Do companies like CATO Networks go back and check previous traffic when implementing a new security feature?
Recently, a customer posed a very interesting question to us – If CATO Networks implements a new security feature because there is a vulnerability, do they also go back and look at previous traffic to check if it didn’t affect our network already? The quick answer to this question is yes, CATO Networks does go back and check previous traffic to ensure that their network wasn’t affected previously due to the threat thwarted by the development of this security feature.
CATO Networks is a leading provider of secure access service edge (SASE) solutions, with a strong focus on threat prevention. As such, they are always updating their security profile and refining their components to cover any loopholes that they spot. Threat prevention is a critical component of CATO Networks’ security strategy, as cyber threats continue to evolve and become more sophisticated.
Networking security can only stay reliable and secure if the product implemented is open to changes. The more threats that are thwarted, the more imaginative the threats get. Therefore, it is essential to stay vigilant and proactive in identifying vulnerabilities and implementing security measures to mitigate them. Threat prevention is a continuous process that requires ongoing attention and adaptation.
When CATO Networks identifies a new vulnerability, they immediately work to implement a new security feature to enhance their threat prevention capabilities. However, they also recognize the importance of checking previous traffic to ensure that no customers were impacted before the new security feature was put in place. By doing so, they can proactively identify potential threats and take the necessary steps to prevent them in the future.
In conclusion, CATO Networks takes a proactive approach to network security by continually updating and refining its threat prevention capabilities. This commitment to ongoing security is crucial in an increasingly complex and evolving cyber threat landscape.