenges of meeting compliance among others.
The days that followed were exciting to say the least, as several security leaders and attendees came by to our booth to learn more about our platform. It was gratifying for us to have so many security industry professionals take an interest in the ColorTokens Xtended Zero Trust Platform. Considering the increasing sophistication of attacks and the spends required to mitigate risk, it was evident that taking a zero trust approach is the way forward. ColorTokens was born out of a vision to not only provide a robust security platform but also to simplify security across both on-premise and cloud environments.
To that effect, the revolutionary ColorTokens Xtended Zero Trust Platform is designed to be centrally managed through a single, unified console and pane-of-glass for simplified administration and control. The platform provides enterprises with:
- Visibility across data centers, branches and multi-cloud infrastructures
- Workload protection via micro-segmentation that can be done in just a few clicks
- Endpoint Detect and Response to protect end-points, servers and legacy/unpatched systems
Today, we can confidently say that we are one of the few security companies out there that are building a platform which can actually deliver on its zero trust promise while seamlessly integrating with existing security tools.
The Gartner summit was everything that we hoped for and are thankful to everyone who stopped by at the ColorTokens booth. If you missed us at the event, learn more about the ColorTokens Xtended Zero Trust Platform here
Last week saw the security industry come together at one of the biggest cybersecurity events in North America: